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Carers' Support Award

Despite increasing financial constraints in the face of an ageing patient population, staff at Haddenham Medical Centre continue to look for ways of improving their service to the community.

Very recently their efforts were recognised by two independent external organisations.

The Haddenham Practice received a Gold Award from the LGBT Foundation, which recognises that its staff are committed to providing an inclusive service to all the communities that they serve and that they recognise the specific needs of lesbian, gay and bisexual patients.

And last Thursday, 14th September, CarersBucks presented Haddenham staff with an Accreditation Award for all the support the practice provides for those in a Caring role. This is one of only three such awards made in the whole of Buckinghamshire.

We extend our congratulations to all staff for their commitment and hard work in achieving these high standards.

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