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FLU JAB - have you had yours?  If you are eligible, please book now. We have a flu clinic running on Thursday 6 December and other appointments available.  Book on-line or call Reception on 01420 84676.

CERVICAL SMEAR appointments

Smears are booked with our Well Woman-trained nurses, not GPs, so cannot currently be booked using the on-line service - you will need to telephone to make an appointment.  We are delighted to be able to offer these in some of our Improving Access clinics (between 6:30pm and 8pm and on some Saturdays, which we know is helpful. 

OUT-OF-HOURS NUMBER: 111

Do you have a medical concern but don't think a face-to-face consultation is necessary? Try eConsult - see home page.

ARE YOU A CARER?

If you spend time caring for a family member or somebody else - please let Reception know. See Information for Carers tab on the right for more info

Winter Newsletter - out now - see Latest News.

Telephone Advice

Urgent matters

telephoneOur Rapid Access Team  (8.00am to 6.30pm), is available to help you if you have an urgent problem. Simply call 01420 84676 and ask for the Rapid Access (duty) Team. The receptionist will ask you a few questions to help the team understand the importance of your call and a telephone number you can be reached on. Please ensure you are going to be available on the number your leave for the return call.  Our reception staff are bound by the same Confidentiality Policy as our clinical staff.

Routine enquiries

Our doctors and nurses are happy to contact patients by telephone for matters that may not need a face-to-face consultation (or even to discuss whether a face-to-face consultation is required). Contact reception or complete an EConsult to arrange this. Please indicate  whether the request is for urgent advice or concerning a routine matter. You will be asked on which number you can be contacted. Please ensure you are going to be able to take call on that number. It is frustrating for you and the doctor/nurse to miss the call.

 
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