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Telephone problems persist at Haddenham Medical Centre.

Latest update from the Practice (Friday 29th April):

"We still have engineers working daily to try to fix this. They have been made very aware of how critical this is to patient safety and care.

They currently have it working but I believe without the menu options.

Very trying — very frustrating for us and we know for patients — we're sorry. There was no way we could have predicted these problems and tried to minimise the impact by having the work done when we were closed for Protected Learning Time, last week"

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