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We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Christmas Opening Times 2014:
24th December, Christmas Eve: Open as usual
25th December, Christmas Day: Closed
26th December, Boxing Day: Closed
29th December: Open as usual
30th December: Open as usual
31st December: Open as usual
1st December, New Year's Day: Closed
2nd December: Open as usual
If you feel urgently unwell and we are closed please call 111. For medical emergencies, please call 999.

December 2014: The NHS Friends and Family Test goes live on 1st December. Please see the survey under 'quick links' on the home page. We welcome your feedback. If you want to print a copy to bring into surgery please see details below on the homepage

  http://www.whitleyhouse.co.uk/whttp://www.whitleyhouse.co.uk/website/F81057/files/FFT_Answer_Card.pdfebsite/F81057/files/FFT_Answer_Card.pdf

June 2014: Save Our Surgery - we are in crisis. Please see home page for more information and to support us.

Christmas Opening Times:

We would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

Christmas Opening Times 2014:
24th December, Christmas Eve: Open as usual
25th December, Christmas Day: Closed
26th December, Boxing Day: Closed
29th December: Open as usual
30th December: Open as usual
31st December: Open as usual
1st December, New Year's Day: Closed
2nd December: Open as usual


If you feel urgently unwell and we are closed please call 111. For medical emergencies, please call 999.

Missed Appointments

If you cannot make your appointment please call us and cancel your appointment or cancel it online so that we can offer it to someone else who needs it. If we have your mobile number you will also be sent a reminder text message with the ability to cancel via text message.

Pharmacist Advice and Treatment

You may not need to see a doctor or nurse. Many minor ailments can be treated by visiting your pharmacist - please click here for an information leaflet. The following website also contains lots of useful information for everyday ailments: www.selfcareforum.org

The Mid-Essex Clinical Commissioning Group have asked GPs to reduce their prescribing of the common medications in the following list. These are available over the counter from your pharmacy. To see list please click here

Appointments

**Did you know we now have a nurse Prescriber - Heather Martin - who can see you for acute medical problems, examine you and prescribe appropriate medications** (she cannot treat Children under 12 years old or pregnant ladies)

 

baby_district_nurseWe are able to see you by appointment only. Please telephone us on (01245) 347539 or call into the surgery personally between 8.00am and 6.30pm Monday to Friday.We also have an online appointment booking service. Please ask at reception for details. A normal appointment is 10 minutes and is intended for one person. Please make a separate appointment for each person to be seen. If you feel you need more time then please ask for a double appointment.

There is no restriction as to whom you see in the practice as the doctors provide cover for each other in their absence.

In the event that you need to be seen by a doctor the same day, our receptionist will arrange for you to be seen but not necessarily by the doctor of your choice. Please telephone before 10.00am where possible.

The doctors and nurses will do their best to keep to time but illness is not always predictable and unforeseen events may cause us to run late, in which case we apologise. Our receptionists will keep you informed of any delays.

The surgery offers a chaperoning service. Please make your GP, nurse or receptionist aware if you would like a chaperone present at your consultation.

Telephone Advice

Telephone advice is available from our doctors and nurses. Please ask our reception staff if you require a telephone call and they will be happy to advise on our procedure for this service.

Hearing Disabilities

Our surgery reception is fitted with an induction hearing loop. Please switch your hearing aid to the ‘T’ position and advise reception. Help with booking appointments over the telephone is available from RAD (Royal Association for the Deaf). Please advise reception if you wish to use this facility.

Language Translation

If you need an interpreter for your appointment with a doctor or nurse this can be arranged with Language Line. Please inform reception of your requirement.

 
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