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3 Rawnsley Road, Rawnsley, Cannock, Staffs, WS12 1JFTel: 01543 877 842
Rawnsley Surgery have introduced a new text messaging service to help patients with Appointment Reminders, Cancelling Appointments and Health Campaigns. Can you please ensure that you inform a member of the Reception Team of your mobile telephone number as soon as possible? Thank you.
State Exam Med. Germany
Postgraduate Diploma in Clinical Dermatology - Distinction
MBChB, MRCGP London, DRCOG (Diploma of Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology London), FRACGP Australia.
Dr N Fadhil has specialist interest in Women and Child Health and Elderly Care.
Sara is our Nurse Practitioner and is available to see patients. Sara can diagnose, make appropriate referrals and is an independent prescriber of medication.
Helen is our Practice Nurse and offers the following:
Healthcare Assistant responsible for new patient health checks, phlebotomy, blood pressure checks, wound care and Flu vaccinations.
Niamh is our Practice Manager responsible for the day to day running of the Practice, ensuring that our patients receive the best possible service.
Normally your first point of contact with the surgery, receptionists are responsible for booking appointments, checking in patients, dealing with telephone enquiries and other associated administrative duties.
Our experienced receptionists are Jan, Kate, Sue, Julie, Elaine and Niamh who will help you with any enquiries or bookings.