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This year we have joined forces with Metro Radio to support Mission Christmas which is a fantastic charity supporting children who are living in poverty all over the North East. The Grove Medical Group is an official drop off point for this years campaign, collecting toys and gifts for children aged 0-18. These gifts must be unopened and not in wrapping paper. Donations are being accepted until 13th December.


FLU SEASON!

We have a walk in clinic on Saturday 23rd November 8.30am - 12pm.

If you have missed our clinics and need an appointment, please call the surgery.


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The Surgery will be closed from 12pm on the following afternoons for staff training

    • Wednesday 20th November 2019

    • Tuesday 10th March 2020 


Cancellation of Baby Clinics

There will be no baby clinic on Wednesday 20th November 2019 and Wednesday 20th March 2020 due to staff training.


For medical assistance when the surgery is closed please dial 111 or visit your local pharmacy. For Urgent medical attention dial 999


 

Community Midwives

Alison and Caroline are attached to the practice and provide care to expectant mothers throughout pregnancy and post-natal period.

Alison Gibson (f)
Caroline Swindlehurst (f)

Community Nurses

The Community Nurse team is run by Tina Douglas, they are attached to the Practice.  They provide nursing care to patients in their homes.

Most of the Community Nurses’ work takes place in people’s home during periods of short and long-term illness.  They will visit you (and your family if appropriate) to discuss and plan the care you need.  They work closely with your GP and other local specialist nurses, e.g: Macmillan nurses; therapists; podiatrists; Social Services – e.g support workers and voluntary services – who may contribute to your care.

The nurses can obtain specialised equipment, including continence products, to help with daily living.  They also undertake health home screening and health promotion to help you stay healthy with guidance on weight, smoking, alcohol and all aspects of keeping healthy throughout life.

Sister Tina Douglas (f)
Nurse Beverley Miles (f)
Nurse Rebecca Darby (f)

Health Visitors

The Health Visitors, Susan Young and Maria James , are based at the The Kenton Centre and are involved in the healthcare of patients, especially with prevention and health education. 

They are supported by a Nursery Nurse, Kelly Serginson in home visits, baby clinics and developmental checks.

Health Visitors focus on children but have a wide remit and will be happy to discuss any concerns you may have regarding you and your family’s physical and emotional well being.  They can be contacted at the Kenton Centre on 0191 2826320 .

Maria James (f)
Susan Young (f)

Attached Staff

Mental Health Team

We have a team of specialists in mental health problems such as anxiety, panic attacks, stress and depression.  They are able to see our patients at the surgery following referral by a GP.

Counsellor – Roger Sykes.

Primary Care Navigator

A Primary Care Navigator can talk to patients about their needs and concerns.

They can help to establish if there is any additional support we can offer.

The support offered by the PCN cannot help with medical issues or hospital referrals for further care.

They can however help with social issues like loneliness and isolation as well as issues concerning mobility, mental health, welfare, diet/exercise, financial and volunteering.

Primary Care Navigator - Kiranjeet Singh

 
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