UPDATE 25 AUG 2020: DUE TO INCREASED SPIKE IN COVID19 THE SURGERY WILL NOW BE INTRODUCING TEMPERATURE CHECKS FOR ALL PATIENTS & VISITORS. THANK YOU FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION.
UPDATE : AS FROM 15.06.20 ANYONE ATTENDING THE SURGERY ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR A FACE MASK OR FACE COVERING (EXCEPTION ARE CHILDREN UNDER 2 YRS)
If you want to find the latest information issued by the Government on the Corona Virus please visit https://111.nhs.uk/service/covid-19
PRESCRIPTION UPDATE 19 MARCH
As we try to contain the spread of the Coronavirus, we can no longer accept paper repeat prescriptions. Please visit the “order repeat medication” tab where you can register for our on-line services and request your repeat prescriptions. You will need to ensure your mobile number and email address is correct.
If you are already registered for online services and unable to request or see the medication you require you can add a note for the practice staff, please ensure the spelling and dose is correct. If you need to add a family member to request your medication please email a signed letter, or if this is not possible we will need to contact the patient directly to get verbal consent.
For the elderly or vulnerable people who don’t have a family member or carer who can request your medication please call directly on 01604 876317 or 01604 876314.
PLEASE DO NOT CALL THESE NUMBERS ABOVE FOR ANY OTHER ENQUIRIES AS THEY ARE DEDICATED PRESCRIPTION LINES.
CHANGE TO BOOKING APPOINTMENTS / Ordering Repeat Prescriptions:
Booking Appointments :
Corona Virus update – until further notice to try and stop the spread of the virus you will initially be assessed by a telephone consultation with an Advanced Nurse Practitioner or GP, this does not affect bookings for blood tests and nursing procedures.
Due to the current situation please where-ever possible order your repeat medication using our system on-line, if you do not have access :-
– Register for system online
– Request via email @ firstname.lastname@example.org
– Or message through our website
UPDATE : Any patients concerned that they may have the coronavirus or may have come into contact with someone who has, the NHS 111 online service has created coronavirus pages that tell patients what they should do based on their particular circumstances. These can be accessed at: https://111.nhs.uk/service/covid-19