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It is with regret that we inform you that Dr Razzaq is leaving Bute House Medical Centre and will no longer be offering any appointments to see her.

Please see the following message from Dr Razzaq –

“As many of you are aware, I have been away from Bute House Medical Centre for the past four months as my partners kindly granted me a sabbatical. During this time, I have been working closely with Luton CCG to develop a pathway to better care for our Frail Elderly population. I have realised that this area of work is my passion, and as a consequence, I have decided to step down from GP Partner at Bute House to dedicate more time to service improvement and also to pursue a Masters in "Ageing and Society" at King's College London.

It has been a privilege to have been given the opportunity to look after you for the past 11 years and I will miss being your family doctor. I leave you in the excellent care of my amazing partners, Drs Kothari, Dissanayake, Hill and Satchi and I am sure that Bute House will continue to thrive as a centre of learning as well as the provision of excellent health care.”

Your Pregnancy

If you have recently found out you are pregnant then please make an appointment then please make an appointment with one of the doctors.

In the meantime, if you are not already doing so, please start taking Folic Acid 400mcg which can be bought from any pharmacy, to help your baby's spine development.

You will then be referred to our midwife Nicki, or one of her colleagues, who will organise your care during your pregnancy, including scans and blood tests.

Nicki is in the surgery on a Tuesday morning and appointments can be made for your routine check-ups at reception. For your initial appointment Nicki may arrange to visit you in your own home.pregnant_stomach

If you have any problems during your pregnancy then the doctors are also happy to see you and advise.

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