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Surgery Newsletter

Cater Street Surgery Newsletter

Please see below our seasonal Newsletters for Cater Street Surgery.

Our first issue was very successful with many positive comments.

We hope to continue to keep patients Informed about news within the practice by producing seasonal Newsletters for the foreseeable future.

 

DO YOU HAVE ANY FEEDBACK?

As always your feedback is very important to us.

If you would like to raise a specific topic please do let us know and we will do our best to address it in our next newsletter.

 

Spring 2015 Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 1 - Please Click Here to view          

(Release Date : 01/04/2015)

Summer 2015 Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 2 - Please Click Here to view        

(Release Date : 01/07/2015)

Autumn 2015 Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 3 - Please Click Here to view        

(Release Date : 01/10/2015)

Winter 2015 Newsletter Volume 1 Issue 4 - Please Click Here to view          

(Release Date: 01/12/2015)

Spring 2016 Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 1 - Please Click Here to view          

(Release Date: 15/03/2016)

Summer 2016 Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 2 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 01/07/2016)

Autumn 2016 Newsletter Volume 2 Issue 3 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 15/10/2016)

Winter/Spring 2017 Newsletter Volume 3 Issue 1 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 01/04/2017)

Summer/Autumn 2017 Newsletter Volume 3 Issue 2 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 01/09/2017)

Winter 2017 Newsletter Volume 3 Issue 3 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 28/11/2017)

Spring 2018 Newsletter Volume 4 Issue 1 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 10/4/2018)

Summer 2018 Newsletter Volume 4 Issue 2 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 02/08/2018)

Autumn/Winter 2018 Newsletter Volume 4 Issue 3 - Please Click Here to view

(Release Date: 17/12/2018)



 
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