NOTICE On the Thursday 14th November 2019 we are hosting a Practice Educational Away Day.
Limited Service will be available at Endless Street Surgery only. If your matter is non urgent, kindly arrange for your appointment for the day prior or day after.
Thank you for your help
and understanding on this matter
Coming soon -
We are excited to announce that we are creating another Clinical Room to improve access to our services.
We apologise for any noise, disruption or inconvenience caused during these works.
From the 2nd October - The following (non NHS) services have stopped
The completion of the these documents by the GP for :
Power of Attorney
Advance Directive or Living Will
Countersign Passport photos
From the 1st November there is a Change in fees for - NON NHS SERVICES
Non NHS Services Information
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One single telephone number for all surgeries within the Practice
From 1st September 2019 we will be using one single telephone number for all surgeries within the Practice! T: 01722 336441
- loss of dispensing to the Old Sarum and Longhedge area. Dispensing News
NHS England have recently conducted a rurality review of the Old Sarum and Longhedge Village areas. They have made the decision that this area with its growing housing development and increase in amenities has changed considerably since the last review and should now be considered part of Salisbury. As a result this area can no longer be considered rural and they have withdrawn the controlled locality status with a three months’ notice period.
Therefore this means that we will no longer be able to provide the medication to people living in the Old Sarum and Longhedge area.
All of our patients that are affected should have already received a letter from NHS England explaining this and will now need to have their prescriptions made up at a pharmacy. Please can you let the dispensary team know which Pharmacy you have decided to use so that they can arrange for your prescriptions to be sent to that Pharmacy. Please pass any complaints or concerns back to NHS England as explained in their letter.
Dispensing services and staff shortages
Unfortunately we are experiencing significant staff shortages in the dispensary at present.
As a result we will need to temporarily adjust the level of service we can provide as we will no longer be able to provide daily controlled drug collection at the Winterslow or Endless Street surgery sites and we cannot guarantee we will be able to provide acute prescriptions following appointments in the Winterslow or Endless Street sites for eligible patients.
The dispensary team are working extremely hard and we are actively trying to recruit new members of staff but this process does take some time.
We would be very grateful for your patience during this time.
Dr Sam Dominey, Dispensing Lead
Rural dispensing practices
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Evening & Weekend Appointments now available
Dr Judy Walters has decided to hang up her stethoscope and will finish clinical work at the end of June this year.
Judy will remain a Partner at Three Chequers but her role will change to Clinical Director of the Sarum South Primary Care Network.
We are currently recruiting!! Please see link for the positions available. Please see Staff Vacancies in our footer. Call into our Endless Street Surgery to request an application pack.
Fax Line discontinued from September 2019
From 1st September 2019 we will no longer have an active fax line. We are moving towards a more secure and reliable electronic form of communication.
For prescription requests please use: email@example.com
For all other enquires please use: firstname.lastname@example.org
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