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From January 2nd calls will be coming back into The Mandeville Practice and WILL NO LONGER be routed through the GP Access Centre.

We ask please for your patience during this time of transition as our staff will be handling a much higher volume of calls than over the past year, and it is during a very busy time of year immediately after the Christmas and New Year holidays. Many thanks.

To all Patients,

Please note that we will be closed on the following dates all afternoon for staff training, re-opening the following morning:

Tuesday 14th March, Tuesday 25th April, Tuesday 16th May, Thursday 15th June, Wednesday 12th July, Tuesday 12th September, Wednesday 11th October, Thursday 16th November, Thursday 11th January 2018, Tuesday 20th February 2018, Tuesday 13th March 2018.

Click here for full details of the dates scheduled.

Many thanks,

Non-English Speakers

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