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As from today if you have a cough,cold or temperature PLEASE contact 111 or go online to the 111 website to obtain further information and help. PLEASE do not come into either surgery. Can all prescriptions be rung through between 10.00am and 4.00pm at either location. DO NOT bring your requests to the surgery. Please nominate your chemist of choice so that we can send your request electronically.

Only come into the surgery if you feel it is absolutely necessary to ensure your safety and others safety.

We will be open Bank Holiday Friday 8th May for telephone triaging.
This is to help the hospitals at this very difficult time.
So if you have anything urgent please your surgery.

 

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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