Welcome to Our Surgery
We are a group practice of six GPs who look after patients living in and around North Walsham.
Each doctor provides a full range of medical, maternity, contraceptive, minor surgery and child health surveillance services.
The GPs are on the minor surgery and child health surveillance lists.
We aim to provide patients with a friendly, efficient service with a high standard of care, and welcome ideas that will improve our service for our patients.
If you are unable to make an appointment, please let us know. Over the course of May we lost just over 15 hours of appointment time across 72 appointments due to patients not showing up for their appointments.
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Dr McIntosh thanks the Paston surgery patients for their concern during her leave from the surgery.
This was due to the sudden death of her husband.
She asks that you continue to respect her privacy and her wishes not to discuss this sensitive issue during the consultation.
Thursday 16th August - Planned computer downtime
The addition of an extra firewall to the surgery network will leave the surgery with little to no access to the NHS computer network between 8.30am and 9.30am on Thursday 16th August.
We have been assured that our system will be down for a maximum of one hour, and we may well be up and running way before this. We will find difficulty in completing medical consultations and booking appointments during this time. Dispensing may well also be effected.
We have selected the earliest slot possible to make sure all of the required work is completed as quickly as it can.
Please be aware the Surgery will be closed on Bank Holiday Monday the 27th of August
We will be back open as normal on the Tuesday, and book on the day appointments will be available then in place of the missing Monday.
When We Are Closed
When the surgery is closed and you need urgent medical assistance, please dial 111.
This is a free phone number from both landlines and mobile numbers.
Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.
In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains, Signs of a Stroke or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
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(Site updated 16/07/2018)