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Prescriptions

Should you need to order an urgent prescription, these requests need to be in before 10:30am. This then gives us time to process and the prescription will be ready at 5:30pm on that day.  This service is for emergency requests only - please do not abuse this service and order your routine repeat prescriptions in a timely manner, with 48 hours notice.

Hepatitis B - Travel Vaccinations

Following recent Public Health England guidance we are no longer routinely able to provide Hepatitis B vaccines for travel. There is a national shortage after production problems with the vaccine. Therefore practices are instructed to prioritise Hepatitis vaccines to ensure those with highest clinical risk are vaccinated. We are still awaiting guidance to when this may be resolved.

Self Care Forum - Chronic pain - Patient Advice

Please view the link below to see helpful advice on a wide range of conditions.

http://www.selfcareforum.org/fact-sheets/

www.lincolnshirewestccg.nhs.uk/chronic-pain

Booking Appointments

Appointments can be made by speaking to the receptionists or online. Routine appointments are 10 minutes; patients are reminded that only one problem should be discussed in an appointment.

Emergency appointments - these are available for urgent problems and can be arranged for the same day. You may not be able to see your usual doctor and the appointment may be shorter than a routine appointment.

All appointments are made by telephoning the surgery and speaking to a receptionist or online, if you would like to register to book or cancel your appointment online, please leave your details at reception.

Advanced Nurse Practitioner

We now have an advanced nurse practitioner working at the practice. She can prescribe medication, arrange referrals and request tests and treatments. Advanced Nurse Practitioners can see a vast range of conditions and appointment are usually available every day for on the day requests.

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