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   Welcome to Manor Drive Medical Centre Online

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Don't forget you can book appointments on-line now.  Please ask at receptionist for a registration letter.

In order to improve services we are reducing our advance booking to one week.  We hope this will offer patients the opportunity to be seen by their doctor quicker and reduce DNA rates. 

We are open for the acceptance of new registrations.

We are pleased to announce that we have a new piece of equipment in the waiting room.  It is called a surgery pod and enables you to perform your own BP and Quality of Life Questionnaires.  You no longer need to book appointments for simple checks.  The data will be uploaded in your records instanteously.  Checks include BP, BMI, alcohol usage, smoking, depression questionnaires and pill checks.  We would encourage you to use this new valuable technology.

PLEASE HELP US TO HELP YOU !

Please ring between 8.45 - 10.30 am to obtain the use of the urgent service.

If you are too ill to come to the surgery, or are housebound, please ring between – 10. 00 am – 11.00 am.

Routine Appointments can be made up to one week in advance and to avoid a long wait on the telephone, please ring after 10.30 am

For Prescriptions and Results, please ring after 2.00 pm

 

Thank you for your co-operation.

Our Patient Survey results are now on the website if you would like to view them and we welcome more patients becoming members of our Patient Participation Group, Please pick up a form from reception

Disabled Access

There is a ramp for wheelchairs into the surgery.

Disabled car parking and disabled toilets are both available and all services are on the ground floor.


(Site updated 03/04/2014)
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