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Bank Holidays

Please be aware 

The Rame Group Practice is closed on all Bank Holidays.

In the event of a life threatening medical emergency please call 999

If you require medical advice that cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please call NHS 111.

FLU Clinics - The practice will be holding drop in clinics for flu immunisations. Please click here

WARNING - Have you had your shingles vaccination? You will no longer be eligible once you are aged 80 years old. Please see here for full eligibility criteria.

Please see current vacancies HERE

Studies

At Rame Group Practice we are currently taking part in a number of important research studies. Some of our past and present studies include:

• Diabetes
• Respiratory
• Flu
• Arthritis
• Impetigo
• Ear pain in children
• Dementia
• Fibromyalgia
• Cardiovascular


If you are interested in taking part in one of our research studies, please contact the surgery and ask to speak to Nicola, our Lead Research Nurse or Lisa, our Research Assistant & Study Coordinator who will be happy to have a chat with you. Or if you prefer, then please mention to the Dr or Nurse you are seeing that you are interested in research and they will ask Nicola or Lisa to speak to you.

Remember, it is OK to ASK about research.

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To find out what other clinical research studies are running : www.ukctg.nihr.ac.uk (national database held by National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) which is the research arm of the NHS) or www.nihr.ac.uk


Please have a look at the Research Noticeboard at both Penntorr & Millbrook surgeries. We aim to advertise as many research studies as possible and the board will also keep you up to date with our news.

Our electronic noticeboards, at both surgeries, also have some research information so keep your eye on them while you are waiting for your appointment!

We also aim to tell you about our research on our new Research Newsletter which we aim to produce every quarter. You will find one on the noticeboard and we will also leave them on the waiting room chairs for you to read.

 
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