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Announcement   Coronavirus unlock door

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Announcement

With great sadness we are informing our patients and friends of Alexandra Surgery that our beloved senior partner, Dr Nalliah Sivananthan, has passed away.

He died peacefully on Tuesday 20 April 2021.

Dr Siva has cared for the community for 32 years and developed this GP surgery into a modern practice.

The team at Alexandra Surgery remain committed to providing high quality health care to our patients.

You may write messages of condolence at:
https://www.remembr.com/n.sivananthan 

or https://www.ripbook.com/85434733/tributes

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WE ARE OPEN

(WE WERE NEVER REALLY CLOSED)

 

The national coronavirus alert has gone down to level 3.

We are glad to reopen the door.

 

During the lockdown, we never stopped seeing patients. Everyone was offered a telephone consultation first, then if he/she needed to see a GP face to face, the doctor would arrange it.

 

We will continue to offer telephone first and

we will continue to see patients face to face.

We may have to limit the number of people inside the surgery at one time.

 

If you come into the surgery, please:

           wear a face covering,
           sanitise your hands,
           keep a safe distance from others.

Thank you.


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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, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Consult online

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YOU MAY ACCESS HEALTH ADVICE, REQUEST TELEPHONE CONSULTATION, REPEAT PRESCRIPTION, CERTIFICATE, BY eCONSULT. ONLINE SERVICE AVAILABLE 24/7.

CLICK RED BUTTON TO GET STARTED.


ALTERNATIVELY, USE 

online access https://www.patientaccess.com/  


NHS Wi Fi 


Please follow the links at the bottom of this page for detailed information.

Coronavirus/ Covid-19 page https://bit.ly/38SGZak


(Site updated 13/06/2021)
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