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  • Supplying face mask exemption letters to patients
    • The Government guidance suggests there is no requirement for evidence for exemption. It should be sufficient for someone to declare that they are eligible for an exemption direct with the person questioning them (e.g bus driver).

      Practices are therefore not required to provide letters of support for those who fall under the list of exemptions, or to those who do not fall under the list of exemptions.

    • CORONAVIRUS UPDATE- Please click here for updates

    • APPOINTMENT SESSION CHANGE: We are now offering on the day appointments from 10:45am. Please call the surgery at 9am to book in these appointments.
    • CARER: If you are a carer we want to hear from you! We want to offer support to you where you need the most. You can find out more information by clicking HERE.
    • CLINICAL PHARMACY: Please see below information regarding the clinical pharmacist who will be at the surgery on certain days.

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    • CQC Rating:

    On the 27th September 2017 the surgery had its CQC visit. The surgery scored GOOD in all domains. Please see below.

    CQC rating

    • LARC/ Womens Health Clinic:

    LARC/ Womens Health Clinicruns every Wednesday from 2:30. Check out the LARC Clinic section under services for more details.

    • Hepatitis A

           Currently there is a nation wide shortage of Hepatitis A travel vaccinations. If you require Hep A for travel please go to your local NOMAD or other travel        vaccine centre. However if you require the vaccine due to the ongoing hepatitis outbreak mainly affecting MSM, hepatitis A vaccine is now available at            your local GUM clinic. Please see links to both clinics.

            NOMAD Travel Clinic     City Doc Travel Clinic      London Travel Clinic    Local GUM Clinic

    • Friends and Family Testing (FFT)

    If your current up to date mobile number is given to us, after each appointment a short three question survey will be sent to you. We would be grateful if you could answer.

    • Text Messages

    The surgery will be using text messages to contact our patients. This could be confirmation/reminders of appointments or to ask patients to contact the surgery for example. Please ensure that we have up to date contact details for you and your family.

    • Patient Access/ NHS APP

    GP online services allow you to access a range of services via your computer or mobile. Once you have signed up, you will be able to:

    The service is free. Everyone who is registered with a GP can have access to their practice's online services.

    • Parking Restrictions

    Please note that you cannot park in the residential bays from 9:00-6:30pm. Please also be aware that neighbouring roads are all resident permit parking only. Metered parking is available on Cornwall road, and free street parking is available on Alton Road, Keston Road, Ripon Road, Downshill Park Road and Kirkstall Avenue from 9:30 - 2:00. After that the free street parking changed to residential.

    • Did you know....you can now see a GP at the weekend?

    We are very pleased to be offering weekend appointments to our patients. These appointments are available at a local health centre and can be booked through our receptionists or by yourself on 0330 053 9499. We are encouraging people to use this service which provides additional appointments to fit in with your busy lifestyles. Patients can see a GP, nurse or healthcare assistant over the weekend for routine GP appointments, health checks and treatments. People with long term health conditions such asthma and diabetes can also access these appointments.

    • Your pharmacist may be able to help with (MINOR AILMENT SERVICES):

    • Pertussis (Whooping cough) immunisation is available to all expecting mothers from 20 weeks and up to 32 weeks.
    • Men ACWY: Children aged 14 (school year 9) will be offered the Men ACWY vaccine in school as part of the routine adolescent schools programme alongside the 3-in-1 teenage booster, and as a direct replacement for the Men C Vaccination. Students going to university or college for the first time, including overseas and mature students up to the age of 25 also can have the Men ACWY vaccination at the practice.

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