Changes to appointment system
All requests for appointments with a doctor on the day for urgent clinical matters will be handled by one of two Duty Doctors who will be working from either surgery
When you contact the surgery your details will be given to one of the Duty Doctors who will return your call. You will be assessed and, if necessary, will be offered an appointment that day with one of the Duty Doctors – this might be at either surgery. It might also be appropriate for the Duty Doctor to deal with your problem over the telephone. The Duty Doctor may also feel that you may benefit from assessment the following day or later in the week with your own GP.
Do we have your current contact details?
Help us keep in touch...do we have your current email and postal addresses, mobile and landline telephone numbers? Update at your surgery or via link at bottom of home page
We can use your email address to send you reminders when your review appointments are due, newsletters and information about the Practice.
Text message reminders about forthcoming appointments can be sent to your personal mobile phone and you will also be able to cancel appointments by text
Please read this statement regarding futher use of your contact details How we use your mobile telephone number and/or email address
We are extremely grateful to the majority of our patients who advise us when they are unable to attend. It is very important that appointments are cancelled when no longer needed. Why not sign up for text reminders? You can also use this service to cancel an appointment via text message. The number of patients failing to attend appointments has reduced as a result of more patients signing up for this service. Thank you.
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Sharing Patient Information
Please read these patient information leaflets and letter from Dr Newman
Summary Care Record
Sharing Patient Information - Dr Newman
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