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The surgery will be closed on Thursday 25th January 2018 from 12.30 pm for staff training.  We will re-open on Friday 26th January at 8.00 am.

GP HUB - BLOOD TEST & DRESSING APPOINTMENTS

Did you know that you can now call the GP Hub directly to make appointments for a blood test or a dressing change at St Marks or King Edward VII in the evening and at weekends.  The number to call is 03000 240009 to book an appointment - no need to waste time queuing!  You will need your NHS number to book the appointment.  If you have not got a record of this please call the surgery and we will be happy to let you have it.

Infection Control annual statement 2017

EXTENDED HOURS - Please note that as from Monday 4th December the doctors will be offering extended hours on the following days - Monday and Wednesday, 18:30 to 19:30.  This will be for pre-bookable telephone consultations to discuss medication reviews, results etc. 

APPOINTMENT SURVEY - Following a patient survey carried out in May/June 2017 on our appointment system it appears that most patients want to be seen on the day they call.  Monday and Friday are our busiest days and, as a result of the survey, we are keeping these days as all on the day release appointments only, ie no pre-bookable.  Patients are still able to book routine appointments, 4 to 6 weeks in advance, as this was also a request following the survey.

Notice: Only children 5 or under will be seen as extras on the day from now on

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New Website for Carers

Berkshire Carers is now called Signal for WAM Carers. You can visit the website at http://www.signal4carers.org.uk/

We are pleased to announce that we can now offer patients the opportunity to book for the insertion and removal of the contraceptive implant. This will be done by Dr Sabina Shaik.

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