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Please read the Coronavirus advice below - DO NOT ENTER THE SURGERY

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Would you like to join Redwood House Surgery Patient Participation Group (PPG)?

Your views and ideas are important to us.  The PPG are reviewing the appointment system with us and we are working together to improve the practice. If you are interested in joining the PPG, please speak to Reception or click here for further information.

Blood Tests:

All Surgery blood tests are carried out at St Mark's Hospital walk-in phlebotomy clinic - open Mon-Fri, 08:30-16:00. All results of test ordered by Redwood House GPs are available from the Surgery. If you have been requested to do a test by a consultant, please contact their offices to find out your results. St Marks phlebotomy clinics are still running throughout the COVID-19 period and are taking every precaution to keep patients and NHS staff safe.

General Practice Hub - Out-of-Hours Blood Test & Dressing appointments

Did you know that you can 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?  Call 03000 24 0009 to book an appointment - no need to waste time queuing!  You will need your NHS number to book the appointment.  If you do not know your NHS no. please call the surgery and we will be happy to pass it on to you. During the COVID-19 period, the out of hours hub requests that upon arrival at the hospital, that you wait in the car until they call you on your mobile when it is safe for you to enter.

Extended Hours GP Telephone Consultations

The doctors offer extended hours telephone calls on the following days - Monday and Thursday, 18:30 to 19:30.  This will be for pre-bookable telephone consultations to discuss medication reviews, results etc. 

Infection Control Annual Statement 2019

Each year the whole of the practice is subject to an infection control review, our statement is above for your information.

 

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