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December 2017

Our December 2017 newsletter is now hot off the press and ready for perusal! We constantly strive to improve communication with our patients and this newsletter is one of four per calendar year which will be distributed on a quarterly basis, via email; on our website (www.drstocktonandthompson.co.uk); and at the reception desk. We hope you find the information contained useful and we appreciate any comments or feedback.

The newsletter is distributed by email to all patient's whom we have a valid email address for - if you haven't received an email, please contact the surgery to check and/or update your contact details.

Best wishes

The Surgery Team


November 2017

Well done to those members of staff who braved the cold and competed in the Movember 5k run - and some of their children, who ran the 1k kids race - at Heaton park on Sunday 19th of November, which raised money and attention for this fantastic mens health awareness charity. Not quite sure who the two monkeys and Xmas pudding were but they kept following us around!!!!

Movember gang Movember - Glyn and kids Movember Lou and Pete  Movember - Pete Glyn and Zeb

 

Chaperone Policy

The Practice has a Chaperone policy which is designed to protect both patients and staff from abuse or allegations of abuse and to assist patients to make an informed choice about their examinations and consultations.

It may be the case that your clinical issue requires an intimate or personal examination and clinicians (male and female) will consider whether this is justified, or whether the nature of the consultation poses a risk of misunderstanding. 

The clinician will give the patient a clear explanation of what the examination will involve and if he/she would like a chaperone to be present then this will be arranged.

As a patient you can always request to have a chaperone present if you wish.

 
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