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FLU VACCINATIONS NOW AVAILABLE

PLEASE CONTACT THE PRACTICE ON 01623 551015 TO BOOK YOURS


Staff updates

We would like to say a big welcome to our new Practice Nurse Sophie. She will be working at the practice Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. 

Gemma, Phlebotomist, will be available for clinics every day.

We also have two new receptions Adela and Emma. 

The practice now has two First Contact Physiotherapists at the practice. Owen works on a Wednesday and Antony on a Friday. To see one of the First Contact Physiotherapists you will require a referral from a clinician at the practice. 

We now have two pharmacists employed by the Primary Care Network working at the practice. Pranal (m) works on a Monday and Wednesday and Rohit (m) on a Wednesday. 

Our Practice Pharmacist Cheren is currently on maternity leave and should be returning in March 2021. 


Citizen's Advice Bureau now hold a clinic at King's Medical Centre on the first Monday of the month. No appointment necessary!


From Spring 2020, the law around organ donation in England is changing. To find out about your choices, including how to opt out, visit organdonation.nhs.uk or call 0300 303 2094. Please see the attachment for more details - organ-donation-law-in-england-factsheet.pdf


New NHS App!!

If you are a patient at our practice, you can now use the new NHS App, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet.

You can use the NHS App to check your symptoms and get instant advice, book appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your GP medical record and more.

If you already use SystmOnline, you can continue to use it. You can use the NHS App as well.

For more information, go to www.nhs.uk/nhsapp


MJOG Text Messaging Service

We are running a new text messaging service (MJOG). This service enables you to cancel your appointment by replying ‘CANCEL’. You can also respond to practice questions and can receive reminders for your annual reviews.

To download MJOG Messenger, visit www.mjog.com/messenger

Mjog


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