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I understand that there are currently comments on the Kelvedon Village Facebook site regarding the Smoking Cessation programme that is being run by the Practice.  I would wish to assure all patients that there is nothing synister and we certainly havent sold patient data! The 'callers' are from the Smoking Cessation Service, they are asking if you are happy to give your current 'smoking status' (this ensures that our information is up to date) and, if you are a smoker, you are asked if you would be interested in quitting.  If you are, then you could have sessions arranged either here at the Surgery with Tracy or in Witham.

Lynda Hampel - Practice Manager

Kelvedon and Feering Health Centre 


Dr Cedric Thompson (m) MB BS MRCGP DRCOG FPA Cert, is our senior partner and has been practising in Kelvedon for many years; he normally holds surgeries Monday - Thursday each week.

Regular locum doctors include Dr Graham Barker (m), Dr Boyd Irwin (f) and Dr Rashmi Valsala (f)

Patients can see any of the doctors by making an appointment by telephone, online or in person at reception. Home visits are done by the ‘on-call’ doctor for that day.

A special clinic fitting contraceptive coils and implants will be held by Dr Valsala on a Tuesday morning.

As well as the usual services of Practice Nurse, District Nurse, Health Visitor and Midwife, we have Phlebotomists to take blood samples, and Age UK also come every 3 months offering a toe-nail cutting 


We aim to provide friendly, family based medicine, combining the best of old and new ideas. We wish to provide high quality care for all our patients and pride ourselves on the courtesy and efficiency of our staff.

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