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DID YOU

KNOW?

It is now possible to make, cancel and check appointments on line.  It is also possible to request repeat medication on line (as well as via the website).  Please come to the surgery to register for this service.

Patient Participation Group

Patients, we welcome your input to help us develop surveys, services, local  priorities and take action.

By giving us your email address, we will be able to contact you from time to time to ask your views to  help shape your local service.

Please email your name and date of birth to:

HAVCCG.PPGMaylands@nhs.net  

If you would like to participate.

Maylands Patient Group 

In January 2011 the surgery set up a patient group.  The aim of the group is to provide a forum for our patients to discuss health promotion and local voluntary and social activities.  For more information, please see Items on the right of this screen, or contact Ruth Thacker, Assistant Manager.

We have a dedicated email address for the PPG which is hav-pct.ppg-maylands@nhs.net

Vaccinations

The surgery now offers the Yellow Fever vaccination

Bereavement

If death occurs at home telephone the surgery. A doctor will visit to confirm death has taken place and give you a copy of the death certificate, if this is possible.

When death occurs in a hospital contact a funeral director to inform them that their services are required. Collect the death certificate from the hospital.

Then take the death certificate to the Registrar's Office for the area in which the death took place. This is most likely to be Langtons, Billet Lane, Hornchurch, RM11 1XJ, Telephone 01708 443781 by appointment.

Take with you, if possible, the deceased's medical card and birth certificate. Take the green form to the funeral director who will take over full respnsibility for arranging the funeral.



 
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