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💊🛑End of Covid Restrictions and Changes to our Services🛑💊

As we approach the end of mandatory coronavirus restrictions, we would like to inform you about the changes that have been made to some of the services that our Practice offers.

More appointments are now available to see some clinicians face to face. This will be dependent on the clinical needs of the patient and nature of the appointment. Space in the waiting room will be limited to those with face to face appointments and will not be available any earlier than 5 minutes before your appointment time.

If you are displaying any symptoms of Coronavirus you must also self-isolate and complete a PCR test.

We appreciate that the mandatory wearing of masks is due to be lifted however, as a Practice, we are insisting that patients continue to wear face coverings when inside the building and for the duration of your appointment. This is to protect our vulnerable patients and staff who may be sharing the space.

Thank you for your continued patience, understanding, and support as we get used to another new way of operating.

We remain hopeful that normality is not too far away.

Many thanks,

Dr Q Ahmad, Dr R Boyes, Dr S Whomersley & Dr K Hassan

We are having trouble with our phonelines, it is ongoing and IT have been informed.  I understand that this is frustrating but the reception team are doing their best. 

Please try to be understanding

Thanks everyone 

Veteran Friendly

 

 

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THE LEYLAND COLLABORATIVE

We have been working hard to increase the numbers of appointments available to you. This has involved developing a partnership with other local practices, which we are pleased to tell you has now resulted in the formulation of the group named above. The Leyland Collaborative consists of the following practices Worden Medical Centre, Central Park Surgery, Sandy Lane Surgery and The Village Surgeries Croston & Eccleston. The new service available will provide access to GP appointments at weekends from December 2017 and weekdays will also commence from the 1st January 2018. The service is available to all patients within this group on a proportionate basis however it is important to be aware that the appointment may not necessarily be at this practice. These are all additional appointments so it not the case that patients of other practices will utilise all our appointments.

 

 

 

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