Following advice and Guidance from Public Health England we are asking patients not to come into the practice.
For information on the Corona Virus please go to NHS 111 on-line.
If you have any non-coronavirus related symptoms please call the practice on 020 8985 8388 to arrange a telephone consultation with a GP. You will not be able to come into the practice to book a telephone consultation with a GP.
We are cancelling all non-urgent appointments with GPs and practice nurses.
If you need to order a repeat prescription you can do this on line www.thenightingalepractice.co.uk if you have forgotten your password phone the practice and a receptionist will re-set your password for you.
If you do not have access to the internet then call the practice and a receptionist will take your order over the phone and arrange to have it sent to a local pharmacy of your choice.
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Thank you for co-operation – We will keep you updated with this ever changing situation.
Thank You The Staff of the Nightingale Practice
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We are writing to you about what Covid-19 means for your repeat prescriptions and how your requests will be processed during the outbreak:
· Due to the Covid-19 outbreak if you need to reorder your repeat medicines please order via online app or by email or telephone – do not visit the surgery.
· Upon receipt of online / phone request the prescription will be sent to the pharmacy.
· Please allow 48-72 hours before collecting your medicines.
· If you are unable to collect or unwell please send a carer or a representative.
· The prescription issued will be for the same amounts you have had before.
· You should not order your medicines more than 7 days before you are due to run out.
· You should continue taking and ordering your medicines as usual.
· Please do not ask your practice to increase amounts of medicines as this may lead to drug shortages.