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You should only leave the house for very limited purposes:
Important - These reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
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Do not leave your home if you have either:
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MBBS (1985 London) MRCGP DCH DRCOG M Med.Ed. FPcert RCGPcert in Drug Dependency
Qualifying in London in 1985, Dr Mascott has enthusiastically pursued a career in General practice and has developed special interests in community maternity care, medical education, minor surgery and drug dependency. She has travelled abroad extensively and worked widely in the UK and New Zealand.
MB ChB (equiv.) (Lublin, Poland 1999), Diploma in Family Medicine (Lublin, Poland 2006)
Dr Ciukiewicz trained and practiced medicine initially in Poland and then moved to Plymouth in 2007.He has a special interest in dermoscopy, the examination of skin lesions with a dermatoscope and besides medical practice he enjoys windsurfing, travel and music.
MBBch (Cardiff, 1998) BSc (Hons) MRCP MRCGP
Dr Rudge was educated in Plymouth and trained in medicine in Cardiff, qualifying in 1993.
He returned to Plymouth in 1998 as a qualified General Practitioner and spent a number of years setting up GP services around Plymouth. He held a number of senior positions across health and social care during time as a commissioner until his resignation in 2013.
He joined the surgery in January 2015 and has an interest in family medicine and patient and public engagement in service development.
He works Monday to Thursday with time in both our surgery sites.
MBChB (Leicester 2004) MRCS MRCGP
Dr Peter Cranefield studied medicine at Leicester University and qualified in 2004.He worked in Leicester, South Wales and Plymouth as a junior doctor for 6 years, working in emergency medicine, surgery and psychiatry.His GP training was in Plymouth and he is happily settled here for the last few years.
His interests include gastroenterology, minor surgery and care of those with dementia and learning difficulties.He works regularly out of hours with Devon Doctors and helps to train medical students and GP registrars.
Free time is for his young family and road cycling on Dartmoor.
Works on a Monday, Thursday and Friday.
RGN, MSc (Cert)
Our Nurse Practitioners offer patients advice on the management of minor and acute ailments, prioritising the urgency of patients’ complaints, and dealing with them where appropriate or referring them to the Doctor. They are also able to prescribe certain medication.
With the help of the administration team, our Practice Manager Mr Chris Pike is here to ensure the smooth running of the Practice. If you experience any problems or have any suggestions, please contact him.
Community based midwives run their own Antenatal Clinics from our Woolwell surgery for Woolwell patients in the South Hams area and provide care to pregnant and recently delivered mothers in the community. For Lisson Grove patients please see here.
The District Nursing Service provides home based care for patients with acute, chronic or serious illnesses and for those who need post-operative care. District Nurses can advise on incontinence and home nursing aids.
Plymouth and Devon Health Visiting Services look after patients registered at our two surgeries. They are available for all ‘well’ babies and children under five for advice. Lisson Grove patients can contact the HV service on 01752- 435169. Woolwell patients living in the Plymouth boundary can use 01752 434188. Devon HV services provision is being restructured but our Woolwell patients living outside the Plymouth boundary can use the same number and will be redirected if appropriate.
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