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Colwall SurgeryStone DriveColwallMalvern, WR13 6QJTel: 01684 540323
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Our practice nurses see patients by appointment and are responsible for much of the annual reviews and follow-up care for management of chronic illnesses such as:
They can give advice on a wide range of general health issues and offer the following:
Our Health Care Assistant see patients by appointment for:
The Practice is always committed to providing relevant information to people who use its services and the following methods will be used to provide this information:
If you require information on a specific topic and are unable to find it, please ask a member of our Reception Team, who will do their utmost to help you.
Specimens being sent to the laboratory must be at surgery before 11:30 am. Please request the correct container from reception along with instructions for returning specimens.
If you have been to surgery and had any tests sent to the laboratory, please will you ’phone the surgery for the results. It would be helpful if you could ’phone after 2.30 pm for your results.
Dr. Brennan performs minor surgical procedures on Wednesdays. Only certain minor procedures are undertaken, including, biopsy or excision of skin lesions, cautery of warts, excision of small cysts and joint injections. Arrangements can be made only after seeing Dr. Brennan in surgery.
If you have had an outpatient appointment at the hospital and you would like to know if the Consultant has written to us, will you please telephone after 3:00 pm, and we will be able to tell you if a letter has been received by the GP. Most Consultants send a letter to the GP within 2 weeks of the appointment (unless they are awaiting further test results).
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