Welcome to Abridge Surgery
Important Patient Information / Update 19th May 2020
Please note that we will no longer be accepting urine samples unless requested by a clinician
Please continue to put prescriptions and any correspondence in the lockable box at the front of the surgery
Important Patient Information: Non-Covid emergencies
- Please don’t ignore medical emergencies.
- The surgery is still open for telephone and video consultations with both the GPs and nurse.
- Any patients with chronic diseases, contact the surgery to book an appointment
- We are still giving baby and children’s immunisations – contact the surgery to book an appointment
Important Patient Information
- We will now be triaging all appointments when you call to make an appointment.
- Please do not come into the surgery to post your repeat prescription.
- Please use the box outside the surgery (which is emptied regularly).
- We will not now be printing prescriptions at the surgery.
- If you do not already have a nominated pharmacy please telephone the surgery to arrange this.
If you are needing a self isolation note for your employer please click here to download a letter you can complete.
Thanks to the grand fundraising efforts of our PPG the new Railex filing system has been now fitted and filled
The baby changing unit is also in place ready for use when the surgery opens.
The spirometer and ECG machines are being used and the hydraulic patient couch is now operational.
We look forward to working with our PPG again when the surgery re-opens to continue our fundraising efforts to help our community in the surgery.
Thank you to our patients for your many words of support during this time. It is very comforting and they are very much appreciated by our staff.
Abridge Surgery Team
Data Protection Act - Patient Information
Click here for the details including the full policy.
ABRIDGE SURGERY HOSPITAL DISCHARGE AND OUTPATIENT PRESCRIPTIONS
Please be aware that the Surgery will no longer be fulfilling any hospital discharge or outpatient prescriptions in accordance with West Essex CCG requirements.
Any prescriptions that have been given to you upon hospital discharge or from outpatients must be fulfilled by the discharging hospital and NOT Abridge Surgery.
Unfortunately if you present your hospital discharge prescription at the Surgery you will be asked to return to the hospital to collect your medication.
Thank you in advance for your understanding
Abridge Surgery & West Essex CCG
In accordance with NHS England guidance, our patient referrals may be discussed with colleagues and West Essex CCG representatives.
Dr Douglas Colvin & Dr Ben Isinkaye
How To Contact Us
37 Ongar Road
Tel: 01992 812961
Out of Hours
Click here for the information on who to contact when the surgery is closed.
The surgery is accessible by wheelchair and has disabled toilet facilities.
If you have a query with you prescription after we have electronically sent this to your nominated pharmacy, you must speak with them about it.
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If you are not sure what you should do when you are feeling unwell, use the NHS website to see available local services, get advice or find the best treatment for your symptoms.
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Information from the Care Quality Commission
Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.
This widget provides a summary of the results of the latest checks carried out by the CQC.