UPDATE 04.09.21 Influenza Vaccine Delivery Issues

Clinics booked for 18th September for the 65 years and overs is cancelled. The message received from the supplier is "due to unforeseen road freight challenges, there will be a delay to the scheduled delivery by one to two weeks." 

Once the Surgery knows more and has a confirmed date, we can once again rebook appointments. Until then all patients booked into the 18th September are cancelled and this may possibly effect the 25th September. Once we know more we will update you. 

We realise what a huge inconvenience this is to you, as well as to the Surgery. Please bear with us - as soon as we have a clear confirmed date we will be contacting again to rebook.
Thank you for your continued support


Mr Imran Kazi (m)

Community Midwives

Mrs Anna Warburton (f)

There is a team of midwives who will give antenatal, intranatal and postnatal care to all pregnant women who are registered with the surgery

Ms Alison Bowes (f)

Community Nurses

District nursing sisters are qualified to degree level and provide a service to housebound patients.  Friarwood Surgery are supported by a team of fully qualified nurses.

The team provides professional support and advice in a variety of areas such as terminal care, wound care, incontinence assessments and some post-operative discharge follow-ups.

Each patient is assessed individually and care planned accordingly, in discussion with the patient.

Referral on to other agencies may be appropriate in some cases.

Health Visitors

Health visitors are trained nurses who have specialised in promoting health and preventing illness for all age groups.

They have particular responsibility for helping and assessing the health and development of children under five years.

Clients will be seen at home and not at Friarwood Surgery.


Patients experiencing trauma or crises in their lives can be referred to one of the counsellors based at the surgery.

Attached Staff

Pat Bratt



Based at the surgery, Pat is responsible for assessment and treatment of all acute chronic musculo-skeletal conditions.

She is able to give advice on exercise and work station ergonomics.

Treatment modalities include manipulations, mobilisation, electrotherapy and acupuncture.

Referrals for appointments must be through a GP.

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