Cringleford SurgeryTel: 01603 455379
Hethersett SurgeryTel: 01603 811323
Mulbarton SurgeryTel: 01508 570827
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After boarding school in North Norfolk, Dr Rowe trained at St Thomas' Hospital Medical School. She qualified in 1988. She completed Obstetrics and Gynaecology jobs in London before completing the Norfolk and Norwich GP rotation. Dr Rowe has been a partner at Cringleford since 1995. She has spent a year undertaking a Dermatology Diploma in which she obtained a distinction. She has three children one who has just graduated from Oxford University and twins at Cambridge and Sheffield universities. She manages to find time to run regularly, play tennis and kayak to keep up with her daughter!
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Dr Harwood qualified from The Royal Free Hospital Medical School in 1987. She worked in three London teaching hospitals gaining a wide experience of many fields. She started in General practice in 1990 before moving to Norfolk in 1995 with her doctor husband. She has two daughters and her interests include painting and drawing. In her spare time she is studying for a BA (Hons) in creative art.
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Born and raised in North London Dr Epstein, a graduate from the Royal Free Hospital, was somewhat surprised to find himself working as a GP in rural Norfolk in 2009. He started at Cringleford Surgery in 2014 and has now fully adapted to Norfolk life, putting down his roots with his wife and children. When time allows he dabbles in a bit of photography, banjo and guitar strumming.
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Maternity care is provided by the Breckland Team of midwives who are based at Wymondham Health Centre. There are currently eight members of the team. At present, antenatal clinics at Cringleford surgery are held on a weekly basis, on a Monday afternoon.
The team have an answerphone service where non-urgent messages can be left - 01953 600155. Urgent enquiries should be directed via Medicom - 01603 481222. Requests for clinic appointments should be directed to the surgery.
The midwifery team provide antenatal and postnatal care for you and your baby, and also offer a home birth service for our low-risk women (even for first-time mums!)
We would recommend that you contact your doctor as soon as you think you are pregnant. We can then arrange for you to be seen at the midwives' clinic when you are approximately 8 weeks pregnant.
The doctors are keen to be involved in your antenatal care and will see you between 24 weeks and 36 weeks of pregnancy.
The Health Visitors for the Cringleford, Hethersett and Mulbarton area are now based in Long Stratton.
Tel 01508 535375
At present they are;
Cringleford Surgery - Julia Hill
Hethersett Surgery - Cheryl Chalk
Mulbarton Surgery - Liz Marshall
Clinics are held as follows:
Eaton Church Hall
1st Thursdays of the month. 1.30-3.00pm
This is run by the Norwich Health Visiting Team.
Wymondham Health Centre
2nd and 4th Thursday of the month 1.30-3pm
Mulbarton Village Hall
1st and 3rd Thursday of the month 1.30-3pm
Hethersett Methodist Church Hall
2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month 1.30-3pm
Cringleford Pavillion, Oakfields Road
2nd Monday of the month 1-2.30pm
Health Visitors for Eaton Patients are based at West Pottergate Health Centre.
Julie Woodcock and Jane Davey
01603 877581 or 01603 877583
Health Visitors for patients living on the Ipswich Road are based at Lakenham Surgery
Sue Johnson and team.
01603 766467 or 01603 761054
New Parents Group (for babies up to 6 months only)
The Town Green Centre Wymondham
Monday morning 11.30-12.45
Breast Feeding Café
Monday (excluding Bank holidays) 10am-11.15am, The Town Green Centre, Wymondham.
Referral to local Mental Health Services is available via your doctor or nurse practitioner. Alternatively you can self refer. You can get support and advice through the Norfolk and Suffolk Foundation Trust Wellbeing Service by clicking on this link
The Book Prescription Scheme
This is a collaboration between Norfolk & Waveney Health Partnership and Norfolk Library and Information Services.
These are just some of the issues the books cover:
If you feel you would benefit from having access to books covering these and many other mental health issues, please speak to your Doctor or Practice Nurse who will arrange a prescription for you. The prescription can be used at Hethersett Library, who participate in this scheme, to borrow the appropriate book for your needs
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