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Our new telephone system is now installed and running smoothly. Please be aware that all calls are now recorded

From Monday the 15th June  you are required to wear a non medical face covering when attending the practice- Thank you for your co operation in this 

To allow us time for staff training so that we are up to date on important topics such as resuscitation, both surgeries will be closed this Thursday 18th June from 12 noon

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From Monday 8th June we are opening the surgery main door at Edlesborough for prescription collection and pre booked appointments only  

To book appointments and for queries we ask you to phone us.

Please do not come to the surgery unless you have medication to collect or have a pre booked appointment.

We have marked out a one way system within the practice at both sites with tape to mark 2 metres. I think we are by now all used to spacing – please please be prepared to wait outside if the maximum number of patients are in the practice

If you are unwell with a fever, cough or loss of taste/ smell please call 111- under no circumstances should you come to the practice. For the protection of staff and other patients, patients with these symptoms are being assessed at a central hub.

Thank you for helping us to keep the footfall in the surgery to a minimum so that we can offer you the best possible service whilst observing good social distancing.

 

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The lab at Luton and Dunstable have let us know that they have a temporary problem with obtaining the supplies they need to do blood tests- With apologies we are unable to take any bookings for routine bloods tests until this is rectified. They tell is it will be a few weeks- This is a nationwide problem. 

Our practices are open for prebooked appointments and prescription collection only. 

Please do not come to the surgery unless you have medication to collect or have a pre booked appointment. Please feel free to wear a non medical face covering.

To book appointments and for queries we ask you to phone us.

We have marked out a one way system at both sites with tape to mark 2 metres. – please please be prepared and equipped to wait outside if the maximum number of patients is in the practice.

If you are unwell with a fever, cough or loss of taste/ smell please call 111- under no circumstances should you come to the practice. For the protection of staff and other patients, patients with these symptoms are being assessed at a central hub.

Thank you for helping us to keep the footfall in the surgery to a minimum so that we can offer you the best possible service whilst observing good social distancing.

World Health Organisation  link to WHO information

We are very pleased to share the results of the latest national survey

which asked patients their opinion of our service- Our staff work very

hard to provide the best service they can and the results of this clearly reflect

the good job they do. Well done and thank you to all the patients who responded.

National Patient survey

Buckinghamshire CCG - Ordering repeat medicines Aug 2018

Following successful trial in other areas- Bucks CCG is requiring that from 1.8.18 only prescription requests from patients or their carers will be accepted- exception can be made if this would cause great difficulty for patients in accessing their medications. 

The evidence is that is patients or carers order medications there is much less waste saving the NHS money without reduction in treatment




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