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East Bridgford Medical Centre2 Butt LaneEast BridgfordNottingham, NG13 8NYTel: 01949 20216
BMedSci (Hons) BMBS MRCGP DRCOG
Mr Andrew Whincup joins us as Practice Manager. Previously based in Suffolk he has a wealth of commercial business experience as well as practice management experience.
Andrew is now committed to the vision of the Practice which is to deliver excellent clinical outcomes with safe, well led care to our population of patients and to be an effective first choice provider. Your views and comments are always welcome and Andrew will review all of them personally as he is passionate to continue and improve the way in which East Bridgford Medical Centre delivers its healthcare provision.
Our Midwives are based at Cotgrave Health Centre, and usually see our patients here at the medical centre. When you register with the midwife you will be given a pack with all of their contact telephone numbers.
The District Nursing team are based at Bingham Medical Centre. The nurses will visit patients at home when they are unable to attend the surgery. Care may range from basic post-operative wound care through to palliative care for those terminally ill who opt for home treatment. The service includes a full comprehensive assessment of the individual’s needs, supply of equipment, and if appropriate, referral can be made to other agencies. They can be contacted at Bingham Medical Centre.
Health Visitors are based at Bingham and can be contacted via Bingham Medical Centre.
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