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I.T. Merger Clay Cross & Grassmoor

Please note that the Practice will undergo some changes to the Clinical Computer System on 6th December.

We want these changes to go as smoothly as possible with minimal interruption to patient services, however, it will be necessary to change the opening times at the Grassmoor Surgery on Tuesday 6th December & Wednesday 7 th December.

Tuesday 6th December

Surgery opens at 8am & closes at 1pm

Wednesday 7th December

Surgery opens at 1pm and closes at 6.30pm.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. Any calls made to the Grassmoor Practice while it is closed will be diverted to the Clay Cross branch as usual.


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