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Primary Care Network

We have recently joined a Primary Care Network (WGGL) - working with the following local GP Surgeries:

The Long Melford Practice

Wickhambrook Surgery

Glemsford Surgery

Clare Guildhall Surgery

Suffolk GP Federation

 For more information please click  Here

Staff at Glemsford Surgery Support Awareness of Sepsis with Get Red-Day For Sepsis

On Friday 19th July staff dressed in red to support the UK Sepsis Trust and to raise awareness of Sepsis for staff and patients.  Please take a few moments to look at our display in the Waiting Room.

Photo of Sepsis Awareness

Pharmacists

Miss Annabel Davey

Our Pharmacists play a key role in providing quality healthcare.  They are experts in medicines and will use their clinical expertise together with their practical knowledge to advise you on common problems.  If you are taking several medicines our Pharmacist offers a detailed consultation called a Medicines Use Review (MUR).  You can discuss the medication, when you should be taking it and any side affects you might be concerned about.  MUR’s are done in a private consultation room and are free.

Community Midwives

A team of midwives help look after our pregnant patients in Glemsford.  They arrange antenatal classes, and also visit mothers and babies after delivery. The midwives arrange their own appointments, please be aware that Midwives are not employed by the Practice. If you need to contact the midwives, they are available 08:00am – 17:00 seven days a week on the following contact number: 01284 712851.

Community Nurses

A team of district nurses based in Sudbury look after our patients who are housebound and need nursing care and those requiring post-operative wound care and regular dressings. Please contact the surgery who can liaise with the district nurses on your behalf, although please be aware that these staff are not employed by the Practice.

Health Visitors

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.
 
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