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Noticeboard

13th October-

'We would like to thank our patients for their understanding and patience during our change of computer systems. We still have a lot to learn and would appreciate if you bear with us over the next few weeks. We are hoping to resume full service shortly and commence our new on-line patient access for booking appointments and ordering prescriptions by mid November.'

4th October - Practice Notice Please Read Below!

15th September- 2017 Flu Clinic

30th August- Changing Clinical System- How will it effect our patients?

 8th August - New Premises Pharmacy

1st June - Development progress on the new surgery

4th May -  Structure of the new practice building is now underway

28th March- It's definitely started!

March 2017 -  New Churchdown surgery premises finally goes ahead!

2016 - First Notification of new premises

Clinical research and trials

ResearchResearch

Churchdown Surgery participates in clinical research which helps in maintaining and improving patient care. A doctor or nurse may talk to you about a particular research study and ask whether you would be interested in participating; you may be sent information through the post if we feel you may be a suitable participant- or you may read information about a current study in the waiting room or on the surgery website and wish to take part by contacting your GP. 

All clinical research is thoroughly checked and approved by ethical committees to ensure that it is appropriate and safe to perform. You will always receive clear information about what taking part in a research study would involve. Your participation is entirely voluntary and can be withdrawn at any time. You are under no obligation to participate in any research project and your care will not be affected in any way if you decided not to take part. 



 
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