Coronavirus FAQs

Doctors Surgeries

This information is from Prescott Surgery.

The surgery is open for the collection of medication. If you are unable to come and collect your medication please ask one of the volunteers in your community to collect for you. In addition we have set up medication collection points as follows:

Ruyton – Wednesday and Friday at 2.00 pm outside the flower shop

Nesscliffe – Thursday at 1.00 pm in the Village Hall car park

Bomere Heath – Friday at 11:30 am in the Village Hall car park

In order to comply with the Government restrictions regarding social gatherings, patients attending the collection points MUST attend on their own or only with a family member and MUST form a queue maintaining a distance of 2 metres from the nearest person.

Please order your medication by phone (24 hour answerphone) or on line remembering that we need 2 working days in which to prepare your medication. Please state clearly if you wish your medication to be taken to one of the collection points. NHS England have instructed all GP surgeries not to issue more than one months’ supply to ensure that there are no drug shortages.

Please observe social distancing when collecting your medication.

For the very latest visit the Prescott Surgery website

Here are the arrangement for Prescott Surgery

The GP will either consult with you over the phone or via a video link. In exceptional circumstances, the GP may invite you to the surgery for a face to face consultation.

If invited for a face to face consultation you will be asked to wait in your car, telephone the surgery to announce your arrival informing the Receptionist of the make, model and colour of your car. When the clinician is ready to see you, you will be directed where to go. If you are asked to enter the building please observe social distancing at all times.

For the very latest visit the Prescott Surgery website

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