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If you have a booked appointment please come into the surgery no sooner than 5 minutes before your appointment and use the intercom to speak to a receptionist.   You will be required to wear a face covering and have your temprature taken before taking a seat in the waiting room. 

If you are coming to reception for any other reason please enter the 1st set of doors and press the intercom button where a receptionist will help you. You will be required to wear a face covering.  Please note if you come to reception to book an appointment or discuss a query you will be asked to telephone the surgery. 

Prescription requests are to be in writing and put in the surgery letterbox. Please allow 3 working days for your prescription to ready at your chemist. If you have a prescription query please telephone the surgery on 01945 476999 and press option 3 to speak to a prescription clerk. 

Do not attend the surgery if your are experiencing any symptoms of coronavirus or have been asked to self isolate. 

 

 Sign up for text messaging  to receive your invitation for the Covid  19 vaccination 

We are inviting people to have the covid-19 vaccination according to the criteria and prioritisation set by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), and will contact you when it’s your turn.

We will text you a link to book your vaccination.  It is important that we hold your current mobile number and receive consent to send you text messages. Please telephone the surgery to update your mobile number and your preferences.

Dont worry if you dont have a mobile phone the surgery WILL contact you when your target group is ready to have the vaccine. 

Please do not contact us if you haven’t received an invite yet. We are very busy at the moment and doing so could prevent a patient who needs our help from getting through. We will contact you when it is the right time for you to book your appointment.

Help us to help you

All NHS services are under severe pressure at the moment, as we look after increasing numbers of patients who are sick with covid-19 in the community, and other deteriorating conditions too.We are also delivering the huge and vitally important covid-19 vaccination programme. Please do not contact us regarding a vaccine, we will contact you.

 So that we can focus on these really important issues, we will understandably be prioritising urgent care. This means that when you contact us, we may have an initial conversation with you to understand how urgent your health needs are. If you have an issue that is not urgent, you may to wait longer than usual until your problem or concern can be dealt with. You may be asked to rebook at a later date, or at a safer time (e.g. attending for a non-urgent blood test).

 Do please make sure that you continue to get in touch with us if you need to. This is particularly important if: 

  • your problem is genuinely urgent
  • you have a long term condition that is getting worse
  • you are worried about symptoms that might indicate cancer

 Please also remember you can call NHS 111 for urgent concerns, and 999 for serious emergencies.  Your local pharmacist can also help with minor complaints too.

 For adults with mental health problems including depression and anxiety, you can refer yourself directly to the local wellbeing service, via 0300 300 0055.If you’re experiencing a mental health crisis, call the First Response Service by calling 111 and select option 2 (in Wisbech call 111, select option 1 and ask to be put through to the First Response Service).

 A local CCG has produced an excellent childhood illnesses leaflet free to download here, full of advice and information for parents and carers of young children: https://hertsvalleysccg.nhs.uk/application/files/1716/0941/0098/Help_your_Child_Stay_Well_This_Winter_FINAL.pdf

 The Cambridgeshire County Council has a range of support and information to help in times of urgent need: telephone 0345 045 5202 8am-6pm weekdays 9am-1pm Saturdays. Outside office hours if someone is in danger telephone 01733 234724. In an emergency, call 999. Also see www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/adults.

 Thank you very much for helping us all manage under these very difficult circumstances

Covid 19 Vaccinations

Now that more doses of Covid-19 vaccines are available, the NHS is able to open more vaccination services, including the first Vaccination Centres.People who are eligible and who live near these new vaccination services will receive letters from the NHS Covid-19 Vaccination Booking Service, telling them how they can book their appointment.

The NHS is rolling out additional services quickly, but it remains important that the public don’t try to book or go to these services before they receive their booking letter.

And when you do book an appointment, please make sure you attend. You may receive a letter from the national NHS Covid-19 Vaccination Booking Service inviting you to book an appointment at a regional Vaccination Centre.

If you receive the letter from the national service and can travel to the Vaccination Centre safely, we recommend that you book using the details the letter provides.

 If you are unable or don’t want to go to a Vaccination Centre, you can choose to wait and get your vaccination at North Brink which is the local vaccination hub for patients in this area.

We have offered vaccinations to patients in the high risk catogory and those aged over 65 we have now started to offer vaccines to a proportion of patients with underlying health condidtions. We are inviting people in according to the criteria and prioritisation set by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI), and will contact you when it’s your turn.

 Like the rest of the NHS we are working to offer vaccines to everyone in the top priority groups by the middle of February.

 Please do not contact us if you haven’t received an invite yet. We are very busy at the moment and doing so could prevent a patient who needs our help from getting through. We will contact you when it is the right time for you to book your appointment.

North Cambs hospital

Wisbech Minor Injury Unit (MIU) will temporarily close to the public from January 18 to enable staff to tackle the growing Covid-19 pandemic in the community. The Ely MIU is still open at the Princess of Wales Hospital in Ely and for anyone requiring emergency medical care, the A&E departments at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Peterborough City Hospital or Hinchingbrooke Hospital are available.

Please check back here for information when these services will reopen. 

 

Seasonal flu vaccinations

There is still time to receive your free NHS flu vaccine. The vaccine is available to all eligible patients and anyone over the age of 50. Contact the surgery on 01945 476999 to book your appointment. Click here for more information on this years vaccine.

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