Dapdune regrettably announces that Dr Kathryn Osborne will soon be leaving the practice ...
Her last working day is Wednesday 19 September 2018.
Dr Osborne’s patient list will be allocated between the partnership, however patients are kindly reminded that they are able to book an appointment with any GP if and when necessary.
Dapdune House Partners and staff wish Dr Osborne and her family well for the future.
Dr David Eyre-Brook and Dr Allison Jump will be retiring in November ...
On Friday 16th November 2018, Dr David Eyre-Brook and Dr Allison Jump will be retiring.
Dr Eyre-Brook will have worked for over 40 years and Dr Jump for over 25 years in General Practice at Dapdune.
Their patient lists will be allocated between the partnership.
We wish them all the very best in their retirement.
If you would like to write a few words to wish them well, please ask at reception for the retirement message book.
Finally, patients are kindly reminded that they are able to book an appointment with any GP if and when necessary.
Dapdune achieve the Green Impact for Health bronze standard award for 2017/18 ...
Dapdune house is working with the Green Impact project supported by the Royal College of General Practitioners to improve sustainability and the carbon footprint of the surgery and have been awarded the bronze standard award for 2017/18.
Our telephone lines are now open all day during normal surgery hours
Did you know? Our surgery is also open for pre-booked appointments on Mondays and Thursday evenings from 6.30pm until 8pm
Do you want an appointment with a Doctor or a Nurse?
Did you know that our nurses can deal with:
- Dressings and blood test
- Injections (including holiday vaccinations
- Many chronic diseases (Asthma, COPD, Coronary Heart Disease, Diabetes, Hypertension & Hypothyroidism
- Cervical smears & HRT
For these problems/treatments, we would ask you to book an appointment with a nurse, not a GP.