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Important Update to Old Trafford Medical Practice:

On Thursday 12th July we will be changing our clinical system from TPP SystmOne to Emis. From Thursday 5th July we will switch off our access to online services such as online appointment booking and online requests for prescriptions. 

No prescriptions will be issued on Thursday 12th July. Please ensure you allow for this when ordering your medications.

All prescriptions will be paper prescriptions from the period Thursday 5th July until at least our go live day of Thursday 12th July.

On Thursday 12th July we will close at 1pm and re-open on Friday 13th July at 8am. 

On the morning of Thursday 12th July we will only be offering same day appointments.

Our team will have received full training for this new system, however your patience would be gratefully appreciated during this transitional period.

Nurses

Sister Louise Prodhan (f)

RGN, RM, BS

Sister Prodhan is a Nurse Practitioner who is able to diagnose and manage minor ailments. She has extensive experience in long term condition management, particularly diabetes, CHD, respiratory problems and women'shealth including implants.

louise

Sister Thuy Naughton (f)

RGN, RM

Sister Naughton has extensive experience in long term condition management, particularly diabetes, respiratory problems, women's health and immunisations for children, adults and travel.

Sister Michelle Saxon (f)

Healthcare Assistants

Rose Southam (Assistant Practitioner) (f)

Rose has appointments for asthma and diabetes reviews, smoking cessation advice, blood pressure & weight checks and a comprehensive new patient/well person check for patients joining the list.

Sandra Scrimshaw (Health Care Assistant) (f)

Sandra has appointments for blood pressure & weight checks and a comprehensive new patient/well person check for patients joining the list.

 
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