Doctors’ surgery closed for deep clean
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A north Norfolk doctors’ surgery has shut its doors to patients while a deep clean is carried out.
Sheringham Medical Practice, in Cromer Road, has been closed since Monday. A sign was put on a noticeboard outside the entrance to the practice on Tuesday saying that, due to “unforeseen circumstances” the surgery will remain closed “to allow for a deep clean process to be carried out”.
It is hoped that the practice, which has 9,400 patients, 38pc of whom are over 65, will reopen on Tuesday afternoon.
A North Norfolk Clinical Commissioning Group spokesperson said: “Sheringham Medical Practice is currently closed and undergoing a deep clean as a precautionary measure in line with Public Health England (PHE) guidance.
Patients can see a Sheringham Medical Practice GP at Holt Medical Practice. Patients should continue to ring the surgery on the normal number if they require a GP appointment and the surgery expects to return to its normal premises following the deep clean from lunchtime.”
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