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Appointments during the Covid-19 Pandemic

In line with Government and NHS England guidelines we have now adopted a fully triaged appointment system.    

calendarTo  request an appointment to see a GP, please contact the surgery between 8.30am and 6.00pm Monday to Friday and the receptionist will arrange for a GP to call you back in the first instance.  Please ensure we have an up to date contact number for you.

MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFriday
AM

Dr Patten

Dr Nash

Dr Perkins 

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Sandra Chadwick (AIC)

John Clay Paramedic

Dr Patten

Dr Nash

Dr Sampson

Dr Perkins (alternate Weeks)

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Sandra Chadwick (AIC)

John Clay (Paramedic)

Dr Sampson

Dr Nash/Dr Patten (alt weeks)

Dr Perkins 

Sandra Chadwick (AIC)

Dr Patten

Dr Sampson

Dr Perkins 

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Clare Bick (AIC)

Dr Patten

Dr Sampson

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Clare Bick (AIC)

John Clay (Paramedic)

PM       

Dr Patten

Dr Nash

Dr Perkins  

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Sandra Chadwick (AIC)

John Clay (Paramedic)

Dr Patten

Dr Nash

Dr Sampson

Dr Perkins  (alternate weeks)

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Sandra Chadwick (AIC)

John Clay (Paramedic)

Dr Sampson

Dr Nash / Dr Patten (Alt weeks)

Dr Perkins  

Sandra Chadwick (AIC)

Dr Patten

Dr Sampson

Dr Perkin  

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Clare Bick (AIC)

Dr Patten

Dr Sampson

Dr Siese (Registrar)

Clare Bick (AIC)

John Clay (Paramedic)

 

Extended Hours

We understand that some patients find it difficult to access GP appointments during normal surgery hours, so we now offer the following late GP appointments on

Monday   6.30pm - 8.00pm  GP, Minor Illness Clinic,  Nurse and HCA

These appointments are bookable in advance.  Please call 01736 363340 to make an appointment in the late surgery.

ONE APPOINTMENT FOR ONE PROBLEM PLEASE

If you have more than one issue to discuss, please do ask for more than one appointment with the doctor/in the acute illness clinic.

Our appointment system allows 8 minutes for you and your doctor to talk, make a diagnosis, agree a plan of action, and organise any prescriptions or tests you need. Although we try to work fast, we cannot manage to do this well, and safely, for more than one problem within that time. Please don?t be offended if we ask you to book a separate appointment for a separate problem ? it enables you to be cared for properly - by making sure we have time to do it. Thank you.

POLICY FOR LATE ARRIVALS FOR APPOINTMENTS

Patients have a duty to attend for pre-booked appointments with all clinicians promptly, and to take into account logistical difficulties or the time involved in travelling to the surgery.

The practice will, as far as practicable, see patients who arrive late, however this may be at the end of surgery and will therefore involve a considerable wait for those who do not wish to re-book. 

The following general provisions will apply:

Less than 5 minutes late

 The patient will be marked as an arrival in their pre-booked “slot” and a note will be added under the appointment to say they arrived  xxxx mins late.  The doctor or nurse will call them in at the first available opportunity. The patient should be advised of this and that there may be some delay while they are fitted in.

More than 5 minutes, less than 15 minutes late

The patient will be advised that as they are a late arrival the Receptionist will have to ask the GP/Nurse if they are able to see them on to the end of the surgery list, and they will therefore have a considerable delay (depending on the time). They may be seen during the surgery only if the doctor has an unexpected gap, in which case they will be called in. The patient should be encouraged to re-book.

 More than 15 minutes late

The patient has clearly missed the appointment, and will be asked to rebook. Where there is an indication of clinical urgency they may need to be added to the end of the surgery list after consultation with the Nurse/GP.

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