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Access to a GP over the Christmas and New Year Holidays

From 22 December can access a GP service on the bank holidays as well as weekends and evenings (6:30pm until 8:00pm) by phoning 111.

 This service is available when your GP practice is closed.

Cervical Screening Test Results - there is currently a delay of up to six weeks for results so please allow time for the results to be sent before chasing. Thank you. October 2017

NEWSFLASH - There will be no DROP-IN CLINIC on Tuesday, 24th October or Wednesday 25th October 2017, we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Dr Helen Hollis leaves GFMC - We are sad to announce that Dr Helen Hollis will be leaving the practice in December to take up a position in Sneinton. She has been a much valued member of the team since the practice opened and will be missed by us all. We wish her well in her new venture. We are however pleased to announce the arrival of Dr Jill Jones one of the practice partners who will be transferring over to GFMC from January 2018. Dr J Jones is a highly experienced GP who will be a valuable addition to the team at Grange Farm Medical Centre.  Nikki Wood, Practice Manager. 19th October 2017

In future, we will text or email you non-sensitive information to keep you informed, please ensure that we have the correct mobile and email details on your records. Thank you, GFMC

How to Safeguard Children from Sexting? Take a look at this safeguarding guide to help better protect our children. Safeguarding Children from Sexting

GFMC no longer accepting requests for repeat prescriptions over the telephone from 1st September 2017.

For more information CLICK HERE   13th June 2017

GFMC Sign up to Safety

For more information click on  the Press Release below:

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17th May 2016

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