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Please note the surgery will be closed from 12.30pm - 2.30pm on Tuesday 9th October 2018 for a Practice Team Meeting.

FLU CLINICS 2018

  • Friday the 28th of September AM Victoria Cross Surgery , PM Eldene Health Centre

  • Friday the 5th of October AM at Eldene Health Centre, PM Victoria Cross Surgery

  • Saturday the 13th of October at Victoria Cross Surgery

  • Saturday the 10th of November at Victoria Cross Surgery

  • October Half Term 2018 Children's Flu clinics at Victoria Cross and Eldene Health Centre

**Flu Clinics are now available to book at Victoria Cross Surgery and Eldene Health Centre**

Please note: Patients can book appointment at either site

EXTENDED HOURS FOR ELDENE HEALTH CENTRE

With effect from 3rd of September 2018 Dr Rao will be undertaking an evening clinic 5.45pm - 8.30pm. These appointments are aimed at patients who cannot attend during core hours.

PHLEBOTOMY SERVICE

Our Phlebotomist Jackie will be available to take Blood Tests every Monday 8.30am - 2.00pm.

Prescription requests can be left at Eldene Health Centre - Posted or faxed to us.

Always clearly mark the items required.

We are unable to take prescription requests over the phone.

NEW SERVICE PROVIDED BY CCG

The NHS Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) service is the easy way for you to order your repeat prescription!

All it takes is a simple phone call that you can make from the comfort of your own home – there’s no need to go into your GP practice or pharmacy.

You’ll also speak to a trained prescription clerk who can discuss your needs meaning you’ll only order medication when you need it – saving the NHS money to spend on other important services.

Contact POD on 01793 683755

Please allow 72 hours before collection of prescriptions.

You may need to see the doctor or the practice nurse at regular intervals to review your condition and treatment before re-authorisation is made. Prescriptions usually need to be re-authorised every 6 months. However, this may be done by the doctor and an appointment may not be necessary. You will be informed if the doctor needs to see you.

Patients with Diabetes, Heart Disease, High Blood Pressure, Asthma or COPD should make an appointment with the Practice Nurse and/or Health Care Assistant when asked to do so. This will ensure that repeat prescriptions can be issued without delay.

 

                                                                                                        

 
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