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Have you booked your holiday yet? 

Please remember to speak to the surgery well in advance of you going abroad for your holidays as some vaccinations need to be given six weeks or more in advance to take effect. We do not stock all vaccinations as they have to be ordered in due to 'shelf-life' and can add time onto the process.

Pick up our revised 'Travel' form from reception or speak to our staff for help and guidance.

 


Surgery Stationery & Forms

We recognise that you might wish to printoff some of the forms we use in the Surgery and fill the details in yourself:

patients who have inhalers on a regular basis should printoff and complete this questionnaire at least once per year and return this completed form to the surgery to update your patient record.

Asthma Questionnaire.docx

if you would like someone else to be able to discuss medical matters on your behalf then this form needs to be completed.

Patient Representative Consent Form

if you are getting a friend, grandparent or other adult to take your child for immunisations, please fill out this consent form.

Consent for Child Immunisations 

  This can be used to let others know what medications you are using and is normally kept in your wallet or purse.  A booklet on the patient passport also available here:

Patient Insulin Passport 

NPSA-2__-_patient_insulin_passport_information_booklet_-_2012-09.pdf

& Patient Insulin Passport for printing,

 

Sickness Self Certification Form  - use this form for short periods of sickness.  GPs are not obliged to issue NHS medical certificates (Fit Notes) for periods of sickness of less than seven days' duration. However, if a patient requires a short-term certificate, the GP is entitled to charge a fee.  If you are improving, it is clearly not an appropriate use of NHS time to see patients for no other purpose than to provide a sick certificate, so please use the form provided.

Advance Directive (AD)(sometimes known as a “Living Will”)we have a form to download if you wish to make us aware of what treatment you wish to have, should you stop having capacity to make your own decisions.

 

 



 
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