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Coronavirus (covid-19) Updated 2.7.2020


The Front Doors at both the Cam Surgery and Uley Surgery are now locked. All appointments are now phone appointments and patients are screened.


If you DO have an appointment, this will be at the CAM surgery and you will need to follow this procedure:


*On arrival at the surgery please use the intercom to the left of the main entrance doors.


*When the intercom is answered speak to the staff member who will advise the clinician you have arrived.


* Please then step back behind the yellow line to allow others to use the intercom and enter & exit the building.


*The clinician will greet you at the door wearing their full PPE.


*You will be asked to wash your hands and wear a mask for the appointment.


We have implemented these procedures to ensure the safety of our patients and our staff.


To book a telephone appointment or speak to reception please call 01453 540066 or 01453 860459 and choose option 1.


Please DO NOT  come to the surgery with a query, to ask advice or to make an appointment as you will not be allowed to enter and we cannot deal with queries through the intercom system.


All Appointments are by TELEPHONE and VIDEO CONSULTATION and TELEPHONE TRIAGE ONLY basis until further notice.


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For ordering your Repeat Medication, Please call the dedicated Prescription


Ordering Line on: 0300 421 1215.


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Make sure you have nominated a pharmacy for your Electronic Prescriptions.


See Latest news for more detail


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Change of Prescribing for Over the Counter Medicines

Gloucester CCG  have announced changes to prescribing of Over the Counter Medicines. 

From 31 May 2018, a range of medicines that are available to buy over the counter from pharmacies and supermarkets will no longer be routinely  prescribed by GP surgeries.

These are medicines that are associated with a number of minor, short term health conditions, which either get better by themselves or you can easily treat yourself.

The change applies to a medicines for a total of 35 conditions.

This includes, for example, medicines for cough, colds, infrequent cold sores of the lip, mild to moderate hayfever, mild cystitis, nappy rash, warts and verrucas, ear wax and headlice.

It also applies to a range of vitamins and minerals. Please see www.gloucestershireccg.nhs.uk/otc  for a full list.

For full details please click the link below:

 http://www.gloucestershireccg.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/OTC-news-article.pdf

 

 



 
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