Noticeboard

eConsult is a great way to get clinical advice for your condition, however, it is worth remembering that each consultation takes a significant of time to review and there are lots of other ways to get advice. Also you will not get an instant response to these so if it is urgent please call the practice or contact 111.

Your local pharmacist is also there for you as an expert in medicines. They can offer advice for certain ailments. They will also know when you need to contact a GP or another more urgent service. 

Remember if the situation is urgent you can contact NHS 111 by visiting www.111.nhs.uk or by calling 111. They can also support with a mental health crisis if you select option 2.

You don’t need to see a GP to refer yourself for some mental health services. Find out more at https://www.hpft.nhs.uk/services/community-services/wellbeing-service/ If you are worried about your mental health and any harm you may cause yourself please contact your practice.

Remember to always dial 999 straight away when it is a real emergency, for example if you think someone is having a heart attack or a stroke.

We are here for you when you need us – how to access services

If you need the help of a GP, practice nurse or other health professional that works in our surgery, we are here for you.

GP practices are busier than they have ever been and we want you to know how to get the help you need from us.

There are some things that patients can do to help make sure we can see everyone who needs us, as quickly as possible. Please continue to contact us by phone or online as this helps us to manage people entering our practice building; it is much better if you don’t come to the practice unless you have an appointment. We need to keep social distancing in our practice building to keep everyone safe, we also ask that you always wear a mask while in the surgery. Please remember that appointments are a set amount of time so it is only safe to discuss one or two health issues. If you have more to discuss please mention this when you speak to reception staff.

Please continue to use general practice when you need to, we are open and there for you.

Thank you for your support.

CLINIC TIMES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

Dr Masood

8.30 – 11am

Midwife

9.15 – 12pm

Midwife discharge clinic

12.30 - 1.30pm

Dr Shazeb

8.30 – 11am

 Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

(Child Immunisation)

2.00 – 3.30pm

Dr Shazeb

Child development

2.30 - 3pm

 Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

4– 6pm

Dr Shazeb

3.00 – 5pm

Dr Masood

3:30 – 6pm

 

Dr Masood

8.30 – 11am

 Dr Shazeb

8.30 – 11am

 Phlebotomist

9.00 – 11am

 Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

11am – 1pm

Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

3.00 – 6pm

 Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

Dr Masood

3:30 – 6pm

Dr Shazeb

3.00 – 5pm

 

Dr Masood

8.30 – 11am

 Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

11 – 1pm

Dr Shazeb

8.30 – 11am

Jennifer Sherwood

(HCA)

8:30 - 11am

Dr Shazeb

3.00 – 5pm

 

Dr Masood

8.30 – 11am

 Phlebotomist

10.30 -11.30am

 Alison Clarke

(Nurse Practitioner)

Minor Illness

11am– 1pm

2:00 - 6pm

Jennifer SherwoodJ

(HCA)

8:30 - 12am

Dr Masood

3:30 – 6pm

 

 

 

 

 

Phlebotomist

8.30 – 9.30am

Dr Shazeb

8.30 – 11am

Dr(Locum)

3 - 5pm 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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