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Dr Tudor will be retiring as a partner of Church Street Surgery on 30 September 2017.  He will be returning in November as a visiting GP but will not be available for any telephone or surgery consultations.  Patients who usually have Dr Tudor as their named GP will be transferred to Dr Alan Pestridge and Dr Aditi Pandit (f).  However if you see another doctor in the practice please let reception know and we can change your named GP to one of your choice.

Dr Gates will be returning to our Bewdley Site at the end of September 2017 after spending the last 12 months at Church Street.  We now delighted to have a new GP partner Dr Mary-Ann Bowen - all patients currently registered with Dr Gates will be transferred to Dr Bowen - however if you see another doctor in the practice please let reception know and we can change your named GP to one of your choice.

Home Visits

Doctor's bag

Here at Church Street Surgery we have a designated Home Visiting Service.  Your visit request will be triaged and signposted to the most appropriate clinician - this maybe a GP, an Advanced Nurse Practitioner or a member of our Community Nursing Team.

Home visits are a concession reserved for patients who are genuinely too ill or house bound to visit the surgery and are based on clinical need and at the discretion of the doctor.  It is not the right of a patient, relative or carer to demand a visit.

If you need a home visit please let us know before 11am, stating clearly the name, age, address and telephone number of the patient and the nature of the problem.  Lack of transportation is not a reason to request a visit.  One of the members of our Home Visiting Team may call you back to discuss the reason for your request and they may offer a mutually convenient appointment at the surgery or give advice over the phone.

Most people can travel a short distance to the surgery in a car without any adverse effects to their health.

Please DO NOT "give it until lunchtime" or evening before deciding that you feel that a home visit is necessary.

 
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