All of the staff at the surgery aim to provide a caring and friendly service to our patients.  Sometimes things don't run smoothly and if this is the case then the Practice Manager will be happy to deal with any comments or suggestions you may have.  You can telephone or write to the practice manager or use the suggestion box within the waiting room to pass on your comments.


Please remember that staff do not have to tolerate any abusive or rude behaviour towards them and the Partners reserve the right to remove patients from the practice list if they are rude or abusive.


Craig Tibbitts (m)

Craig is our Clinical Pharmacist and is able to assist you with any medication queries or issues you may have.  Please contact him via reception. 

Craig joined Great Witley Surgery having previously worked at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and prior to that as a Community Pharmacist for Boots The Chemist.

As a Clinical Pharmacist & Independent Prescriber, Craig will be able to assist patients who need expert advice on their medicines, particularly in the treatment of long-term conditions such as diabetes, arthritis or high blood pressure and specific advice on side effects. In addition he will be able to review patients on long-term medications. After a hospital stay if medicines are changed he will be able to explain the changes to you and ensure that they are changed for your future prescriptions. All patients require an annual medication review, and Craig is best placed to conduct these reviews. So do not be surprised if you do not see a Gp or nurse for you review!


Craig will be able to consult patients suffering from common minor illnesses such as colds, hayfever, diarrhoea and eye infections rather than having to consult a general practitioner.


If you would like to make an appointment to see our Clinical Pharmacist please contact reception on 01299 896788 in the usual way and ask for an appointment which will, of course, be confidential and private.


We are very excited about this new role in the surgery and we feel it will be beneficial to our patients and offers an alternative option for healthcare advice.

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