Dr Ian Morrant leaves us on the 1st of August. It's been a pleasure having ...
25th July 2017 at 11:58 am
Glendale Surgery is committed to providing high quality and readily available health care to the patients of this practice. We aim to offer continuity of care with the doctor of your choice as much as possible and see this as the key to developing a good doctor/patient relationship.
We welcome new patients to the practice. You will need to complete a GMS1 and a PatientXQuestionnaireX2015 for each new patient which can be downloaded and posted or handed to reception. When you bring the forms to the practice, you will need to bring proof of your identity.
How to find us: We are situated in the Cheviot Primary Care Centre, next to the free car park in Padgepool Place. The Centre houses another practice and the rest of the primary health care team. When you come in the main door, we are the surgery on the left hand side of the waiting area.
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Call reception on 01668 281740 to make an appointment or go online (see home page). You will be asked to give a brief description of your problem so the doctor has an idea why you are coming and so that the receptionist can assess the urgency and give you the most appropriate time. Also not all problems need a face to face consultation with the GP and you may only need a telephone call. All urgent cases are seen on the day. If your condition is non-urgent, you can expect to see a GP within 2 working days or whenever suits you best. If you have more than one problem, please ask for a double appointment.
See ‘Young People’ for appointment information for patients under 18.
See ‘Clinics & Services’ for appointments with the practice nurse, district nurses and other members of the team.
Please help us by ordering your medication between 9am and 11.30am, or better still, use our online service. It is important to let us know your full name, address and exactly what medication you need to order.
It helps the reception staff if you read the names from the slip that was enclosed in the bag with your last medication. This lists the drugs by the names recorded on your computer record and not what might be on the boxes themselves.
Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by either:
It is important that you give us at least 2 working days notice before you need to collect your medication as we, or the pharmacy, may need to order it from our suppliers.
In 2014 we introduced the electronic prescription service for patients who collect their medication from a pharmacy (chemist). Patients can nominate which pharmacy we send the prescriptions to which can help when patients work away or when on holiday in this country. If you need medication urgently, please contact the surgery during normal hours. After hours, at weekends or during Bank Holidays, contact NHS 111.