Surgery Dates

Surgery GENERIC ALLDATES YEARSFor those who would rather talk to me face to face, rather than contact by phone or email (or rely on bumping into me in the Thoroughfare, or on a bus) I  hold a regular open-access monthly surgery on the THIRD SATURDAY of every month. This is held at Woodbridge Library  9am-11am.

I’m proud to say this has been going uninterrupted for ten years!

Surgery dates for the next few months are:

  • 21 September 2019
  • 19 October 2019
  • 16 November 2019
  • 21  December 2019

So, if you have any problems, comments or questions, please pop in  – no appointment necessary – and I’ll do my best to help.

2 thoughts on “Surgery Dates”

  1. Interested in your piece on the Future of Specialist Educational Provision in Suffolk( web form says deadline to respond is the 24th April. I had heard from the NUT it has been delayed. Any info appreciated.
    My son ( now 31) was SEN- disabled by health ME.
    I am an EOTAS tutor…………( Zero hours permanent -SCC!)
    I run a support group for ME.

  2. Dear Cllr Caroline Page—Suffolk Council,

    I have been reliably informed by local complaints that the current Hospital Car pick-up Tender to/from Ipswich Hospital is becoming unpunctual and cancelling some appts.

    One elderly and disabled patient resident Cancer fund -raiser in Uffor,nr Woodbridge was told that his scheduled Hospital Appt. due last Wed.April 10th 2019 was not possible due to non availability of his pre-booked hospital car transport service. And now he has to wait 2 weeks for new Appt. when he has ongoing treatment for a Cancer Health condition : that has been controlled for some years and requires reguar check-ups.

    The failure of the tender agreement to deliver Hospital Cars to/from Ipswich is a critical NHS service to many out-patients in out reach parts of East Suffolk and many live in proximity to Woodbridge and do not have self transport means.

    I would ask that you campaign on this inadequate Hospital Car service contractual issue and let me know any updated developments efficiency to local patients especilaly the vulnerable,elderly and remotely located.

    Good luck in being elected in next Election and my late cousin Ian James Coates in Theatre St Woodbridge voted for you during last weeks of his life.

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