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Please be aware that from May 1st the time to ring and order your prescription has changed to between 2.00 - 4.00 pm.

Prescription Ordering Times

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Information and Updates for Summer 2018

‘Weardale Practice are in the top 10% nationally…’ 

"from NHS England Primary Care web tool site - For latest available year 2012/13, Weardale Practice was a High Achieving Practice, therefore in top 10% nationally, one of only 3 in for the 42 practices in the Durham Dales Easington and Sedgefield locality. The assessment covers around thirty standards which include performance in patient satisfaction , diagnosis, prescribing and admission rates." 

The Dragon Boat Race was cancelled for safety reasons on Sunday 29th July due to high winds. It is to be rescheduled for Sunday 23rd September 2018. 

The above event has now been cancelled altogether by The Rotary Club.

The Practice team will arrange to take part in an alternative challenge. 

Watch this space for further information.

Thank you for all the generous sponsorship so far. 

 For updates on our chosen charity for 2018 please go to our Practice Charity Page.

For update on Transport, please go to our Patient Transport Page.

 Whats on in July?

Whats on in July?

Children's Health Information

Child Health App

Child Health Useful Links

Durham Dales Out Of Hours Services

Improving Services for Dementia Patients

 

SMS Services

Do we have your correct mobile number?

Have we got your permission to use it?

If so we would like to be able to text you reminding you of appointments and be able to cancel appointments

All in a bid to reduce DNAs!

For further information Please speak to a member of staff today!

 

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