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We are very sad to announce that Dr Michael Robinson will be retiring from the practice at the end of June. Mike has been a partner at the practice for 27 years and will be greatly missed by patients, partners and colleagues alike. We will miss his cheerfulness, kindness and companionship. Good Luck Mike .

Message from Mike :

“I am disappointed that due to the Covid crisis that I have not been able to see many of you in person before leaving to say my goodbyes. I want to express what a great privilege it has been to be your Doctor over the years and to work alongside everyone at Preston Grove.

I would like to wish everyone all the very best for the future. “

Patients have been asking about how to leave a message or gift for Mike. We have set up a special email address to allow patients to easily send a message . Alternatively you can post a card to, Preston Grove Medical Centre, Preston Grove, Yeovil, Somerset, BA20 2BQ. If you have a gift or card to drop off at the surgery please come to the front door and our reception team will be happy to help.

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The practice will be welcoming a new GP partner to the practice in September; Dr Obaid Sangani will be joining us. Patients registered with Dr Mike Robinson will be automatically registered with Dr Sangani. In the interim we are pleased to welcome Dr Sarah More and Dr Rob Munro who will be working in the practice until July 2021 covering both patients of Dr Michael Robinson and Dr Lucy Edwards as she goes on her maternity leave in August.

With the current Covid restrictions and everyones safety in mind , could we ask that you only attend the surgery if you have an agreed appointment.

We have also had to make changes to our prescriptions ordering service please check out our prescriptions tab for details. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

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