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1986 Nettlebed Health Centre

The health centre has 3 doctors one    
district nurse,one health visitor,one  
full time nurse,one cleaner and 4      
office staff. They have over 3 500     
patients who come from Henley,         
Nettlebed, Watlington, Bix, Stoke Row  
and Turville.The working hours are     
8.30am to 6.00pm. One year ago the     
Health centre was changed round and    
rebuilt but it stayed open.The Health  
centre used to be at the old doctors   
house.It has its own dispensary        
because the nearest one is about a     
mile away. There is a baby clinic and  
a verucca clinic.                      

Map of the area

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