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Newport SurgeryFrambury LaneNewportSaffron WaldenEssex, CB11 3PYTel: 01799 540570
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We occasionally have medical students attached to the practice for short periods. If you do not wish to have a student present during your consultation, please inform the reception staff prior to seeing the doctor.
Our Practice Nurses perform all aspects of treatment room work including chronic disease management, health promotion, family planning, minor illnesses and travel clinics.
Our Healthcare Assistants are responsible for taking blood as authorised by the doctors and ensuring regular transportation to local hospital laboratories. They also carry out healthcare duties including ear syringing and ECGs.
Sandra is responsible for the administration of the practice. She would be pleased to hear your views and suggestions regarding the service offered by the practice. Should you have any problems, please do not hesitate to contact her.
Our team of district nurses are responsible for the assessment of nursing needs and delivery of nursing care in the home to all age groups.
To contact them, telephone 01279 827524.
Our dispensers dispense medication for our patients under the supervision of the general practitioners. Trained receptionists may assist them at busy times.