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The Practice has been awarded a Certificate of Accreditation for meeting the standards required to become an Armed Forces Veteran Friendly Accredited Practicemore ABOUT VETERAN FRIENDLY ACCREDITATION
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In recent months we have seen a rise in the numbers of patients attending and being admitted to our hospitals with Covid.
As part of the national policy of living with Covid, and in line with recent NHS guidelines, from October 2022, the requirement to wear a masks on practice premises is reinstated.
This also applies more widely to the NHS in all clinic, ward and outpatient areas where mask wearing has been re-instated. Visitors will be instructed to wear a mask on entry to a ward or clinic.
Please do not come to the surgery if you have covid-19 symptoms. Please click the button below for further information about what to do if you have or might have COVID-19.COVID-19 WHAT TO DO
Most patients with lasting symptoms after Covid-19 will be managed by their GP. If symptoms have not improved after 12 weeks, patients may be referred to a new service. The Long Covid Triage and Assessment Service brings a range of health professionals together to ensure that patients with more complex rehabilitation needs are referred to the correct clinical support pathway. Your GP will be able to refer you to this service. For more details, download the leaflet below:LEAFLET LONG COVID SERVICE
Due to the increased pressure on our practice and shortage of staff we have changed the categories of patients who can order prescriptions by phone.
From 22 November 2022, only those who are aged 70 and over will be able to ring for re-issue of their repeat medications. The phone line will only be open between 2pm and 5pm Monday to Friday.
Patients who do not fit the above criteria can order their repeat medications via the NHS App by signing up to online services, by dropping the repeat list into the surgery, by post - or email giving name, date of birth, address and a list of requested medications. To email a prescription request, click the button below: