Contraceptive Implant Service now available at the practice



Burnham Surgery with support of Mid Essex CCG have commissioned the medical team from to support Diabetic patients test their kidney function at home

New Online booking for Blood tests for St. Peter's & Broomfield

Coil removal & fitting service by female GP available for registered patients only

Community Nurses

The district/community nurses for this area are based in Crouch Road Burnham and can be contacted via Single Point of Access: Tel: 0300 1310 111.

Website Link : Integrated care services

Urgent Community Response Team (UCRT)

Enhances the functions of the Central Point of Access to give an operational centre capable of providing clinical triage and navigate patients to the most appropriate service.
call 0300 1310 111  or email
Website Link: UCRT

Community Agents Essex is a countywide network of agents and volunteers who support older people and informal carers to find and develop independent living solutions from within their local community.

The service is delivered through a community and voluntary sector partnership consisting of Rural Community Council of Essex, British Red Cross, Age UK Essex and Essex Neighbourhood Watch

General enquiries call 00300 303 9988

or email

website link :  Community Agents

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

Essex Child and Family Wellbeing Service

Macmillan Nurses

Macmillan Nurses are based at Farleigh Hospice. The hospice provides a range of services.

Farleigh Hospice

Clinical Advice Line 8am to 8pm 7 days a week 01245 455478

Attached Staff

Leanne Smith (f)

Leanne is your local social prescriber, she can offer support in a range of non medical services

See information leaflet below:

Social Prescriber Leaflet

Mr Sulaiman Anibaba (m)

First contact physiotherapists

Low back and neck pain are the greatest cause of years lost to disability in the UK, with chronic joint pain or osteoarthritis affecting more than 8.75 million people. In addition, musculoskeletal conditions also account for 30% of all GP appointments.

By 2024, all adults in England will to be able to see a musculoskeletal first contact physiotherapist at their local GP practice without being referred by a GP.

The vast majority of musculoskeletal first contact practitioners are physiotherapists with enhanced skills. They can help patients with musculoskeletal issues such as back, neck and joint pain by:

  • assessing and diagnosing issues
  • giving expert advice on how best to manage their conditions
  • referring them onto specialist services if necessary.

Patients with back and joint pain, including conditions such as arthritis, will now be able to contact their local physiotherapist directly, rather than waiting to see a GP or being referred to hospital. Patients can also see a physiotherapist by speaking to the GP practice receptionist or by being referred by their GP.

By making it easier for patients to access physiotherapist, patients will have quicker access to diagnosis and treatment, helping them to manage their conditions more effectively and recover faster, so they can get back to normal life quickly.  They will help GPs to manage their workload more effectively, and reduce the need for onward referrals.

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