Village Information Poster for NOVEMBER 2017

 

The darker nights are here – so why not join one of our daytime groups?

 

Walking Football – Stroke & Disability Group – Knitting Group -

Art & Therapy Group - Walking Groups –www.meashamdoctors.co.uk

 

Dementia Singing Group This new group will start in January and will meet twice each month on Tuesday afternoons in Measham Church Hall. This will be for patients who have Dementia, and also for their carer. We now need four volunteers who will be on hand during these sessions to help the Group’s Music Therapist (serving tea, joining in with some of the activities, etc.). If you can help, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Carers’ Support Clinic - Measham Medical Unit

Are you a patient at this surgery? Are you a carer seeking a listening ear?

Do you need information, advice and support about your caring role?

As a carer you will have the opportunity for a confidential, one to one appointment with your local independent Carer Advisor here at Measham Medical Unit

Appointments available 9am – 4pm. Clinics will run on the 2nd Thursday of the month, starting on Thursday 9th November

To book an appointment call the surgery on 01530 270933 or book at reception.

The Norton Village Fete will be held at Norton House Farm from noon on Saturday 8th July
We hope to see as many villagers as possible at the fete.
 
There will be live music, a barbecue, cream teas, coconut shy, a skittles competition, and several displays and trade stalls where you can buy a variety of products.
 
Gopsall ice cream will have delicious home made ice cream to help you cool down.
 
The fete also hosts our annual dog show, which is always very popular with dog lovers.
There will be both pedigree and novelty classes, and an overall best in show.
The show is held under kennel club regulations, and is kindly sponsored by A A Henton & Son (Stell Fabrications) Ltd.
 
The fete raises money to help us run and maintain our village hall, and there will also be fund raising on the day for our church and air ambulance service.
We appreciate your support and if you are new to our village it's a great way to get to know other residents better.
We look forward to seeing as many people as possible on the 8th July, and we thank the Vero family for once again allowing us to hold the fete at their farm.
 
The fete will run from noon until 5pm.

MEASHAM MEDICAL UNIT

Village Information Poster for MAY 2017

The Medical Unit is closed for staff training on Wednesday afternoon 10 May.

 

Did you know ....? Some interesting figures for the month of March.

Our Doctors and Nurse Practitioners saw 4567 patients:

* 1312 of those patients were seen in our morning surgery and a further 738 as emergencies.

Our Clinic Team saw 1744 patients:

* 890 of these had blood tests and our practice nurses saw 934 patients.

* 59 children were immunised; 59 patients received antenatal care.

That’s a total of 7363 patients seen at the Unit in March.

 

Morning Surgery: Our morning surgery is not an emergency surgery; it is a surgery for dealing with one new acute problem that needs attention that day. It is not for ongoing or multiple problems which are much better dealt with in a booked appointment.

Summer Tea Parties: Starting next month, the Patient Participation Group will be organising a number of Summer Tea Parties in various locations in the MMU catchment area. These will give an opportunity for people to meet informally; to learn a little more of what the Practice can offer; and to find out what additional activities would be welcomed to encourage self-care.

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15 Mar 2016 09:46 - Super User
NJT Defibrillator

We now have a Public Access Defibrillator

This is for emergency use, and may save someone's life.

 

 

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22 Jan 2016 13:02 - Super User
Pavement Cleanup

Please clean-up after your dog

16 Oct 2015 10:11 - Super User
Play Area Repairs

The play area has now been repaired.

The gate has been replaced.

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