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Diabetes Prevention week 1st-7th April 2019, ROAD SHOWS

diabetes prevention

Wednesday 3 April - 1.30 - 4.30pm

Derby City Council House reception, Corporation Street, DE1 2FS (Live Well Team & NHS)
 
·         Thursday 4 April - 9am - 12.30pm
Derby City Council House reception, Corporation Street, DE1 2FS (Live Well Team & NHS)
 
·         Friday 5 April - 9am – 12.30pm
Derby City Council House reception, Corporation Street, DE1 2FS (Live Well Team & NHS)
 
·         Saturday 6 April 2019 - 10am - 5pm
Derby City Centre, St Peter's Cross, St Peter's Street, Derby, DE1 1SH
 
·         Sunday 7 April 2019 - 11am-5pm
Pak Foods Store, 309-315 Normanton Rd, Derby DE23 6UU
 

bit.ly/2HjnfSX- click on link for video on prevention

Healthy Walks - read more

Think kidney campaign

http://intranet.southernderbyshireccg.nhs.uk/news/news/think-kidneys-public-awareness-campaign-july-2016-our-kidneys-are-amazing/

Derby Family Medical Centre

We are an inner city practice situated in the Normanton area of Derby. The practice serves the local areas of Normanton, Peartree, Sunnyhill, Littleover and Sinfin. About 80% of the population is from the South Asian population.

We have a multicultural local population, and many of the doctors are bilingual. The languages spoken by our Practice team are Urdu, Punjabi & Arabic.

The practice understands the needs of the local population and is aware of cultural as well as linguistic differences amongst the patients.

The practice is committed to providing high quality, modern, primary health care. The partners believe in continuing professional development.

The practice is also committed to training future doctors and nurses and has final year medical students and student nurses in the surgery twice a year.

  

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