Mon, 03 Mar 2014 10:13:59 +0000
Dr. Mone to retire at the end of March.
After 27 years in the practice Dr. Mone is to retire at the end of March.
It has not been an easy decision, says Dr. Mone, but I realise it is the right time for me. There comes a time when you realise that you have to cut back on what you do. That is how it is for me. Although I am retiring from full time general practice, I will continue to work in the Musculoskeletal Service for Mid Yorkshire and, most probably, I will work some sessions as a GP in the district on top of that.
He added, I have been blessed by having wonderful people to work with who have shown me support and friendship and always have and will work hard to be the best they can to provide quality general practice to their patients. The patients have been wonderful and have accepted me (I can think of no higher accolade) as an honorary Yorkshire man, although my love for sport and rugby league in particular does help. It has been a privilege to part of this community and I wish you every health and good wishes for the future, safe in the knowledge that the practice is the most capable hands possible.