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The surgery is currently closed for face to face appointments so please do not attend.

 

Ordering a repeat prescription during Covid-19 pandemic

  1. Download the NHS app and contact the surgery to enable access (ID to be validated so passport or driving licence PLUS utility bill/other suitable document) plus email address to email access code document to.
  2. Email the practice on souccg.camberwellgreensurgery@nhs.net – a member of staff will contact you to discuss and set up your nominated pharmacy for the Electronic Prescription Service and to help you set up online access via option 1 for future requests

Please note we are no longer taking any prescription requests over the phone as of 29.5.20

 

Seeking clinical advice during Covid-19 pandemic

  • We are currently operating a full triage system whereby patients are triaged by a clinician in the first instance, for all non-urgent matters please use the e-consult tool that can be found on our home page. For all urgent matters or if you are feeling unwell the please ring the practice before 10:00 to be put on the clinical call back list.
  • If you need to be seen the GP will discuss this with you and arrange for you to be seen either at our Essential GP or at our Community Covid-19 service, both of which are local to us.

 

Attending A&E

  • A&E services are still operational and we urge patients who are acutely unwell not to delay in seeking seek urgent medical treatment.

 

When we are closed

  • Call 111 or visit 111.nhs.uk

Site Access for Patients

disabled_bayThe Practice tries where possible to enable patients with access or special needs requirements to use the building in order to get the best possible clinical care. There is a lift, allowing access to upper levels of the building. Additionally we try to keep one of the ground floor consulting rooms available for disabled or patients with access needs.

If you have any access or special needs please can you inform a member of staff when making contact with the surgery so we can be best prepared to help and assist accordingly.



 
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