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Sick notes - please click here for self certification for up to 14 days to complete and give to your employer.  It is explained on the letter that General Practices will not be providing a medical certification for absences due to self isolation.

DISPENSARY - Due to unprecedented demand please be advised that prescriptions are currently taking 4 days to process.  Please be assured that we have plenty of medication in stock and please DO NOT over order.  This will ensure that all patients have the medication that they need.




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NHS England have stated that all patients must have access to book and cancel extended hour appointments between the hours of 18:30 - 20:00 Monday to Friday and 08:00 - 12:00 Saturday and Sunday. They have set up a separate telephone line to enable patients to book or cancel these appointments within these hours. The Reception staff based at the Worcester hub will receive the incoming calls and will have the ability to book patients into one of the five hubs, depending on availability and whether it is appropriate. Please use the telephone number 01905 789061 to book an appointment direct . This number will only be available for patients to use during evening and weekend extended hours, during core hours  patients will be required to contact their own practice

(Site updated 27/03/2020)
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