7 North BrinkWisbechCambs, PE13 1JUTel: 01945 660460
Please be aware that the Dispensary will be closed on the 8th August 2018 from 10:30am - 11:30am. We apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.
When you have an appointment please remember that you can use one of the self check-in screens to inform the clinician of your arrival. It will inform you of who you are seeing and which room you should go to. Please use the in-house Blood Pressure machine before your appointment and give the result to the clinician that you are seeing.
Due to a recent change in legisitation, ALL requests for Online Booking details will need to be made in the practice. Please also be aware that we will require identification which can be in the following forms:
Please note: A maximum of 3 appointments may be booked online. If you have reached this limit but need further appointments, please contact us on 01945 660460.
You are now able to book online for the Same Day Clinic and the Pre-Bookable Clinic. Same Day Clinic appointments are available online on the day from 8:00am. Pre-Bookable Clinic appointments are available online to book in advance. Both of these clinics are run by a nurse and clinically supervised by a GP.
Do NOT use the Online Booking System to book:
A SystmOnline app is now available to download free on iOS enabled mobiles. The app enables you to:
To download now search for 'SystmOnline'.
If you are housebound or are too ill to attend the practice, please phone us on 01945 660460 from 8am to request a home visit.
If you are ill for seven days or less then you do not require a doctor's sickness certificate.
It is the responsibility of employees to self-certificate for any absence from work through illness of less than seven days duration. For more information please visit the HMRC website.
Unfortunately, pressures on general practice mean that we have to review our work to ensure that we are able to focus on our key duty of care for patients, and so we are unable to provide sick notes for absences of less than a week.
If you are sick for more than seven days, your employer can ask you to give them some form of medical evidence to support payment of SSP (statutory sick pay).
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