Non-urgent advice: VISITING YOUR GP SURGERY
ABUSIVE BEHAVIOUR CAN LEAVE GAPS
Currently our services are extremely busy; we know it’s frustrating. Unfortunately, verbal and physical abuse towards our colleagues can contribute to us losing staff, leaving gaps and making it harder to run our services. We’re all here to help each other – please be kind
FACE COVERING UPDATE
When you come to the surgery please be aware that there may be people in the surgery who are especially vulnerable to covid. For this reason we will ask you to wear a face covering if you have a cough or other respiratory symptoms, or if you are feverish or have any other covid-like symptoms. This is in line with current Government guidance. Face coverings primarily protect others, doing so – unless exempt – is key to preventing spread of infection.
Welcome to Red House Surgery
We aim to provide safe, high quality care that meets the needs of, and results in excellent outcomes for all of our patients.
We offer a wide range of NHS GP services to over 21,000 patients and are continually reviewing and updating our systems to ensure we deliver the best possible care for everyone.
Out of Hours and Emergencies
If you need medical help when the surgery is closed, you can contact NHS111. Details of NHS 111 services can be obtained by clicking the following link – Click Here.
For immediate, life-threatening emergencies, people should continue to call 999. Chest pains and/or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.
NHS COVID Pass for under 1820th July 2022
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Spring Booster Vaccination (COVID-19)17th May 2022
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NHS COVID Pass/Recovery Certificate/Exemption31st December 2021
A large number of people have been calling us with queries about Covid vaccination status, vaccine exemption certificates and Covid […]