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Our telephone telephones are lines went down on 21st July 2022 at around 5 pm 

Our eConsult facility has been turned off  book appointments via www.patientaccess.com                               

We will sending  you text messages offering clinics on alternate Saturdays.

Ellis Practice

Appointment system update  July 2022

Our ONLINE booking system  www.patientaccess.co is as follows :

From 6.30 pm we release a limited number of NEXT day appointments

From 8 am onwards on a rolling basis we release a limited number of SAME day appointments

We offer appointments  2  to 4 weeks in advance

If you are unable to use the online booking system you CAN call the surgery on

020 8736 7198 to make an appointment. 

We do not offer walk in appointments.

We have 2 receptionists answering telephones between 8 am and 6.30 pm Monday to Friday.

Unfortunately if a patient has a complex query which may take some time the telephone queue may build up, for this reason we are ENCOURAGING all our patients to register for our ONLINE services.

 If you email our practice account nhsnwlccg.ellispracticewelford@nhs.net from a secure email address requesting ONLINE booking paperwork we would happily email it to you. In this email can you please state your mobile number, address and DOB so we can verify you on our clinical system.

GP sessional  working days

Monday : Dr  / Gubay  / Patel  

Tuesday : Dr  / Gubay  /  Patel  / Rees / Sivakumaran / 

Wednesday : Dr / Bathia / Gubay  / Patel  / Sivakumaran

Thursday  : Dr  / Bathia /  Gubay  / Patel   / Solani / Abbas

Friday  : Dr / Patel   / Solani / Abbas/ Sivakumaran 

For guidance on self-care please visit NHS choices at www.nhs.uk

 If you cannot keep the appointment, you must cancel it as soon as possible. We are working very hard to offer more appointments and reduce our DNA's (Did Not Attend). We would be very grateful if you could cancel your appointment in order for it to be given to someone else who needs it. 

Medical Emergencies

 We regard the following as medical emergencies: 

Ø  Chest pain

Ø  Bleeding

Ø  Breathlessness

Ø  Vision problems

Ø  Blackouts

Ø  Stomach pains

Ø  Wheezing

Ø  Urinary symptoms

Ø  Earache

Ø  Emergency pill

We do not regard the following as medical emergencies:

 

Ø  Running out of repeat prescriptions

Ø  Wanting a sickness certificate or private letters or forms

Ø  Minor illnesses that can clearly wait for routine appointments e.g. warts, trivial colds, other viral illnesses

Ø  Problems which are chronic (present for a few weeks) and are not worsening

 

 
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