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Laxey and Village Walk Health Centre

Village Walk Health Centre

1 The Village Walk

Onchan

Isle of Man

IM3 4EA

Telephone:+44 1624 656020

Fax:+44 1624 656021

Website:http://www.laxeyandvillagewalk.co.uk/

Laxey Health Centre

New Road

Laxey

Isle of Man

IM4 7BF

Telephone:+44 1624 861350

Website:http://www.laxeyandvillagewalk.co.uk/

Surgery hours:

The surgery is open from 8am to 6pm Monday to Friday, excluding bank holidays.

In an emergency, such as chest pain, dial 999 for ambulance

Out of hours: calls between 6pm and 8am, weekends and public holidays are dealt with by the Manx Emergency Doctor Service (MEDS) on +44 1624 650355.

If you require urgent medical advice after surgery hours, simply telephone either of the surgeries for transfer to the out of hours medical centre where your details will be taken.

Practices:

There are 2 Practice premises which cover the villages of Laxey, Onchan and Baldrine.

The practice area is north to the Corony through to Governor's Bridge to the bottom of Summerhill in Onchan.

Current Practitioners (GPs):

  • Dr A K Stone MBChB MRCGP
  • Dr S Chandra
  • Dr K Christian MBChB MRCP DFSRH MRCGP
  • Dr K Wilson BSc MBChB MRCGP DFFP
  • Dr T Lynch
  • Dr A K Stone MBChB MRCGP
  • Dr K Christian MBChB MRCP DFSRH MRCGP
  • Dr K Wilson BSc MBChB MRCGP DFFP
  • Dr S Chandra
  • Dr T Lynch

Practice Nurses: Debby Ashe (RGN) and Louise Thomas (RGN)

Deputy Practice Manager: Debbie Cuthbert

Practice Manager: Helen Corkill

About us:

The practice is a partnership of 5 doctors, 2 nurses and administration staff with approximately 7500 patients.

We have a team of 11 receptionists who have a very demanding job. They take requests for appointments and home visits, they receive patients when they visit the practice and they file and look after every individual medical record. They often have to make personal enquiries - please do not be offended, there is a strict code of confidentiality.

The Practice staff have the right to do their jobs without fear of verbal or physical abuse of any kind. This includes rudeness or unpleasant behaviour and 'not feeling well' is not acceptable as an excuse. If patients exhibit unacceptable behaviour they will receive a warning; if it continues they may be asked to register with another Practice.

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