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OUT OF HOURS SERVICE please call 111

EXTENDED HOURS - as from Monday 20 November 2017

In addition to the Practice's normal opening hours and additional Surgery opening times, you can also book an appointment to see a local clinician in the evenings or on a Saturday or Sunday across South Worcestershire.  GP Practices are working together to provide extended access appointments to our patients.  This means that your extended access appointment might be with a different GP or nurse, or based in a different location or Practice than you are used to, and some of these appointments are telephone only.  These appointments are pre-bookable by contacting the Surgery during our opening times - when calling please ask for an extended access appointment and our Receptionists will help you to find a convenient appointment. 

BOOKING APPOINTMENTS AND ORDERING PRESCRIPTIONS VIA THE INTERNET

We now have a number of appointments that can be booked on line.  Please see PATIENT ACCESS, item 3 under 'further information' on the right of this page for more guidance.

 Repeat Prescriptions

 

Repeat prescriptions may be ordered in the following way:

a) In writing

b) Via a Pharmacy

c) Via the PATIENT  ACCESS website

d)Via our link to the PATIENT ACCESS website (see item 4 under 'further information' on the right hand side of this page

e) By fax 01684 893664

BANK HOLIDAYS AND SURGERY CLOSURES

Please see 'Further Information' column to the right of the Home page.

Bereavements

WHAT TO DO IN TIME OF BEREAVEMENT

If Death Occurs at Home

  1. Telephone for a doctor to visit
  2. Contact a funeral director
  3. The doctor will issue a medical certificate of cause of death for collection as soon as possible.  This will usually be the following day.  If it is necesary for the doctor to report the death to the coroner, this will be done as soon as possible.
  4. Once the medical certificate of cause of death has been collected, it must then be taken to the registrar who will register the death and provide you with a death certificate.


 
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