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Click here for our consultation times and the days our doctors work.

Practice Nurses and Healthcare Assistant

A nurse is in attendance during surgery hours for general nursing duties, including attention to wounds and dressings, removal of stitches, blood tests, swabs, ear syringing, routine blood pressure checks, injections and immunisations (including travel vaccinations).  Both Jan and Deborah are also trained on long term condition management. They will see patients for annual reviews with regards to Diabetes, Breathing illnesses, Kidney disease and heart disease.   

Our healthcare assistant is available to take blood, blood pressures, suture removal, healthy lifestyle advice, smoking cessation follow up appointments, diet advice and MOTS every weekday by appointment only.

Extended Opening Hours

Manor Park Medical Centre does open outside of out normal working hours to enable patients that may work or find it difficult to attend in working hours. To find out when our next out of hours clinic is please call our reception team.

Please note: These consultation slots are particularly provided for people who work and find attending the practice difficult during working hours, but can be used by anyone (although if you can attend during the day, we would appreciate being able to keep the early morning and Saturday morning appointments open for those who need them). Home visit requests made before 06:45 to 08:00 on Thursday and Saturday mornings will be referred to the Out-Of-Hours service, and not the practice.    

Cancellations

If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else. We have an answer machine available for you to leave your detail of the cancellation for your convenience, just follow the options on our telephone line.

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