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Important Information

Your Named Doctor

All patients are automatically registered with Mytton Oak Medical Practice. As part of a government initiative patients have also now been allocated to a named accountable GP. It is important to note that patients are still free to see whichever GP they choose, however any incoming post or results will normally be reviewed by your named GP who will have overall responsibility for your care. If you would like to know who your allocated named GP is then please speak to any member of staff when you next attend the practice or alternatively ask at reception.


Online Access to Records

It is  possible for Patients to book, amend and cancel appointments and to order repeat prescriptions online. It is also possible for patients to view their medical records, including test results online. Please contact the surgery for details.

 

Minor Surgery

minor_injury7Certain doctors carry out regular minor surgery clinics each month. If your doctor agrees that you require minor surgery you will be offered one of these appointments.

Family Planning

A family planning clinic is held weekly ,  offering a full range of family planning services and advice. Please contact Reception to book an appointment.

Immunisation

The immunisation session is held on a Wednesday morning between 9:30am – 12:30pm. Any queries with your immunisation appointment can be dealt with by Child Health Department on 01785 221151 or by leaving a message with the reception staff.

Private Services

Some services that are provided at the surgery are not covered by the NHS. The following are services for which an appropriate charge will be made:- 

  • Private Medical Certificates of all kinds, 
  • holiday cancellation certificates, 
  • some holiday vaccinations ie yellow fever, 
  • BUPA/PPA etc, 
  • claim forms,
  • medical examinations.

Management And Self Treatment Of Common Minor Illnesses

Many conditions will get better on their own and can be treated successfully at home. These notes are for guidance only. Any patient or relative who is concerned about a complaint because of its severity, persistence or failure to improve with appropriate measures should, of course, contact the surgery for further advice.

 
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