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IMPORTANT NOTICE

WEDNESDAY 11th July

The surgery is closed from12:0 0 onwards for staff training. For any emergencies during this period

Please call 0333 333 9683

Medicines you can buy without a Prescription - Over the Counter Medicines (OTC)

Following a public consultation across Hertfordshire we are no longer able to routinely write prescriptions for medicines that you can buy yourself; it is estimated that this costs £6 million a year just for Hertfordshire. These items include antifungal creams for athletes foot and thrush, antihistamines and other hay fever remedies (such as nasal sprays and eye drops), treatment for head lice, Indigestion remedies such as Gaviscon, Cold sore treatments, painkillers including Paracetamol, Ibuprofen and Co-Codamol.   For more information, there are leaflets at the surgery plus information on our website. Some of you may already have received a leaflet with your repeat medications if they include one or more of these items.

OTC Medication Post

OTC Medication Leaflet

 

 

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New Patient Registration

The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area.

To register as a patient please complete an application form. These are available at the reception desk.  You will be asked to supply recent proof of address i.e. a utility bill, bank statement or driving licence.

As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire. 

Should you be on repeat medication, you will need to see a GP before any medicines can be issued.  We therefore suggest you ensure you have enough from your previous GP to last until your appointment here.

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.  Please contact reception for further information.

 
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