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The Listening Service A free confidential service for those in need of help to talk about things that may be negatively affecting your health & well being. Click on the link for more details.  Or call your GP surgery to book an appointment.

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A new way to get your medicines and appliances.  The Electronic Prescription Service (EPS). It gives you the chance to change how your GP sends your prescription to the place you choose to get your medicines or appliances from.

If you collect your prescription from your GP you will not have to visit your GP practice to pick up your paper prescription. Instead your GP will send it to the place you choose, saving you time.   More information can be found in your GP Practice or your local Pharmacy.  Or you can click on the link for further details.   Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) Info                                             

Patient Alert - NHS England has brought to our attention an issue which originated in the Wigan Borough area but it may also be happening further afield.

Evidence has come to light which suggests a company called Vivid Lifestyle having been calling vulnerable patients and using persuasive sales techniques to talk them into buying unnecessary and expensive supplements and medications, which has included obtaining bank details from the patients for payments.  The company do in fact supply health supplements; however NHS England would always question any medication bought without a prescription from a GP/Doctor.

We would like to reiterate to all patients to be aware.  Do not provide any such company with personal or bank details.  Be extremely cautious if buying health supplements or medication over the internet or via phone as you never know what you are receiving.

If any patients have provided such details, NHS England is advising that the patient contacts their bank(s) immediately and requests that their Fraud Department put a block on the account for any future payments.  If any patients wish to take this matter further they are able to report the incident to their local Police.



Dr A J Craven


Dr Craven qualified from the University of Leeds in 1987. He is especially interested in diabetes, psychiatry, sports medicine and minor surgery. He is the Associate Director of General Practice Education at Health Education North West.  He also does sessions for the Out Of Hours Service (Bayurgent Care) as a supervisor and trainer

Dr M D Denver

MB BS (Lond), DA (UK), Dip IMC RCS (Ed), MRCGP.

Dr Denver qualified from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1990. He served in the Royal Army Medical Corps from 1987 until 1999. He also works a weekly session in Accident and Emergency at the Royal Lancaster Infirmary. His other interests include cardio vascular medicine, minor surgery, sports medicine, orthopaedics and psychiatry. He is an experienced GP Trainer. Dr Denver is married with a daughter, enjoys skiing, golfing, dog walking and nice cars.

Dr R F Gilbert


Dr Gilbert qualified from Manchester University in 1995. She is interested in children's health, women's health, dermatology and minor surgery. Dr Gilbert is also a trainer for junior doctors and  medical students.

Dr M J Murgatroyd

MB BS (Lond,) MRCS (Eng), LRCP (Lond), FFRSH, MRCGP.

Dr Murgatroyd qualified from Guy's Hospital in London in 1971. She is a qualified Trainer of General Practitioners, an examiner of medical students and a Family Planning Instructing Doctor. She runs a weekly sexual health clinic at the practice. Dr Murgatroyd is a member of the British Medical Accupuncture Society (BMAS). She became a Fellow of the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Health Care in 2008.

Dr Dominic J Ingram (m)

MBChB Manchester 1991 MRCGP

Dr Ingram has been working in Morecambe since 1995. Dr Ingram enjoys all aspects of general practice, he's also a local RNLI medical officer and covers sessions in A+E.  Dr Ingram has lots of children , animals and a large garden  that  keep him and his nurse practitioner wife busy at home.

Dr Helen Darby (f)


Dr Darby qualified from the University of Manchester in 2004. Dr Darby began GP training in Lancaster from 2005, working at St John's Hospice and Royal Lancaster Infirmary in the Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Accident and Emergency Departments. Dr Darby then went on to complete her final year of GP training at the Lunesdale Surgery in 2008.  

Dr Mahmoud Abdul Jalil (m)


Interested in mental health and musculoskeletal problems. Previous emergency medicine experience.

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