Please also see our COVID-19 information page
If you have any questions or conderns relating to the COVID-19 vaccination and blood clotting please read the leaflet linked below from Public Health England:
Please do not contact the surgery to ask for a coronavirus vaccination, we will contact you to invite you for your vaccination according to the government guidelines.
You may find it useful to refer to this document: Why you are being asked to wait
Please do continue to adhere to the Hands, Face, Space measures that are helping us limit the transmission of the virus.
We are now offering a regular Women’s Health Clinic.
Services offered include:
The doctor is also happy to discuss any issues around the menopause, contraception and anything else relating to women's health eg fertility, PCOS etc
To access the clinic please submit an e-consult
A new service is now live to help find people find their NHS number. This service is for anyone living in England who has forgotten or does not know their NHS number. This service can also be used on behalf of someone else where the name, date of birth and registered home postcode is known. You can opt for the number to be sent to you by text, email or letter.
this project aims to support and enable people in the community to become more confident with using their laptop/tablet/smart phone - for more information click here
Please see our latest newsletter which includes an article - Our COVID-19 Response.
You are entitled to a Flu Vaccination if you are over 65 years of age, you may also be eligible if you have a chronic medical condition. Further to recent government guidance we are now able to offer a free flu vaccination to patients aged 50-64 years of age.
Please call the appointment line on 01392 428900 to book
Ide Lane Surgery Saturday Flu Clinics this year will be different to previous years.
Careful precautions will be in place to ensure safe social distancing and allow time for infection control measures.
We aim to get each patient through our system in less than 5 minutes. Please read all the instructions below carefully before booking an appointment.
Once in the building follow the signs and guidance from our reception staff. While in our waiting room space you will be asked to undress enough to completely expose your upper arm on one side ready to receive the vaccine. Please wear clothes that make it easy to do this. For example, wear a short-sleeved top underneath your outer clothing. You will move in a clockwise direction through the building, receive your vaccine, and then continue clockwise to leave through the automated doors, which are usually the main entrance.
Once ready with your arm, the receptionist will guide you through to numbered doors where you will be vaccinated standing in front of the doorway, then leave. Please try not to touch anything on the way. We ask that you attend alone but if you do need help, there will be a member of staff to assist you.
If you think you will be unable to follow the system described above, for example if you are unable to remain standing for 5 - 10 minutes, or if you mobilise extremely slowly, then please contact the surgery to discuss this.
We hold a vision for the type of service we try to offer, based on values we believe to be important. We aim for a blend of traditional, personal and family practice, using the most up to date equipment and proven treatments. To do this we work from purpose built premises, easily accessible to all, designed to be light and friendly. We believe it is important that every person has a named, usual doctor.
We encourage you to see your own doctor whenever possible, to help build relationships. Planned appointments are booked at 15 minute intervals to allow time to deal with problems more fully. We know that continuity of care is important to many patients, especially the elderly and those with complicated or multiple problems. We also think it makes sense, and value it in this practice.
We realise, too, that some problems are urgent and need dealing with on the day. So we run an urgent appointments session in the mornings, shared amongst all the doctors working that day, to deal safely and promptly with patients who are acutely ill.
Doctors, nurses and office staff meet together often to help keep the practice running smoothly. We value our work in training young general practitioners; and in teaching medical students by involving them in patient consultations.
We welcome any comments you have about how we can improve our work.
Our website introduces you to the staff, provides surgery news, allows you to order your repeat prescriptions, make or cancel appointments, contact us, and make links to useful information sites on the internet.
Did you know that we can provide e-consultations?
Click below for online advice and treatment within 1 working dayeConsult Details
Visit our Research page where we invite you to take part in various research projects.
The purpose of Ide Lane Friends is to help us access and use your ideas for new projects, and gaining your views as to how the practice can improve and develop.
You can now book your appointment, order your repeat prescription and view your medical record online using our online patient service. Available 24 hours a day, it's especially useful when the practice is closed or telephone lines are busy.
In order to use online repeat prescription requests you will require a username and password. This can be requested by telephoning your doctor's secretary on 01392 439868.
Appointments for vaccinations, injections, dressings, blood tests and long term condition reviews are with the practice nurses. Please contact the surgery by telephone and we will make sure you see the appropriate clinician for your needs.
Visit systmonline to order a repeat prescription, book an appointment or view your medical record.
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