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SURGERY OPENING HOURS

EASTER HOLIDAY

Please ensure you get your repeat prescriptions in early around this time

Thursday 17th April 2014 Normal Hours
Friday 18th April 2014 Closed
Saturday 19th April 2014 Closed
Sunday 20th April 2014 Closed
Monday 21st April 2014 Closed
Tuesday 22nd April 2014 Resume normal hours

Telephone lines will be very busy Tuesday morning after the Bank Holiday, where possible please avoid ringing at this time, unless it's an emergency 

IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PLEASE CALL 111

Do not call the Surgery as calls are no longer redirected to Out of Hours Service


The Care Quality Commission

Are undertaking a radical review of Colchester General Hospital and would like you to tell them your views on the treatment you receive from the hospital at the listening meeting on

 Wednesday 20th April 2014 @ 18.30-20.00

at Colchester Town Hall, High Street, Colchester,  Essex


Blood Tests

1st May 2014 - Increased number of appointments for blood tests will be available click here for more information


On-Line Appointment Booking Service

We are hoping for our on-line appointment booking service to go live soon, however we are experiencing some technical difficulties at the moment.  Please bear with us while we work with our computer technicians to resolve these issues

Thank you


Questions and Answers - Cancer investigation at Colchester General Hospital

Please click here


 Where to go NHS Campaign

Stay Healthy This Winter. There are lots of small changes you can make to stay well.

A&E won’t kiss it better. Go to Get Well Essex to find out more

Click here to see video as where to go in an emergency or if feeling unwell


CALL 111

Preparation for NHS 111 in North Essex - calls to switch over to NHS 111 on 5 November 2013

It will be a 'soft launch' which means that the new project will start without major publicity.  This is to give the service a chance to iron out any operational problems early on. 

All calls will go to NHS 111 out of hours and not Harmoni.  If you ring the surgery you will be asked to hang up and call 111.  Calls to the NHS 111 service are free from both landlines and mobiles.  If you have life threatening medical emergency please dial 999.


Send in your comments and suggestions

Please only use this form for comments about the practice and suggestions as to how we can improve our service to you. Medical matters and official complaints cannot be dealt with via this form. If you have a query regarding a medical matter please telephone reception to make an appointment to see the appropriate person.


 
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