In accordance with guidance received from the NHS and Public Health England, we continue to review and have changed how we provide appointments to ensure the safety of patients and colleagues.
Appointments can be arranged by telephone or online through the NHS app.
If a clinician is currently actively working with you to manage your condition / illness, we will aim for you to have continuity of care with that person. At this time, we are however unable to specify a clinician, if it is not an active condition.
Please be aware that we are unable to provide you with a specific time when a clinician will call, but we can indicate how many other people are on the list before you. You should expect a call from Danebridge Medical Practice.
Should the clinician need further information, they may arrange a video consultation; request that you send a picture through a secure text message; or you may be invited for a face to face appointment.
You should arrive no more than 5 minutes before your appointment and you will be greeted by a member of our Patient Services Team. You should wear a face mask, if you have one.
Unless you are advised to do so by a clinician, please DO NOT visit Danebridge Medical Practice if you or your household have any Coronavirus symptoms. If you believe that you have Coronavirus and your symptoms are serious or are getting worse, please visit NHS 111 online where you will be advised if further medical help is required.