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IMPORTANT NOTICES FOR ALL PATIENTS

 

 

PLEASE DO NOT ATTEND THE SURGERY IF YOU ARE SUFFERING FROM ANY ACUTE FEVER/ SORE THROAT/ COUGH  OR/AND HAVE RETURNED FROM A HIGH RISK AREA OR BEEN IN CONTACT WITH A COVID19-POSITIVE PATIENT

 

PLEASE MAKE CONTACT BY TELEPHONE TO THE SURGERY ON 90747361 OR RING NHS 111

 

UP-TO DATE INFORMATION IS AVAILABLE FROM THE PUBLIC HEALTH WEBSITE BY CLICKING BELOW

 

 

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Missed appointments and non-attendance

Unfortuantely, due to the numbers of missed appointments, the

Practice has been forced to introduce a strict Did not attend

policy.  

This means that should you miss 2 or more appointments in a

period of 6 months you WILL be sent a warning letter.  

You may also be removed from the Practice list if you repeatedly

miss appointments despite warnings.

 

Please ensure that you attend your appointments or at the very

least cancel those you are unable to attend - appointments need to

be cancelled with at least 1 hours notice.

 

Tips to remember you appointment date include: putting note on

fridge, adding reminder to phone, writing in diary etc

CHANGE OF OPENING HOURS

 

From Tues 1st October 2019, Practice opening hours will be as follows:

8.30am-1.00pm & 2.00pm-5.00pm

Closed daily 1.00pm-2.00pm

 

We appreciate your co-operation with these changes

 

CORONAVIRUS - IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Practice Area

Please be aware that, due to issues concerning patient safety, the

Practice operates within a strict patient boundary.

This means that we are only able to accept / retain patients who reside

within a set area.

 

Should you move to an address not included in this area, you will

unfortunately be asked to find a new doctor.

 

Please note that this is Practice Policy and standard procedure, as

agreed with both Health & Social Care Board and BSO.  

 

Unfortunately there can be no exceptions to this policy nor can it be judged on an individual patient to patient basis.

 

 

 

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