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FLU DAY-SATURDAY FLU CLINIC


Saturday 13th October 2018


8.30 am - 11.00 am


PLEASE CONTACT RECEPTION TO BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT


Asthma review form - please click here  


SELF CARE - Click HERE


Cancelling an Appointment - If you are unable to attend an appointment for any reason, please let reception know as soon as possible, even if it is 30 minutes notice, we may still be able to offer the appointment to another patient.


Combs Ford Surgery part of Suffolk Primary Care.....


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AFTERNOON CLOSURE DATES                

When We Are Closed

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An Out of Hours Doctor service is offered for all patients registered with our practice when our practice is closed.

From 6.30pm to 8.00am weekdays and all day during the weekend and Bank Holidays, emergency medical advice can be obtained by telephoning 111.  You can also telephone the normal surgery number and this number will be given to you.

IN THE EVENT OF SEVERE CHEST PAIN, BREATHLESSNESS, COLLAPSE OR HEAVY BREATHING DIAL "999" FOR AN AMBULANCE.

 

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens

AFTERNOON TRAINING DATES  

The Practice will be training between 13.00 - 18.30 on the following dates for vital GP training and education: 

 

Thursday 13th September

The surgery doors will remain open but we will only have the following services running:

 

Reception – We will have a receptionist on the front desk for general enquiries.

Dispensary – We will have a dispenser to help with repeat prescriptions and collection of medication.

 

Emergencies – If you have a medical emergency, you will need to call 999 or for non-urgent medical advice, please call NHS 111 service.

There are no clinicians available to see patients during the training afternoon.

 

 
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