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Local Resources For Very High Risk Patients (Covid-19)

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Evening & Weekend Appointments 

The Rescheduling Of Gabapentin And Pregabalin To A Schedule 3 Controlled Drug

Phlebotomy (Blood Test) Clinic Changes

Phlebotomy Blood tests are now run from our Fender Way branch. You can book your blood test by calling either of the surgeries. Clinics are run Monday to Friday, 08:30am to 13:00pm. You can now also book blood test appointments via the Patient Access or MyGp app - look for the (Blood Tests (Fender Way Health Centre)) slots. Please only book these if you have be asked to have a blood test by a medical professional. Please take your blood form along with you to your appointment.

Changes To Prescribing Of Over The Counter Medicines

Changes to OTC prescribing

Pharmacy Stock Shortage

Pharmacy Stock Shortage Notice

Research Feedback Survey

Have you taken part in NHS Research during the last 3 years? @NIHRCRN_nwcoast would like you to share your feedback via The Patient Research Experience Survey. Take the survey here; Research Survey - The survey is anonymous and results will be published in April 2018. Thank you.

Automated Booking System

As of Wednesday the 26th of April 2017 Claughton Medical Centre will be introducing an Auto-Attendant Telephone System. The System (Patient Partner) allows patients to Book, Cancel, Check or Change routine Doctors appointments 24 hours a day 7 days a week. We hope this system will help ease phone congestion at the busiest times of the day. 

Named GP

All practices are required to provide all patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibilty for the care and support that the surgery provides to them. This does not prevent a patient from seeing any GP in the practice as he/she currently does. If you wish to know who your named GP is please contact the surgery.

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