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Practice Access Statement

Carterknowle and Dore Medical Practice

Access Statement

 

Carterknowle and Dore Medical Practice welcomes people with disabilities, and this statement has been developed to address the more common issues that people with a disability face.

We constantly strive to improve accessibility to all our patients and welcome your comments and thoughts.

We endeavour to treat all our patients with any disability or impairment equally according to their needs, within the restraints of our buildings.

Carterknowle practice is situated on Carterknowle Road. You may alight and unload in front of the practice. Disabled parking is available.

Patient entry to the practice is through the front entrance with ramp access from the car park. There is an intercom to allow communication with our reception team, who will assist entry as required.

Access to the reception, waiting room, toilets and consulting rooms is possible with a wheelchair. We do have some consulting rooms on the first floor.

There is no lift in the building. We request that at the time of your booking you inform us of any special needs or disabilities. We have consulting rooms on the ground floor and can ensure you are seen on this level.

The entire practice is non-smoking.

Guide dogs are welcome.

Smoke detectors, alarms and emergency lighting are on all floors.

Interpreters can be arranged on request.

 

Dore practice is situated on Dore Road. You may alight and unload in front of the practice. Disabled parking is available in the car park located to the rear of the building.

Patient entry to the practice is through the front entrance with flat access from the car park. There is an intercom to allow communication with our reception team, who will assist entry as required.

Access to the reception, waiting room, toilets and consulting rooms is possible with a wheelchair.

The practice is all on one level with no stairs or steps to access.

The entire practice is non-smoking.

Guide dogs are welcome.

Smoke detectors, alarms and emergency lighting are in situ.

Interpreters can be arranged on request.



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