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Ramadan and Diabetes

If you've got diabetes you need to be ready for Ramadan. This year Ramadan takes place during the summer in the UK meaning long fasts of more than 17 hours. Fasting when you've got diabetes, especially for such long periods, can be dangerous and cause problems for your health. 

If you want to fast during Ramadan make sure you speak to your diabetes team so they can help you decide if it's safe to do so. If they're happy for you to fast they'll be able to help you manage your diabetes through Ramadan. 

For more information please visit: https://www.diabetes.org.uk/guide-to-diabetes/managing-your-diabetes/ramadan


We are interested in hearing your thoughts on the proposed merger between our surgery, Hastings Old Town surgery and Churchwood Surgery - if you are interested in sharing your views, please fill in the following form and either email or return it back to the surgery.

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Have questions about the proposed merger? Check out our FAQ fact sheet.

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Dr Shepherd - Retirement

It is with great sadness that Warrior Square Surgery needs to announce the full retirement of Dr Shepherd, who will be ceasing work from 31st December 2017.

He will be in the surgery to do specific clinics, seeing some patients, but will no longer be an active General Practitioner from that date.

Warrior Square Surgery are extremely saddened by this news however, wish him all the happiness in his retirement and we know that all his patients would feel the same.

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