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Please read Latest Practice News for more information on the following items: -

* November 2014 Launch of Memory Support and Memory Cafes

*Patient Survey now open

* New Telephone System & Number 01509 410800

* Text Messaging Service

*GP Changes

* SCAM!!!

* Multiple Text Message Alerts - Known bug

* Missed Appointments

* NHS 111

* Patient Survey 2013-14

* Fundraiser Update

*MMR Catch-up Campaign

*Loop System

*Smoking Cessation

 

*Chicken Pox - Isolation

 

*Hearing Aid Batteries

 *Patient Participation Group 

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Changes to requesting Gluten Free Food Prescriptions 
We are implementing a new system for requesting new Gluten Free foods.  If you require any new product which is currently not on your repeat prescription please click here to print and complete the form with the brand and quantity required and return it along with your repeat prescription. Please click here to see the guidelines for suggested quantities.

 

Welcome to Quorn Medical Centre

Quorn Medical CentreWe hope to use our surgery website as a way of presenting all our patients with an up to date resource for all information relating to our practice. We will keep it current with any news, developments & details that are relevant to the practice & our patients.

A history of the practice

Quorn Medical Centre was purpose built in 1986 and extended in 1992. It is a modern building with access and ground floor consultation facilities for disabled people. There is parking available on the large public car park adjacent, with the specified disabled parking in front of the building. The clock and stone furbelows on the Medical Centre are retained from the original building on the site.

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