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  February 2018

Due to the growing population of Amesbury and our practice list size increasing significantly we are unable to accept any out of area patient registrations.   If you live outside our practice area then we are unable to take you on as a patient.  If you move out of our practice area then we will ask you to re register with another practice.    Thank you. Dr S Eastman - Senior Partner                   


Hearing Aid Clinic



Having trouble with your hearing aids? Do you wear a NHS hearing aid from Salisbury District Hospital? If so Salisbury Hear to Help hearing aid support service can help you

They are a national hearing loss charity who offer a free service that will give you the confidence to make the most of your hearing aids.

Hear to Help hold a drop in session here at St Melor on the first Thursday of the month 10.00 am - 12 noon you do not need an appointment. Please bring along your brown record book or battery issue card from the hospital.

Please note they are unable to carry out hearing tests, replace or tune hearing aids or adjust moulds.

There are also alternative drop in sessions listed below or if you are unable to come along to any of these sessions you can contact Salisbury District Hospital audiology department for help and advice.


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