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The Health CentreQueen StreetJedburghRoxburgshire, TD8 6ENTel: 01835 863361
MB, ChB (Edinburgh 1987), DRCOG (UK 1992), MRCGP (UK 1992)
MB, ChB (Aberdeen 1988), MRCGP (UK 1992), DCH (Glasgow 1990) ACFP (UK 1992)
MB, ChB (Aberdeen 2006) MRCGP (UK exam passed 2012)
MBChB(Edinburgh 2007), BSc (Edinburgh 2004) MCEM (UK 2013), MRCGP (UK 2016)
MB ChB, MRCGP (2006) PGDip Pall Med, DGM
Doctors Mitchell, Dorward, Savory, Robertson and Barker work in partnership using the business name of “Jedburgh Medical Practice”. We engage locum doctors to help maintain our service to patients. We are not a GP Training Practice.
Practice Nurses are employed by Jedburgh Medical Practice and provide services for:
Asthma, Blood Pressures, Casualties (when Treatment Room Nurse and Community Nurses are not available), Cervical Smears, Child Immunisations, Cholesterol Checks, Contraceptive Injections, Coil Fittings (with GP), COPD, Diabetes, Flu, Health Promotion, Healthy Heart Advice, Hypertension, Lung Function Tests, New Patient Assessments, Travel Clinic, Well Man Advice, Well Woman Advice, Travel Clinic.
When asking for an appointment to see a Practice Nurse, please provide your medical receptionist with brief information about the reason for your appointment so that you are given an appointment in the appropriate clinic.
Our Practice Nurses wear uniforms and name badges while on duty.
The morning Bloods Clinic involves the taking of blood specimens and runs from 08:30 to 10:45. Blood pressures are not done during these clinics. Absence cover is provided by Practice Nurses.
The role also includes Blood Pressure review clinics, Cryosurgery (warts) New Patient Reviews and recall of patients who require periodic reviews for e.g. chronic medical conditions.
Our Phlebotomist wears a uniform and name badge while on duty.
Practice Manager/Feedback and Complaints Officer
Our office staff undertake a wide range of reception and admin tasks. Full job rotation is practised and staff rotas are designed to maximise service.
Our Medical Receptionists are trained to ask relevant questions so that the appropriate medical response can be provided.
Our reception staff wear uniforms and name badges while on duty.
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