Public Access Defibrillator
There is now a defibrillator in a cabinet on the front wall of the surgery. This will be available at all times. It is simple to use and can be lifesaving. The cabinet is locked and needs an unlock code which is available from ambulance control. It has been set up this way to ensure that a 999 call has to be made to access the defibrillator - so help is on the way.
It is important that as many people as possible are aware of this.
(Site updated 26/06/2017)