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Neath Hill Health Centre1 Tower CrescentNeath HillMilton Keynes, MK14 6JYTel: 01908 200529
Our Practice Nurse runs clinics every day and can advise on a wide variety of health matters, with an emphasis on health promotion.
Denise is responsible for the administration of the practice. She will be happy to hear your comments on the facilities or standards of care provided throughout the practice.
Our receptionists are fully trained and try to do a very difficult job well. They may have to ask you some necessary questions concerning your registration or the urgency of your request for medical assistance in order to help the practice run smoothly and safely. All our receptionists are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as the doctors and nurse.
Your midwife will take care of you during and after your pregnancy. She runs her antenatal clinic on Tuesday mornings.
These nurses provide full nursing assessment and treatment for the chronically sick, terminally ill and the housebound.
Health Visitors are registered nurses who specialise in working with children, their families and the community as a whole. Health Visitors offer a service to everyone of any age whether registered with a doctor or not. You can refer to them whenever you have a concern or query about your own health and well-being or that of your family.
Baby clinics are held in the Health Centre every Thursday between 1:00pm - 3:00pm.
Telephone: 01908 725100