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Longton Grove Surgery value continuity of care. Please book your appointments with your usual doctor where ever possible. Thank you

When parking at the surgery please consider our neighbours by parking respectfully. Please do not block driveways or park in our loading bay. Thank you.

ALL PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS TAKE 72 HOURS TO PROCESS (THIS DOES NOT INCLUDED WEEKENDS AND BANK HOLIDAYS). PLEASE TAKE THIS INTO ACCOUNT WHEN ORDERING REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS.

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Please note that we are a training practice so you may be asked to see a registrar or F2. These members of the team are fully qualified doctors but are undergoing rotations or GP training. All F2 and registrars are supervised by one of the other GPs in that day.

Nurses

Sister Marion Snelling (f)

Marion, our Nurse Prescriber, is our Lead Practice Nurse. She runs travel immunisations, baby immunisations, heart disease prevention, asthma/COPD, diabetes, womens and teenage sexual health clinics and cervical cytology clincs, along with our other Practice Nurses Helen and Bev.

Women aged 25-49 years should have a smear test every 3 years and women aged 49-64 every 5 years. You can make an appointment via the Receptionist to see the nurses.

Sister Helen Robbins (f)
Sister Bev Hemmens (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Mrs Suzanne Thorne (f)
Miss Tina Snelling (f)

Our Health Care Assistants (HCAs) are both qualified to level 3 NVQ.  They take blood for analysis including INR; blood pressure readings; dressings; suture removal; NHS Health Checks; onward referral for weight management. You can make an appointment via the Receptionist to see them.

 
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