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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by stacer, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. stacer

    stacer Member


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    Hi All ,

    Just a few words of introduction and hopefully renew contact with some old friends.
    My name is Richard Stacey, graduated from Plymouth in 1999 and worked for 5 years with the NHS in Cornwall before moving north to live in rural Aberdeenshire. Started with the NHS in Aberdeen then moved to Private Practice about 2 years ago. Strictly part time now as my many outside interests seem to get in the way of regular work.

    Besides my private work I am contracted to the local GP led minor surgery unit for Central Aberdeenshire where I carry out around 150 Nail Surgery procedures a year. I still maintain contact with my NHS colleagues by covering sickness etc in local clinics - all helps to top up my military pension and pays my golf fees and bar bill.

    Regards

    Richard Stacey
     
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    :welcome::welcome: home you enjoy the place ...
     
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