from Sharon Unwin – Practice Manager
The surgery is getting an increased level of patients requesting telephone appointments. Please make it as easy as possible for the GP’s to get hold of you and keep your mobile/land line telephone to hand. If you do miss the call you will need to phone reception and book another telephone appointment.
If you are travelling abroad this summer please remember to check if you need any travel vaccinations. You can book an appointment with one of our nurses who will be happy to check for you. If you need a Yellow Fever vaccination this can be done at the surgery but there is a charge for this vaccine.
Please respect our Disabled Parking bays at the surgery and only use these if you hold a blue badge.
Monday Morning Surgeries
Monday mornings are extremely busy times for both surgeries. Please try to phone the surgery after 10am with routine matters.
Out of hours cover
Please remember to phone Urgent Care Cambridge on 111 if you require medical attention when the surgery is closed. Please remember that Accident & Emergency is intended for life threatening conditions or if you are likely to need an X-ray.
Carers Support Meetings
Our next meetings are being held on Wednesday 5th April, Wednesday 3rd May and Wednesday 7th June. Please feel free to pop along and get some free support and advice.
Cambridgheshire Hearing Clinics
The next hearing Aid Clinics will be held at Willingham Surgery on Wed 19th April from 2-4pm, Wed 17th May and Wed 21st June. No appointment necessary, just pop in for your free NHS hearing aid batteries and for help and advice regarding hearing loss.
The Foot Care Clinic at Willingham Surgery is every Monday and some Wednesday mornings. For appointments please telephone 01480 301337 or 07807 505534.
Relate at Willingham Surgery
Relate offer counselling for couples or individuals and have appointments on Tuesday mornings from 10.30 to 12.30. For more information or to book an appointment please telephone Relate on 01223 357424.
Dr Hunt Is Moving On
Dr Hunt has enjoyed nearly 17 years at Willingham Medical Practice and is now looking forward to a new challenge. He is moving to a smaller GP Surgery where he will be able to teach medical students and be involved in medical research. His last working day here will be Thursday the 20th of April.