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Dr Greg Crowley to retire

After 20 years of partnership I will be retiring from the Arthur Medical Centre at the end of July this year.  I have thoroughly enjoyed my time being a family doctor for the local community and have developed long standing relationships with staff and patients. Although there is much sadness at leaving it all behind, the future holds new opportunities and challenges for me. I plan to continue some clinical work and work in education and performance management, and also develop my interests in distance running and mountain rescue.

As a farewell I am fundraising for Derby Mountain Rescue Team by running the Dragon’s Back Race, a five day race of 200 miles across the mountains of Wales.  I have set up a Virgin money charity giving page: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/GregoryCrowley and it will also be possible to donate at reception if anyone wishes to support me.

Thank you

Dr Greg Crowley

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