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NOW REGISTERING PATIENTS FROM OUTSIDE OUR CATCHMENT AREA
We are now able to register patients that live outside of our normal catchment area.
This is ideal if you work near the practice or spend a lot of time in the area.
Please note you will have access to the full range of services that we provide at the practice, however please note we are unable to offer you home visits.
Please ask our Reception staff for more information.
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