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MacInnes Medical CentreTel: 01698 860246
Calderbank SurgeryTel: 01236 767704
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Dr Hazelton is working as a locum within the practice
Senior Health Care support worker
Senior Healthcare Support Worker
Senior Health Care Support Worker
Mrs Kane is Assistant Practice Manager
Receptionists provide an important link for patients with the practice and are your initial contact point for general enquiries. They can provide basic information on services and results and direct you to the right person depending on your health issue or query. Receptionists make most of the patient appointments with the GPs and nurses. They also perform other important tasks such as issuing repeat prescriptions and dealing with prescription enquiries, dealing with financial claims, dealing with patient records and carrying out searches and practice audits.
A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
Occupational Therapists are health professionals who help people with a range of health problems and long-term conditions to manage everyday activities (occupations) that matter to them. This includes activities
at home - dressing, bathing, housework, cooking, hobbies
at work – including paid work, volunteering, education and carer roles
in the community – driving or using public transport, shopping, socialising, being physically active
If you have noticed any changes in your ability to carry out everyday activities, you can ask to see the occupational therapist in the surgery. See ‘Further Information’ section for details.