To view our winter newsletter please click Newsletter Winter 2015.
If you have a recent problem with your eyes – such as sore eyes, red eyes or visual disturbance – you can be assessed and treated by your local Acute Community … [continue] Local – Acute Community Eyecare Services (ACES)
Winter Wellness Toolkit
What is self care? The continuum illustrates the sliding scale of self care in the UK, starting with the individual responsibility people take in making daily choices about their lifestyle, … [continue] The Self Care forum
Antibiotic resistance is one of the biggest threats facing us today. Why it is relevant to you: Without effective antibiotics many routine treatments will become increasingly dangerous. Setting broken bones, … [continue] Will you be an Antibiotic Guardian ?
The St. Luke’s Patient Participation Group (PPG) is concerned with the provision of health services to patients of St Luke’s Surgery. The PPG aims to: help patients of St Luke’ … [continue] New Patient Participation Group Suggestion Box
From October 2015 we will be running a trial of a patient texting service – initially in relation to flu vaccinations. If you DO NOT wish to receive text reminders please let … [continue] Text reminders
REMAINING FLU CLINICS 2015 Saturday 14th November 2015 We will be offering this clinic for patients eligible to receive the flu vaccine on this date. These are walk in clinics … [continue] WALK IN FLU CLINICS 2015
Our new Assistant Practice Manager, Patricia Lemos, started with us in May 2015. She will be assisting the Practice Manager in many aspects of the day to day operational side … [continue] New Assistant Practice Manager
We are pleased to announce that Dr Sahel Hamedi will be joining St Luke’s Surgery in April 2015 as an associate GP. Dr Hamedi has been with the surgery for … [continue] Staff changes
St Luke’s is a training practice and so often has trainees working here who are fully qualified doctors, but are taking on additional training to become a GP. Our current … [continue] GP Registrars:
Medical research helps to improve the health and wellbeing of the the population, and St Luke’s Surgery is pleased to take part in high quality medical research. We have been … [continue] Research at St Luke’s Surgery: