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IMPORTANT: Please can all adult patients wear their own face mask or face covering when attending the surgery in person.  These can help us protect each other and reduce the spread of this disease.  Please do not buy surgical masks which should be prioritised for the NHS.  Thank you

WE ARE NOW A RESEARCH PRACTICE!  Do you want to help with medical/healthcare related research?  We are taking part in a Covid19 Clinical Trials research and a healthcare data project called The CLIMB Survey.  Clink on the links for further information or the relevant tabs on the right -->

Are you a Carer?

What is a carer?

A carer is anyone, including children and adults who look after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty, disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. 

If this sounds like you, then we are here to help.  Make an appointment to speak to a doctor who will be able to provide you with information, advice and support.

Useful websites

Norfolk Family Carers

"Offers a range of services to support family carers"

Carers UK Norfolk 

"Carers UK Norfolk provides information for unpaid carers.  If you are looking for information and support this website includes a range of tools and resources"

Carers UK Norfolk - Young People

"Young carers are children and young people aged under 18 who help look after or support and family member or friend is disabled, ill or misuses drugs or alcohol.  Carers UK Norfolk can provide a wealth of support, information and assessments to help" 

Carers Matter Norfolk 

"Caring has been described as a 'constant journey of discovery and understanding'.  Caring brings challenges: response to the changing needs of those who you care caring for whilst navigating your way through the labyrinth to access health and care services.  Carers Matter Norfolk are here to help"


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