We would like to thank you for taking a look at our website. We aim to provide an excellent service, which will improve the health of the local community and prevent illness.
We hope to do this by working in partnership with our patients to help them stay healthy.
By eating well, taking regular exercise, not smoking and drinking only small amounts of alcohol, many diseases can be prevented. When illness does occur, opting for a healthy lifestyle can often improve symptoms and help you get better faster. Please use this website as another resource to help you stay well.
We aim to improve satisfaction with our service by keeping you informed about what is going on at Ashburn. We hope this website will contain all the information you need to get the most out of the surgery.
ONLINE SERVICES ARE NOW AVAILABLE. IF YOU HAVE INTERNET ACCESS PLEASE ASK AT RECEPTION FOR REGISTRATION DETAILS.
- E-Consult on-line help tool. Why wait holding on the telephone or coming to the surgery if you have a Non-urgent query about your health, medication, require a follow-up sicknote or simply want to know about your recent blood or other test results. You will receive a response by the end of the next working day from one of our GPs. Why not try using E-consult first.
- You can book GP Appointments and order Repeat Prescriptions on-line or by our automated telephone service. You must still allow 2 full working days for processing prescription requests.
- You can view your Summary Care Record
- You can notify us of changes to address or telephone numbers.
- The website contains advice on making appointments and ordering prescriptions;
It will have advice on managing medical problems and links to useful health information. We hope you will be able to use it to make suggestions and leave feedback.
IMPORTANT : This GP practice does not endorse any company cold calling patients requesting their medication details. Please be very careful about giving your personal and medical details to anyone calling you unless you are happy to do so and have properly identified who you are talking to. If you have any concerns please contact your GP practice or local pharmacist to discuss matters further.