SICKNESS & DIARRHOEA
Please be aware that our receptionists are unable to make appointments for patients who have sickness and diarrhoea. For information and advice, please go to www.nhs.uk/Gastroenteritis/Introduction.
If you feel that you do need to be seen by a nurse or a GP, please call and request a call back from the nurse to discuss.
You don't normally need to see your GP if you think you have gastroenteritis, as it should get better on its own. Visiting your GP surgery can put others at risk, so it's best to call the surgery or 111 if you feel you need advice.
FLU VACCINATION 2016
Please contact the surgery for an appointment, alternatively - if you have an appointment at Mayflower Medical Centre, please ask for your flu jab at the same time.
For more information on the flu vaccine, go to: NHS - Flu
Temporary Suspension of Registrations
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ON LINE PATIENT ACCESS
Register at:https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Register to obtain access to order your prescriptions, and check allergies and immunisations recorded from your home computer or mobile phone. You will need to attend the surgery between 10 am and 4pm with your identification - one photo ID and one letter or bank statement. Alternatively, please contact Mayflower Medical Centre if you would prefer to collect a form from reception.
NHS Friends and Family Test
If you require a Doctor when we are closed please telephone our usual number 01255 201299 so you can speak to the 111 service.
Our Mission Statement: We aim to provide high quality cost-effective patient centered healthcare in a responsive, supportive, courteous manner.
(Site updated 10/02/2017)