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WELCOME

TO GIFFORDS SURGERY

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AT GIFFORDS SURGERY

We strive to provide the best possible health care service to each individual patient at all times.

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GIFFORDS SURGERY HAS AN OPEN PRACTICE LIST AND WELCOMES NEW PATIENTS TO THE SURGERY.

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Please click on the new patient’s icon at the top of the page for more information.


 

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PATIENTS!

 

From the 21st November 2017 Giffords Surgery will be asking all patients to order their medication either through Prescription Ordering Direct (POD) or SystmOne Online.

 

Patients will no longer be able to make medication requests via post, phone or in person at the surgery.

 

Instead you can now order repeat medication from the comfort of your own home by calling POD on 0300 123 6242 Monday – Friday 0900 - 1700, please order your repeat prescriptions at least 7 days before you need them.

It will then take time for the pharmacy to prepare your medication and this may vary depending on the pharmacy you use – you will need to ask them for the details.

 

For more information Click Here or download this document: POD Information Letter For Patients

 

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Alternatively you can register for online access and once registered you will be provided with a Username and Password which will enable you to order your repeat medication online by visiting: https://systmonline.tpp-uk.com. Please be aware the online service requires prior registration. 

 

Click Here for more information on how to register or contact the surgery. 

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Systmonline

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Patients who fall into any of the below categories are EXEMPT from using POD and Systmonline can continue to send prescription requests to the surgery or nominated pharmacy;

  •  Patients who receive post-dated prescriptions
  •  Patients who have their medication in a Dosette Box
  •  Patients who reside in a nursing home
  •  Patients who are deaf or hard of hearing

CARERS WEEK 

11TH – 17TH JUNE 2018

When you are caring for someone, it is really important to ensure that you look after yourself too.

 

Caring can be very rewarding, but without the right support it can had a negative impact on your health, career, finances and relationships.

 

For help and/or advice you can either speak to your doctor, contact Carers Support Wiltshire on 01380 871690/0800 181 4118, visit www.carersinwiltshire.co.uk or contact one of the other appropriate organisations included on the leaflet.

Carers Wekk Leaflet

Carers Week Leaflet

Proud To Care


DOCTORLINK APP IS NOW AVAILABLE - GET CLINICAL HELP AND ADVISE FROM YOUR OWN HOME

Doctorlink


 

Cancer Awarness


COPING WITH STRESS FOLLOWING A MAJOR INCIDENT

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(Click here to download the leaflet)

You may find this leaflet helpful if you

have been involved in, or affected by,

a traumatic incident.

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It provides information on how you may expect

to feel in the days and months ahead, and to

help you understand and have more control over

your experience.


Nhs Choices

HAVE YOUR SAY TO IMPROVE YOUR CARE

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Please give us your feedback by leaving us a review on NHS Choices by searching ‘NHS choices Giffords’ or follow the link: https://www.nhs.uk/Services/GP/ReviewsAndRatings/DefaultView.aspx?id=39409

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(Site updated 08/06/2018)
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