What to bring:
Please bring an up-to-date list of your medications with you to your appointments as your podiatrist may periodically need to check any medications that you are taking.
Parking and public transport:
Limited parking is available for patients at the back of the clinic and there are some spaces reserved for disabled patients. The clinic is approximately a 10 minute walk from the bus stop at Moreton Hall.
Transport: Connecting Communities.
Suffolk Podiatry does not have the facility to arrange transport to and from clinics, however some patients may be able to arrange transport through the organisation Connecting Communities.
Connecting Communities is a transport service designed to help people who would otherwise not have access to a regular bus service. Supporting those living in and near Bury St Edmunds and Haverhill.
For more information please click on the link below to go their website:
Connecting Communities Link
(Please be aware that Connecting Communities is a separate organisation from Suffolk Podiatry, any further queries about the transport service should be directed to Connecting Communities and not to Podiatry staff).
When arriving for your appointment:
Please report to main reception who will guide to the waiting area upstairs. (An elevator is also available)
How to contact the podiatry clinic at Drovers House:
All clinic enquiries via 01284 775 200
What does this mean ?
Foot Health Podiatry Clinics : Yes
Biomechanics Clinics : Yes
Nail Surgery Clinics : Yes
Specialist Diabetes Foot Protection Clinics : Yes