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The Studfall Partnership, Studfall Medical Centre, Studfall Court, Corby, NN17 1QPTel: 01536 401372
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Our team of receptionists has been specially trained to help you. Their job is often difficult, but if you tell them clearly what you require they will do their best to help. When asking for medical attention the receptionists may ask for a few details. They have been trained to make these enquiries so that we can help you in the most appropriate way. They have a difficult job to do – so please be a little understanding!!
Health visitor: Rose McCallum
The health visitors attached to the practice are available to help with any health or social need in the community including baby/child care and care of the elderly.
The community nursing team is available to discuss all aspects of nursing care at home and can be contacted through the practice.
Mrs Linda Concannon
Our community midwife can be contacted via the reception or alternatively by ringing her at Willowbrook Health Centre on (01536) 400600.