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At times our receptionists will need to ask for further information in order to decide how best to help you. You may be reassured that anything they hear about or see is held in strict confidence. Nothing may be divulged to anyone outside of the surgery team, even a close relative, without your permission. The receptionists must work within surgery guidelines, so occasionally they may not be able to do exactly what you want but they will always do their best to help you. We value our staff and ask you to be courteous towards them.
Kerry Williams is our practice-attached midwife who is responsible for all aspects of maternity services including antenatal care and postnatal visiting. She runs an antenatal clinic on Wednesday afternoons and works closely with the doctors in the practice who run clinics on various days. Antenatal care is delivered in partnership with the doctors.
The district nursing team work closely with the doctors and other members of the Primary Healthcare Team delivering nursing services in the community for housebound and chronically ill patients.
Lucy Foster is our health visitor for children under school age; she is based at Evesham Community Hospital and is available for advice on all aspects of childcare and development.
She is the first point of call for any issues parents may be experiencing raising their children.
Lucy can be contacted on 01386 502053 or 07590 0485712
Home visits are arranged as required. Clinics for developmental checks and immunisations are held jointly with Dr. Townshend.