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BBC Health News
Quarter of GP posts vacant within a decade in England, study warns
30 Jun 2022 00:51
Researchers say findings are sobering, with shortages in England predicted to top 10,000 by 2030-31.
Breast cancer: 'I knew my body wasn't right'
30 Jun 2022 06:30
A mother of three who is living with breast cancer says her outlook is worse due to a late diagnosis.
Dame Deborah James: Cancer campaigner dies aged 40
29 Jun 2022 09:10
The 40-year-old host of You, Me and the Big C was diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016.
Archie Battersbee parents win appeal to reconsider case
29 Jun 2022 16:40
The High Court had ruled Archie Battersbee was dead and doctors could end life support treatment.
NHS App to offer video consultations by 2024
29 Jun 2022 01:04
Users will be able to receive messages from their GP and see their medical records, the government says.
Covid-booster response hope for most vulnerable
28 Jun 2022 00:51
A break in taking a common immune-suppressing drug could improve how well vaccines work, a trial suggests.
About Abridge Surgery
Our service will deliver safe, high quality services, providing excellence at all times.
To ensure that all patients and their carers have a positive experience.
To provide our patients with an environment which is comfortable, relaxing and friendly.
To understand the needs of our patients and involve them in decision-making about their treatment and care.
To operate on a financially sound basis.
To ensure that all staff have the competency and motivation to deliver the required standards of care.
To ensure that all members of staff have the right skills to carry out their roles competently.
To respond positively to feedback from our service users, their families, other health and social care professionals and our own staff.
To continuously seek ways in which our services can be improved