Coronavirus (COVID-19): As we remain alert, please remember to bring an appropriate face covering if you are visiting the practice.

If you or a member of your household have a new continuous cough, a high temperature or a loss in or change of your sense of smell or taste,
please DO NOT come to the GP surgery unless requested to do so by a member of our team. Instead, please self isolate immediately in case you have COVID 19.
You must use the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment and testing service or call 111 if you cannot get help online.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): As we remain alert, please remember to bring an appropriate face covering if you are visiting the practice.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): As we remain alert, please remember to bring an appropriate face covering if you are visiting the practice.

If you or a member of your household have a new continuous cough, a high temperature or a loss in or change of your sense of smell or taste,
please DO NOT come to the GP surgery unless requested to do so by a member of our team. Instead, please self isolate immediately in case you have COVID 19.
You must use the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment and testing service or call 111 if you cannot get help online.

Coronavirus (COVID-19):

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Changes to Blood Tests - 26 August 2021

Currently there is a temporary national shortage of blood test bottles, which is expected to last until 17 September.

Unfortunately, this is affecting every healthcare service provider and we have been requested by NHS England to pause all non-urgent blood tests.

We will carefully assess all required blood tests to determine those that can be safely delayed. We will update patients when more information on the shortages changes. Thank you for your understanding and patience.

Emergencies

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Emergencies

What to do in an Emergency

Whatever the day or time, if you or someone else experiences severe chest pain, loss of blood or suspected broken bones, or any other life threatening illness go to your nearest accident and emergency department or call 999.

Accident and emergency departments are open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and can assess serious injuries and provide emergency treatment.

OUT OF HOURS CARE – CASSIDY MEDICAL CENTRE – “WEEKEND PLUS”

Cassidy Medical Centre offers extended hours of service as part of the “Weekend Plus” service. This includes weekday evenings and early mornings, as well as weekends:

Monday 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Tuesday 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Wednesday 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Thursday 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Friday 6:30pm – 8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am – 3.00pm
Sunday 9:00am – 3.00pm

To book an appointment during our Weekend Plus hours, please contact reception on 020 7384 4850. The receptionist will then advise you of the times and dates that Weekend Plus practices have available and will book you an appointment.

The receptionist will ask you if you consent to record sharing. By consenting to record sharing, this will enable the Weekend Plus practice at which you have booked an appointment to access your records so the GP can provide you with appropriate care. Without record sharing, the GP will not be able to provide appropriate care for you.

You will receive a text message (if we a have mobile number for you – if not please provide us with one) confirming the time, date, the practice name and postcode. To cancel your appointment, please contact the practice.

NHS 111 Service

111 is the free, easy to remember number to call when you need help or advice urgently when it’s not a life-threatening situation or for out of hours care.

When should you use NHS 111?

People should use the NHS 111 service if they need help or advice urgently when it’s not a life-threatening situation.

You should call 111 if:

  • it’s not a 999 emergency
  • you don’t think it can wait for an appointment with your GP
  • you don’t know who to call for medical help

For less urgent health needs, you should still contact your GP or dentist in the usual way. For immediate, life-threatening emergencies, patients should dial 999.

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