In line with the latest government guidance from Monday 15th June 2020. St John’s Surgery requires you to wear a face mask when you enter the surgery - this will be given to you by your Clinician. Children and disabled patients will be exempt.
For the time being all of our appointments with a GP/Clinician will now be conducted via telephone or Video Call.
-Please do not attend the Surgery if you have any Coronavirus symptoms, have been in contact with anyone who has had symptoms to prevent the spread.
-We are still open for routine matters. We have adapted our way of working and consultations can be conducted via video call or the Clinician can see you face to face if safe to do so.
-If you are requiring a MED 3 (sick certificate) please call reception to request. The certificate will now be posted to you.
- Please place all repeat medication requests in the letter box outside of the Surgery.
-Please place ALL Samples in the grey cool box outside the surgery. Please ensure that this sample is in a sealed envelope so your details are protected. We do not accept samples after 1PM.
- We will ask you to turn up at the time of your appointment, if you arrive early you will be asked to wait in your form of transport or outside of the Surgery.
We want to provide our patient with safe and appropriate care. If you have had a Covid-19 test with a positive result, please let the surgery know so that we can plan your ongoing care accordingly.
If anyone you know has tested positive and does not have internet access please also tell us so we can arrange to help them.
You can contact us in the following ways:
1. Email: email@example.com
2. Feedback Form on our website www.tsj.org.uk/feedback
3. Clicking on the Send Message facility on our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/pages/category/Family-Medicine-Practice/St-Johns-Surgery-2830085030349853/
Thank you for helping us to help you.
The Surgery Team
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