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Bransholme GP Dr Scot Richardson has teamed up with St John’s Church to offer a unique Christmas Day drop-in at the James Alexander Family Practice at Bransholme Health Centre.

Local people are warmly invited for a hot drink, mince pie and a chat with practice team and Rev Matthew Martinson and members of nearby St John’s Church between 5.00 and 6.30pm on 25 December.

See the short clip with Dr Richardson talking about the community drop-in

Dr Richardson, who will be seeing pre-booked GP appointments on Christmas Day as part of the AccessPlus service, said:

“We know that Christmas can be a lonely time for people who may not have family and friends around. My team and I wanted to be part of the Bransholme neighbourhood response to fighting loneliness and isolation at this time of year by welcoming local people into the surgery for a drink and a chat.”

No appointments are needed for the community drop-in. People can simply use the intercom at the building entrance and security will let them in to the James Alexander Family Practice on the second floor.

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