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Dr Bell is sadly retiring from the Practice at the end of July 2019. He will be sadly missed by us all. We are collating a book of messages for him. You are welcome to come to the surgery to collect a plain piece of card that you can write your own personal message, alternatively you could send an email to edlesborough.admin@nhs.net and we will make sure that your message is included in the book.

WE WOULD LIKE TO LET YOU KNOW THAT OUR CAR PARK AT THE EDLESBOROUGH SITE IS BEING EXTENDED. WORK STARTS ON TUESDAY 18TH JUNE - THERE INEVITABLY WILL BE SOME DISRUPTION IN THE SHORT TERM. PLEASE LEAVE EXTRA TIME TO PARK AND IF YOU ABLE WALK TO THE SURGERY INSTEAD OF BRINGING THE CAR. THANK YOU

Please see links below that may help you decide if you need to book an appointment

When should I worry about my child's symptoms?

NHS Choices Health A to Z Conditions and Treatments

Hay-Fever advice leaflet

Online Access

We are now able to offer on line access to all registered patients.

To comply with Government directives for access to online services we will need to verify your identity in person with photo ID evidence as listed in the 'New patients' tab for registration. This requirement will be for all patients including patients previously registered for the service

Children

Parents/ guardians  can access these services freely for children under the age of 11 years. Once the child becomes 11  this will be removed and we must have their specific permission to allow continued parental access.

When the child attains the age of 16 they must re register themselves.

Thank you for your understanding in helping us to protect your information.

Please click the link below to register for online access. This will give you access to ordering repeat medication, test results and non urgent GP appointments

https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/account/login

 



 
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