Letter from Dr Stewart Wright:
Date: June 2020
After 35 years in General Practice the time has come for retirement. It is an odd time to be leaving as we find ourselves having to live our lives at home and work in unfamiliar ways.
Being a GP was always my dream and the experience has not disappointed. As a career it is demanding but at the same time fulfilling, fascinating and full of variety.
It has been a privilege to be allowed into so many people’s lives, offering care and support where possible. It is a great disappointment that I will not be able to thank so many of you in person and say goodbye.
Throughout my career I have had enormous support from my wife, family, colleagues and all the staff at Willow Green, both past and present. Without that help any of our achievements would not have been possible and I am very much in their debt.
From the beginning of July I will start a new adventure and leave Willow Green with sadness but also enormous pride. Working together as a team we have endeavored to provide quality care with a personal touch. I hope we have succeeded.
I am certain that the surgery is in a good position to respond to whatever the future holds and continue to supply high quality care to all the patients in the practice.
May I wish you all well for the future and thank you again for your support, and allowing me to be a small part of your lives.
With warmest wishes,
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LETTER FROM DR STEWART WRIGHT
Law Change regards Organ Donation
The law ihas changed regards organ donation - the system has changed from and opt in system to an opt out system. Read more at https://www.organdonation.nhs.uk/uk-laws/organ-donation-law-in-england/ or watch a video about it at https://youtu.be/or85cmsk7qM