The health and medical information on this website is intended solely for the patients of this practice and should never be used as a substitute for seeking advice from your GP.
Whilst we have made every attempt to ensure the accuracy and validity of all information provided on this website, the practice does not accept responsibility for events arising from the use of the information provided. Advice offered to patients, while being as accurate and complete as possible, should not be used as a substitute for a consultation with the patient's own doctor.
Your privacy is important to us. Two Shires Medical Practice complies fully with all applicable Data Protection legislation, and will treat all patient information as fully confidential.
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The contents of this website are provided “as is” without any warranties of any kind either express or implied. Two Shires Medical Practice does not warrant the accuracy and reliability of any information on this website or of any other websites linked from, or to, our website.
Two Shires Medical Practice will not be liable for any damage or loss of any kind caused as a direct or indirect result of the use of this website and its contents. This includes but is not limited to any damage or loss suffered as a result of:
i. reliance on the contents contained in or available from this website
ii. any errors or omissions on this website
The contents found on this website are not intended to and do not in any way constitute legal or professional advice of any kind.
Two Shires Medical Practice may make improvements and / or changes to this website’s features, functionality or content at any time.
We want our website to be viewable to everyone, irrespective of personal, physical or cognitive ability or the technological device being used. In line with this commitment, we follow the Accessibility Guidelines defined by the work group WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative), part of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
This website has been designed and developed to meet W3C Assessibility Level AA. Furthermore, the website coding, wherever possible, passes the validations of the W3C.
The principle measures adopted for guaranteeing accessibility include the following:
Size of Text
The fonts used have relative dimensions, such that the user can control the size from their browser
Colours and Contrast
The website does not rely on colour for navigation or hierarchy of information. The colour of text and graphical elements has been chosen to ensure sufficient colour contrast to meet Level AA Assessibility standards.
Design, browsing and interactivity
The aim has been to achieve coherent browsing throughout the website, using the same structural schemas on all pages.
If you have any questions or queries relating to these terms, please contact us.