Please read the information on the link below with regard to your medical records and sharing information.
If you would like to opt out then please complete the from in the link below and send to us by email or pop it in the post so we can code your records accordingly.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO PHONE THE SURGERY FOR THIS OR DISCUSS WITH A GP.
THAT IS ONLY FOR TYPE ONE OPT OUT.
FOR TYPE 2 OPT OUT YOU HAVE TO DO IT VIA THE NHS APP INSTRUCTIONS ARE IN THE LINK BELOW.
Please note that all test results are given over the phone on Friday between 12pm and 1pm.
Why haven’t I received my test results?
We will contact you if your test result comes back abnormal and any action is required. If you don’t hear from us, it means everything is normal.
If you don’t hear from us, but would still like to know the result of your test, you can still call the surgery and request a call back from the practice nurse to discuss this with you over the phone.
Improving access to general practice: evening and weekend appointments now available
Patients who are registered at this practice can now book an appointment to see a GP or nurse on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm) or at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday).
Appointments are available at local Ealing GP Access Centres. You can find more information here.
You can also talk to the practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.
Further information is available at www.england.nhs.uk/gpaccess
People who are older or have long term conditions may be particularly vulnerable to winter bugs which could become serious and require hospital treatment. Getting help earlier may prevent this from happening.
To make sure winter bugs don’t become more serious:
- Have your flu jab
- If you start to feel ill, get help from your pharmacy straight away
- Keep your home warm, at least 18 degrees
- Make sure you take any medicines as directed
- Get any repeat prescriptions filled in advance as many surgeries and pharmacies close over Christmas
- Keep a supply of cold and flu remedies in the house so you don’t need to go out if the weather is bad
- If you are prescribed antibiotics finish the course
- Don’t go to A&E or call 999 unless it’s an emergency. If you are in any doubt, NHS 111 can help you get the right treatment