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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

Test Results

Test Results

Please call between 10am and 12 noon or between 2pm and 4pm for results of tests. Please allow at least three working days for blood test results. Ultrasound and X ray results can take up to three weeks. Please remember that certain tests can take longer so results may not be available to quickly.

In order to maintain confidentiality we are unable to give results to anyone other than the patient, except for children under the age of 16.

Hospital mail arrives during the morning but it is not seen by the doctor until after surgery. Our staff cannot interpret results or offer medical advice.

The first few hours of the day are incredibly busy and the telephone lines can soon become overloaded. This is not only frustrating for you but may be dangerous for someone else.



 
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