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https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/covid-pass/get-your-covid-pass-letter/

We are pleased to announce we have recruited a Community Paramedic who started with us on 1st July-Mrs Pallavi Pai. We also have another new salaried GP joining us on 3rd August-Dr Avanus Hong. Please welcome them both.


We are pleased to announce we have a new Salaried GP joining us on 1st June, Dr Sangeeta Thangjam. Please welcome her.


PLEASE NOTE ALL APPOINTMENTS WOULD BE A TELEPHONE CALL/TRIAGE AND ONLY VISIT THE SURGERY WHEN THE CLINICIAN ADVISES YOU TO. PLEASE WEAR A FACE MASK/COVERING FOR ALL FACE-TO-FACE CONSULTATIONS.

We offer late night appointments on Monday and Tuesday. These will be 6:30-8pm. Please ask reception to book an appointment.


Please see the following link regards government guidance on wearing face masks and any exemption: www.keepsafe.org.uk/mask

See the latest advice about who should self isolate:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-on-shielding-and-protecting-extremely-vulnerable-persons-from-covid-19

WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT THE SURGERY HAS ACHIEVED AN OVERALL RATING OF GOOD AT OUR RECENT CQC INSPECTION.

Our surgery is now taking new patients. Please register at reception.

PLEASE SEE THE 'CARERS DIRECT' LINK ON THE SIDE (NUMBER 5) TO REGISTER YOUR DETAILS AS A CARER

The surgery is closed everyday for lunchtime between 12:30 and 13:30. The phone lines will be open for emergency calls only during this time with normal service resuming at 13:30.

closed_signWhen We Are Closed

If you call 01474 352075 when the surgery is closed, you will hear a recorded message asking you to hang-up and redial NHS 111.

 

Any calls to the out-of-hours service will be recorded. Calls to 111 are free of charge whether you call from a landline or mobile.

 

Please note NHS 111 has replaced NHS Direct and Dentaline and is the number you should use to access urgent medical care when it is not a 999 emergency. 


In a genuine emergency you should call 999. Chest pains and / or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

 
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