Surgery practice manager set to retire

PUBLISHED: 15:38 25 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:42 11 May 2010

Yvonne Buckley and colleagues at the Roysia Surgery, Royston.

Yvonne Buckley and colleagues at the Roysia Surgery, Royston.

AFTER 14 years service at Roysia surgery in Royston, practice manager Yvonne Buckley is retiring. Yvonne, who came to the Burns Road surgery in 1994, will leave at the end of the month. She said: Before I became practice manager I was on reception, so I

AFTER 14 years service at Roysia surgery in Royston, practice manager Yvonne Buckley is retiring.

Yvonne, who came to the Burns Road surgery in 1994, will leave at the end of the month.

She said: "Before I became practice manager I was on reception, so I've got to know a lot of the patients over the years."

She is eagerly anticipating retirement, although she has yet to make definite plans for the future.

"I have one grandchild in Leicester, and another on the way in Somerset, so I suspect we'll be doing plenty of visiting.

"I'm looking forward to my retirement, but I'll miss everyone at the surgery."

Yvonne will be enjoying a party with her colleagues to celebrate her retirement.

Clare Hyland has taken over as practice manager. She was assistant practice manager at a surgery in Hitchin before accepting her new role.

She said: "Yvonne has been showing me the ropes, but her's will be difficult shoes to fill.

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