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Welcome to a new year at Reynard and White House Surgeries 

Dr Hopkinson and all the staff wish you a very happy and healthy New Year! Thank you to all our patients for their warm wishes and gifts. 

Please don't forget that it is not too late to protect yourself against seasonal influenza. People aged 65 and over, those living with a long-term health condition, pregnant women, main carers and some young children are entitled to a free flu vaccination. If you have an underlying health condition you are more susceptible to flu and if you catch it you are more likely to end up in hospital. In order to prevent a 'flu pandemic, it is important that as many eligible people are vaccinated !

Contact your GP practice or pharmacy and get protected. 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE DISPENSARY AT WHITE HOUSE SURGERY 

The White House Surgery Dispensary, Mildenhall, has now closed. The Surgery is still open for all normal appointments with the Doctors and Nurses and you can collect your medication from The Reynard Surgery, Red Lodge. We apologise for any inconvenience. 

If you have any questions please contact 01638 750074 for more information. 


We need you!

                             Join our Patient Participation Group (PPG)

We believe that the provision of good healthcare depends on cooperation between the provider (us!) and service user (our valued patients), and we are expanding our Patient Participation Group. Your opinion matters, and you can make a positive contribution to the services we provide. If you are interested in joining our PPG, please contact the Surgery and leave a message for Jess or Judith.

Even if you do not wish to join a formal group, we are always interested in hearing your opinions and ideas about how we can improve our service to you. 

Speak to our reception staff today for more information. 

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