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NEXT HALF DAY CLOSURE:

Tuesday 14 November from 2:00pm. We will reopen on Wednesday 15 October at 8.15 am

If you require repeat medication during this time, please send your request to the surgery by 10:30 am Friday 10 November 

 

If you require medical advice when we are closed please call 111

Calls to this line are free of charge

 


FLU CLINICS NOW AVAILABLE FOR BOOKING:

Saturday 7 October

Saturday 4 November


PATIENT GROUP

Learn to Save a Life!’ Emergency First Aid Training

Emergency first aid training workshop in Alrewas: learn how to use a defibrillator, CPR and emergency first aid. Open to anyone over 11 years old.
Venue: Village Hall
Date: 7 December 2017
Time: 7-9 pm 
Cost: £3 per person
 
Call    Alrewas Surgery on 01283 790316 (after midday)
Or
Email   AlrewasDefibFund@Outlook.com
Please let us know by 24 November if you would like to attend.
 
Public access defibrillators save lives

 

Research

Alrewas Surgery takes part in high quality medical research. The practice is part of the local Primary Care Research West Midlands North and we are accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) . The network is funded by the Department of Health to undertake research to improve health care.

What does this mean for you?

You may be invited to take part in a research study. Whether or not you take part is entirely up to you, and the decision you take will not affect any of your medical care.

Your medical records and how they are used

We may be asked to share information we hold in medical records as part of the research. There are strict measures in place at the practice and with the researchers to keep your records confidential. The way in which we do this is set out in the leaflet "Use of your medical records". A copy is available at the surgery.

 

 

 



 
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