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The Doctors and Staff would like to wish our patients a very Happy & Healthy New Year and thank all of those who have sent in lovely cards and gifts during the holiday period, they have all been very much appreciated.

Christmas Jumper Day - December 2018  - our annual collection this year raised £126.15 which we have passed on to the Dementia Cafe to help to continue with this service - thank you to all who contributed, very much appreciated.

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Why is it useful to get a dementia diagnosis?


The Practice Participation Group had a recent presentation about Dementia and the resources available to patients in Worcestershire if they develop this condition.


If you are worried about your memory or you have concerns about the memory of a family member or someone you know getting a further assessment is really important.


Not all memory difficulties are the result of dementia but detecting this condition early matters.


Please arrange to discuss your concerns with the GP at the surgery for further advice.


The GP will listen to your concerns and may carry out some simple memory tests and investigations. Referral to the Memory Clinic at Kidderminster may follow.


Remember once a diagnosis is made help can be arranged.


Finding out allows treatment to be offered and gives the dementia sufferer and their family access to help and support.


Thank you


Chaddesley Corbett Surgery

Jo Practice Manager has chosen The Alzheimer's Assoication as her nominated charity for this year and is walking from London to Brighton, 100 km, in 24 hours at the end of May 2017 - if you feel able, please donate to this good cause,  thank you

January 2017



Future of the Acute Hospitals, follow the link - January 2017

MAY 2016 - Worcester Wellbeing hub


MARCH 2017

"All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working in the Chaddesley Corbett Medical Practice in the last financial year was £30,099 before tax and National Insurance.  This is for 1 full time GP, 3 part time GPs and 0 locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.”


March 2016

’All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g.average
pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working in The Chaddesley Corbett Surgery in the
last financial year was £47,884 before tax and National Insurance. This is
for 2 full time GPs, 1 part time GP and 0 locum GPs who worked in the
practice for more than six months.’’





Dr Wilkie and the team are happy to announce that we have recruited two new partners to join the practice. The new partnership comes in to effect on 1st April 2015. I am sure you will all welcome Dr Bramble and Dr Evriviades to the surgery and the village.

Dr Bramble was born in Wolverhampton and grew up in the neighbouring village of Dodford. She attended the University of Birmingham Medical School before training as a GP on the South Worcester Vocational Training Scheme. She has worked in Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Droitwich, Worcester and Thirsk and has gained experience in a variety of specialties including Paediatrics, Gynaecology, Accident and Emergency as well as general medicine and surgery. Dr Bramble has particular interests in Care of the Elderly, Women's health and contraception, she has extra qualifications in Women's health and Contraception and is able to offer the provision of contraceptive coils and implants.
Dr Bramble is married to a GP and they have two daughters. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her young family and walking in the countryside with her dog.
Dr Bramble is returning to Worcestershire after two years at a rural practice in Thirsk, North Yorkshire. She is very much looking forward to joining the team at Chaddesley Corbett Surgery.

Dr Evriviades studied medicine in Manchester, and subsequently undertook postgraduate training in Manchester, Nottingham and Leicester. She gained a wide range of clinical experience, including medicine, surgery, orthopaedics, intensive care and accident and emergency, and completed her training in General Practice in Shropshire. She has worked in the West Midlands for the last five years.
She is married to a surgeon, and they have four young children. She maintains a keen interest in the breadth of medicine, and has special interest in Dermatology. She also offers minor surgery.
Outside of working hours, Dr Evriviades enjoys spending time with her husband and children, outdoors as much as possible. She also likes to run, and hopes to improve on her half marathon personal best this year.
Dr Evriviades is delighted to be joining Chaddesley Corbett Surgery, and is looking forward to being part of the team


3 March 2015




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