Disabled Access

Both surgeries have been adapted to accommodate the needs of disabled patients. Park and St Francis sites have been fitted with electronic doors, accessable to wheelchair users. The reception counters have lowered areas to improve access to people unable to use the higher main counters. There are disabled toilet facilities on every floor and a lift is available to reach the consultation rooms on the 1st floor at St Francis surgery.

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We want to be able to offer information about services to all of our patients. Please inform the surgery if you, or someone you care for, has a disability, impairment or sensory loss, so that we can ensure any information is made availible in the most appropriate and accessable format.

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