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Winter Newsletter

NEW FOR JANUARY ...

  • MEDITATION COURSE - Classes will be held on a Wednesday at 2pm – 3pm with Marie.

Suitable for all ages and fitness levels, classes last an hour including warm up.

Meet in the waiting room of the surgery.

Queen Camel Medical Practice 01935 850225

Please register your interest NOW and ask to speak to Marie for more information.

  • QUEEN CAMEL HEALTH WALK  Wednesdays at 10.30am

For patients only

Join us for walks in and around Queen Camel and the surrounding Villages. Walks will last around 30 to 45 minutes

For more information contact: Julia Booth, julia.booth@southsomerset.gov.uk 01935 462462

www.southsomerset.gov.uk/healthwalks

Practice Closure For Staff Training

We will be CLOSED on Thursday 30th January from 12.30 - 17.00 for staff training.

We will be open again between 17.00 - 18.30. 

 

Newsletter - January 2020

Please take a look at our new newsletter.  We would like to e-mail this out to our patients so if we don't have record of your e-mail or need to check if it's still up to date, please let reception know so we can add you to our mailing list.

 

Winter Newsletter

 

CQC Inspection

Thank you for the overwhelming support and positive comments that we received.  We are very pleased that we were good in all domains.  For more information please click on the link below.

 

Accountable GP

All patients have an accountable GP.  If you have any doubt as to who this is please contact the surgery on 01935 850225.

Friends and Family Test

Please take our friends and family survey

 

Comments & Suggestions

If You have a suggestion as to how we can improve our service please either leave a message here or contact the Practice Manager Mrs Linda Bickerton.

 Send us Your Comments and Suggestions 

  

Would you like a say in the provision of services here at Queen Camel? If so, click here to find out more.

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