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*IMPORTANT PATIENT NOTICES*

CHRISTMAS/NEW YEAR 2017

Christmas Eve Sunday 24th December 2017  - CLOSED

Christmas Day Monday 25th December 2017 - CLOSED

Boxing Day Tuesday 26th December 2017 - CLOSED

RE-OPENS Wednesday 27th December 2017  - 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Thursday 28th December 2017 - 8:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

Friday 29th December 2017 - 8: 00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

New Years Day Monday 1st January 2018 - CLOSED

RE-OPENS Tuesday 2nd January 2018 - 8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

For a list of pharmacies open over the Christmas/New Year Period  please look under  the "Opening Hours" section above.

BLOOD TESTS

Due to the high demand on HCA appointments, all routine blood tests are now to be done at Park House by appointment only  Tel 0115 9617616,  with the exception of Warfarin and Rheumatoid Arthritis monitoring. Please make sure that you have your ICE request form to take with you to this appointment otherwise no bloods can be taken.  Thank You.

You may also have your bloods taken at the:

Arnold Health Centre, High Street, Arnold, Nottingham, NG5 7BQ. Tel: 0115 8832300

PLEASE MAKE SURE THAT YOU HAVE YOUR ICE REQUEST FORM TO TAKE WITH YOU TO YOUR APPOINTMENT OTHERWISE NO BLOODS CAN BE TAKEN

 

The way we handle electronic prescriptions for some of our patients is changing from 27th March 2017. Click here for more information and to find out whether these changes will affect you.

 

 

 

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Pharmacy Services 

For local pharmacy opening hours over the holiday period click the link below.

Christmas Pharmacy Opening Hours

Your local Pharmacist (Mr VJ Pujara, 359 Carlton Hill. Tel: 0115 987 3660) is a 10min walk from the surgery. They can also offer you advice and treatment if required for a range of minor ailments.

Under the Pharmacy First scheme if you are exempt from prescription charges you will be able to get the same medicines the GP would have prescribed free of charge for head lice, temperature/fever, sore throat, earache, teething pain and pain relief for toothache though some restrictions do apply.

community_pharmacies_opening_hours.pdf

 Think Pharmacy First.PDF

Pharmacy First List NNECCG

 

Pharmacy First

Pharmacy first aims to improve patient access to GP appointments by encouraging patients with certain minor ailments to use the pharmacy for treatment rather than making an appointment at the surgery.


This will relieve the pressure on current appointment schedules and allow those patients with more urgent or serious needs to see the GP sooner. The scheme covers the whole of the NHS Nottingham City area including community pharmacies and all GP practices.
 
Patients can self-refer to any NHS Nottingham City community pharmacy or referral can be made by the GP or practice staff or by any other healthcare professional.
 

What minor ailments can be treated at the pharmacy?         

Who can use Pharmacy First?

  • Patients must be registered with an NHS Nottingham City GP.
  • The scheme treats patients over three months old with no upper age limit. Children under three months should always be treated by their doctor.
  • The scheme includes all children up to 16 years old.
  • Patients should be exempt from prescription charges.
  • The patient should always be present at the consultation in the pharmacy.
  • Medicines will not be provided for the ‘store cupboard’ or ‘just in case’.
  • The pharmacist may not always provide medicines.
  • Any treatment or medicines provided will always follow the guidance laid down in the agreed protocols.
  • Pharmacists can only provide medicines that are listed in the agreed formulary under the Pharmacy First scheme.
  • Patients who are referred to their GP by the pharmacist do not automatically ‘jump the queue’. They should receive an appointment in line with the practice’s reception protocols.

 

Do I need to make an appointment  to use the scheme? 
No. It is possible to walk into any community pharmacy (chemist’s shop) and ask to join the Pharmacy First scheme. You will then be able to have a consultation with the pharmacist if necessary. Most pharmacies have consultation areas you can use to provide privacy.
 
Why do I have to bring my ill child to the pharmacy to receive treatment?
The scheme is intended for patient with minor ailments. If your child is not well enough to attend the pharmacy then it is advisable to seek advice from your surgery.
 
If the patient is not present at the pharmacy the pharmacist is unable to supply any treatment under the Pharmacy First scheme.
 
Medicines will not be provided for the store cupboard, or ‘just in case’. Only patients who present at the pharmacy with existing symptoms will be treated.
 

 

 
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