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Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Haddenham Webteam - 21st April 2016 8:45am
We are informed that, as of Friday afternoon, 22nd April, the technical problems affecting the telephone system at Haddenham Medical Centre have now been resolved.
Haddenham Medical Centre has installed a new telephone system, to help make the patient experience a more positive and helpful one.
The system was due to go live on Wednesday afternoon, while the Medical Centre was closed for training purposes.
Unfortunately, there have been some technical problems.
Engineers are working to rectify the problem this morning, Thursday 21st April.
We will update you in due course
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