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Evening Clinic - Extended Access Service

From week commencing 26 November 2018 the above service will be delivered at:-

Belvoir Vale Surgery, Bottesford     6.30pm-8.30pm    Thursday

There will be a clinician session and nursing session running with appointment availability at an increased level to accommodate the same level of appointments previously offered.

The last Monday clinic will take place on 19 November 2018.

We will assess the level of uptake over the coming months. 

Many thanks for your kind co-operation.

Information Notice

Repeat Prescriptions - we have reverted back to two full working days for repeat orders.  In accordance with NHS guidance repeat prescriptions are, in general, issued as a one month supply.

Belvoir Vale Surgery has now merged with The Welby Practice

As there are two sites in Bottesford we will refer to the practice as The Wellby Practice with the site name as Belvoir Vale or Welby Bottesford, the other locations are known as Harlaxton and Waltham.

You will notice some changes e.g. The Welby Practice header on letters, etc.

You will be able to book appointments with GPs, ANP, NP, Nurses and HCAs across all the sites.

Chaperone

Intimate examinations are part of the day-to-day work of all GP's. If an examination is required, the practice will offer a chaperone and the purpose and nature of any examination will be thoroughly explained before the procedure.

A chaperone is standard practice during intimate examinations; often their role is simply to provide support to patients in vulnerable situations. This also safeguards both doctor and patient in the unlikely event that misunderstandings or allegations of misconduct should occur.

You may wish to have a chaperone present during your consultation or examination.  Please advise the receptionist who will organise for either a nurse or a member of staff to be present.

 
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