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Christmas 2021 - New Year 2022

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There are extra long weekends before Christmas and before New Year. Will the surgery be open?

The surgery is closed from 24 December 6:30 p.m. We will reopen on Wednesday 29 December at 8:00 a.m.

We shall close on 31 December 6:30 p.m. and reopen on Tuesday 4 January at 8:00 a.m.

Dr Athee and the Team wish our patients and their carers a healthy and happy holiday.

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What can I do if I need health advice during this time?

There are a number of ways to look for medical help. Please see:

Accessing healthcare over the festive season - North Central London 

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Where can I find a pharmacy open near me? 

Pharmacists can advise on many health issues. Please check:

Find a pharmacy - NHS

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I am having a blood test on Christmas Eve or New Year's Eve - will the results be held up all weekend?

Don't worry, we will monitor the results inbox until midnight.

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If I am worried about Covid (coronavirus), who can help?

Please stay safe. For info on testing, isolation and vaccination, refer to:

Covid symptoms, testing, vaccination, self-isolation

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Online services may help during the lockdown. Your log in details are reserved for you, please reclaim your ID and passwords.

You can request repeat prescriptions, see your blood test results, via Patient Access directly or connect via NHS App.

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https://www.patientaccess.com/      https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-app/ 

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