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St Johns Surgery

Improved Access Survey

The CCG would like patients to complete this online survery on improved access. Please click the link below to take part;


West Norfolk Deaf Association

A lady from the West Norfolk Deaf Association is now holding a clinic every first Thursday of each month. 

She does the following;

- Explain how hearing aids work and how they should be looked after

- Help to explain the instructions patients receive from the hospital

- Assist with the process of learning to fit the ear mould in the ear correctly

- Supply and replace batteries

- Replace faulty or old tubing

- Clean the hearing aid and ear mould

- Repair breakages and provide spares for hearing aid parts, such as ‘elbows’

- Diagnose faults and repair faults where possible

- Advise on the next route of referral, if necessary

- Provide information on assistive equipment for people with hearing impairment, as supplied by Adult Social Services and make referrals for the patient to receive this equipment

- Demonstrate the latest equipment for people with hearing loss, allowing them to trial the equipment

- Give information about other organisations who may be able to help 

- Provide empathy and offer support and a listening ear


If you would like to know more information, or think Patricia may be able to help, please contact the medical secretary, Charlotte on 01945 880471.

Book Appointments Online

You can now book blood test appointments online. Also, for patients on Warfarin, Keeley's INR clinic is available to book using SystmOnline - click here. Please call in to reception to register for this service.
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