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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

 

We have 4 GP partners. We also occasionally use locum doctors to support the clinical team. 

The surgery participates in the training of doctors for General Practice. The trainees are fully-qualified doctors and will have had experience of hospital posts before joining us. Some will also have had previous experience working in General Practice. These doctors work under the supervision of the partners in the practice.

Doctors

Dr Janet Mager-Jones (f)

MB, ChB (Sheffield 1987), DA, MRCGP 2014

GP Partner

Dr Terence S Mulligan (m)

MB, BCh (Johannesburg 1992)

GP Partner

Dr Rachel M Gallyot (f)

MBChB, DRCOG (Manchester 1996)

GP Partner

Dr Alison L Shearman (f)

MBChB (Bristol 2008), MRCGP, DFSRH

GP Partner

 

Dr Louise Clifford (f)

Dr Louise Clifford is currently on maternity leave but will be returning to the surgery in January 2017 for 2 months.  She is an experienced doctor and is in her final year of GP training.

GP Registrar

 
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