From July 24th 2020 everyone is required to wear a face covering when entering a shop or business. This is in addition to wearing one on Public Transport, which has … [continue] Face Coverings
Unfortunately the hearing aid clinic due on 23rd March has been cancelled. As soon as we have the date of a new clinic we will post the information on our … [continue] Hearing aid maintenance clinic
The surgery cannot provide swab tests for patients who think they have symptoms of Covid-19; these tests are organised centrally. You need to use the government website via this link: … [continue] Swab Tests For Covid Symptoms
This year there will not be open booking for flu appointments, it will be by invite only. We are following NHS England guidelines to ensure our vulnerable and over 65 … [continue] Flu Clinic Invites
We are currently experiencing unprecedented demand on our services. A very busy winter walk-in clinic would have no more than 100-115 patients requesting an appointment; we are now regularly receiving … [continue] Extremely High Appointment Demand
We are upgrading to the next phase of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which will mean that almost all our prescriptions will be processed electronically from mid September 2020 Electronic … [continue] Changes to Prescriptions
From May 2019 we will be triaging by telephone all home visit requests to ensure the clinical need is appropriate. This will not impact on genuinely bedbound or palliative patients. … [continue] IMPORTANT – Change to Home Visits
Contributions from patients of the surgery during PPG fund-raising activities have made it possible for the PPG to donate a new ear irrigator and seven chairs with arms for the … [continue] PPG
If you need to telephone the surgery please listen carefully to the options listed. Pressing option 1 will take you through to our reception team who are all trained Care … [continue] Sign posting
Please be aware that we DO NOT accept telephone requests for medication and allow 48 working hours for your prescription to be ready.
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There is currently a measles outbreak, and there have been several cases in Kent. It is important that any eligible person should have two MMR vaccinations according to the national … [continue] MEASLES
This service is designed to make it easier for patients to access urgent local healthcare services. From its launch, there will be 3 numbers that patients need to know in … [continue] Introduction of the new NHS 111 Service
WE ARE PART OF THE GOVERNMENT PILOT SCHEME TO GIVE PATIENTS GREATER CHOICE OVER WHERE THEY CAN BE SEEN BY A GP PRACTICE. PATIENTS CAN NOW: REGISTER WITH A PRACTICE … [continue] Patient choice
It is the nature of General Practice that some interruptions are unavoidable. Never-the-less if you are kept waiting then the commonest reason is that patients ahead of you have taken … [continue] “Why is the doctor always running late?” patients ask.
All the doctors and staff would like to thank those patients who have so generously donated to our equipment fund. Rest assured your gift to the practice is put towards … [continue] Our thanks
In order to order a repeat prescription on line or to book or cancel an appointment, you will need to register forPatient Access. Please ask reception for a registration form … [continue] Online appointment and prescription services have changed