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Thursday 9th November


We would like to sincerely apologise to our patients who were trying to contact us during our closure afternoon. The Surgery was closed for training as per guidance from the CCG. We had instructed our telephone provider to change our answerphone message, and provide a mobile telephone number for one of our GPs, so patients who needed urgent medical attention could contact them. Unfortunately despite confirmation and assurance from our provider earlier in the day, the message was not changed until late in the afternoon. We can only apologise for the inconvenience caused. Should you like to discuss this matter further, please contact the surgery and leave your details. Our Practice Manager will contact you.

Community Midwives

Ivy Team - 01223 596212

The Midwives work alongside Dr Suter Tuesday afternoons at the Ante Natal Clinic at Willingham Surgery and at Longstanton Surgery Wednesday mornings.  They are also available via the Rosie Hospital on 01223 217629.  The midwives work with the doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby in the first few weeks after birth. They also run antenatal classes in preparation for parenthood.

Community Nurses

01223 726469

The District Nurses visit and provide nursing treatment and advice to the housebound. 

Health Visitors

0300 029 50 50

The Health Visiting Team are based at our Longstanton branch surgery and visit all mothers and babies after birth and later contacts take place as necessary.  They provide health visiting services for families with children 0-5 years of age. 

Attached Staff

Social Services – 0345 045 5202

Home Support in a variety of situations can be arranged through the doctors, community nurses or by directly contacting Social Services on 0345 045 5202  

Options for:       

  • Child & Family
  • Blue Badge
  • Adult Social Care
 
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