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The local NHS have arranged for all staff

to attend training on :-

Thursday 14th February 2019

 

 

Patients who require medical advice after this time

should telephone 111 or if the problem is life threatening telephone 999

 

 

PRESCRIPTIONS DUE FOR COLLECTION ON 20 SEPTEMBER WILL NEED TO BE COLLECTED BEFORE 12.00 NOON

 

 

The surgery will re-open at 08.00 on Friday 15th February 2019

 

        We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.

 

 

Telephone Prescription Requests

No Longer Accepted

 

In the interests of patient safety and better telephone access to the surgery for appointments, from 1 May 2018, the Practice can no longer accept prescription requests by phone. The partners have decided the risk of errors are too great and the time often taken to deal with these requests causes too long a delay for patients trying to book an appointment.

 

Alternative methods to request repeat prescriptions are:-

 

  • Request repeat prescriptions online, via the Practice website – please register for online access via Reception.
  • Request repeat prescriptions by post / in person – use the right-hand side of your printed prescription, ticking the medication you require. Post it to the practice or drop it in at reception (include a stamped addressed envelope and we’ll post it out to you).
  • Get your nominated Pharmacy to request and collect your prescription for you – speak to your preferred pharmacist for information on the scheme.

 

 

Please note: Prescriptions are ready for collection from the surgery in 72 hours (3 working days).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Parking

Parking at Martonside Medical Centre has been a problem for many years. The car park is used by all site users and has been known to be abused by drivers who do not have a legitimate reason to use it (eg visiting the hospital).

 

In an attempt to solve the problem and ensure correct usage of the car park, our landlord has installed an Automatic Vehicle Number Recognition camera along with 15 clearly visible warning signs advising customers of the new parking restrictions.

 
  • Vehicles which park for more than one hour will receive a parking fine from an external company.

  • If you are in the surgery for more than one hour and use the car park, it is your responsibility, as the driver, to make the receptionist aware of your vehicle registration details before you leave. The receptionist will be able to authorise your stay and you should not receive a fine.

 

The Practice is not able to dispute this fine on your behalf.

 

 



 
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