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Prescriptions:

From 1st May the practice will no longer accept telephone repeat prescription requests.

You can very simply order your repeat prescriptions via the NHS App OR

Sign up to our Systmone on line system OR

Ask your preferred pharmacy to order your medication for you.

We have taken this action as we have found that it is safer and more efficient for you to order the medication that you require at any given time

 

COVID 19 UPDATE

Although the vaccine has been fantastic in reducing the spread of Covid-19. The numbers of infections and deaths appear to be rising this Autumn/Winter.  As a result of the rise in cases, Orchard Medical Practice will continue to maintain extra infection control processes.

We respectively ask that ALL patients continue to wear face coverings when coming into the Health Centre.  If you do not have access to a face covering we will be happy to provide you with either a surgical face mask or a face shield prior to you entering the Health Centre.

We continue to offer triage on all patients requesting access to a GP.  If a GP feels that you need further examination, they may ask for you to attend a face to face appointment, this will usually be on the same day if needed.

Patients that are suspected of having respiratory symptoms as a result of Covid-19 may be asked to attend the surgery and will be seen in a separate part of the building. Which has been isolated from the general population, you will be advised what to do if this is the case.

You should NOT come into the surgery if you think you might have Covid-19 or have the symptoms suggestive of the virus.


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The above information is from www.nhs.uk

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