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Access for the Disabled
The surgery has been designed with safety and convenience in mind. Access is easy and there is a toilet for the disabled. (Please ask at Reception for the key.) Please leave the roadway by the entrance clear so that it may be used for picking up and setting down point by elderly and disabled.
Babies and Children
There are changing facilities for babies and our receptionist will find a quiet area for you to feed your baby upon request.
Please supervise children and keep them within the Waiting Room at all times - surgeries are dangerous places for unsupervised children.
Our three partner Practice has a current patient list size of approximately 12,000.
As well as Yate the Practice area includes the old market town of Chipping Sodbury adjacent to Yate and a branch surgery in the village of Badminton, seven miles from Yate. Over 20% of our population are "rural practice".
The Practice population has above average number of young families and children and a proportionately lower number of elderly patients.
We have a number of local nursing home commitments.
We have a full Primary Health Care Team including District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwives and Practice Nurses.
All members of our Primary Health Care Team are Practice based creating an excellent working environment.
We aim to provide the highest standards of modern medical care while preserving the best traditions of family practice.
Our purpose built Surgery building has been providing medical care to the local community since April 1990. It is extremely well equipped with ECG machine, defibrillator, cryo probe and ultra sound scanner used for basic maternity work.
The Practice is fully computerised, and our system is continually being upgraded and expanded. The Internet is increasingly used for research and reference purposes, and of course for this new web site.
We undertake to ensure that the Practice premises are kept in a clean, tidy manner and that all areas of the Surgery are cleaned daily to a high standard.
All exits and fire procedures are clearly displayed.
Facilities are provided for changing babies.
Access is easy for the disabled and there is a toilet for the disabled. The key can be obtained from reception.
Please leave the road outside near the the entrance clear so that it may be used for a picking up and setting down point for elderly and disabled.
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