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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

Patient Involvement

We meet every month with the surgery’s Patients Participation Group to inform them of the research studies we are doing at the surgery.
The PPG have are very supportive in helping us to get research information out to our patients and giving practical support and feedback to us.

 

International Clinical Trials Day

This year we will be celebrating ‘International Clinical Trials Day’ during the week of 15th May 2017 when we will have an exhibition in the reception at Penntorr.

On Thursday 18th May Nicola Donlin (Lead Research Nurse) and Lisa McEleny (Research Assistant & Study Coordinator) will be available to talk to patients about research at the surgery. There will be the opportunity to take part in ‘The Chocolate Trial’, a bit of fun to explain a clinical research study. We will also be holding a ‘Name the Teddy’ competition.

Come and speak to some of our patients who have been taking part in research and find our what they thought of their experience.

Patient Experience

Kate Atkinson, the Chair of our Patients Participation Group, was recently featured in the Clinical Research Network magazine. We would like to thank Kate for sharing her experience of being in a research study. Please read her interview below.

Kate Atkinson Interview

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