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Littlebourne Surgery Temporary Closure

Unfortunately, do due to staff shortages and social distancing during these uncertain times we have had temporarily close Littlebourne Surgery to our patients. 

Please note: Repeat prescription requests can still be posted through the letter box for processing the usual way. However, please highlight from the list below how you prefer to collect your prescription when it is ready for collection by writing a note detailing your preferred option on the prescription request:

  1. Collect from a Nominated Pharmacy (our preferred option)
  2. Collect in person from Littlebourne Surgery
  3. Posted to your home address via first class post

If you have a health issue and need to speak to a clinician please telephone the surgery on 01227 721515, you will be triaged by a clinician and invited to attend one of our other two sites (Bridge Health Centre or London Road) if a face to face appointment is deemed neccessary.


 Cossington House Surgery Temporary Closure

Unfortunately, do due to staff shortages during these uncertain times we have had temporarily close Cossington House Surgery to our patients. 

Please note: Repeat prescription requests can still be posted through the letter box for processing the usual way. However, please highlight from the list below how you prefer to collect your prescription when it is ready for collection by writing a note detailing your preferred option on the prescription request:

  1. Collect from a Nominated Pharmacy
  2. Collect in person from London Road Surgery
  3. Posted to your home address via first class post

If you have a health issue and need to speak to a clinician please telephone the surgery on 01227 763377, you will be triaged by a clinician and invited to attend one of our other two sites (London Road or Bridge Health Centre) if a face to face appointment is deemed neccessary.

 Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience this temporary arrangement may cause you

On behalf of the Partners thank you for your co-operation - Canterbury Medical Practice


COVID 19 - Medication Information 

As a practice, we recognise that supply of medication is crucial at this difficult time and that it is natural to feel anxious about any disruption. We are assured that no significant shortages are expected, and there are plans in place to maintain supplies. It's important that patients only order what they need at the usual time. There is no need to stockpile or order earlier than usual. This will help limit the pressure on our reception staff, dispensary and community pharmacies. If you are self-isolating, another adult can collect medication on your behalf - it doesn't need to be a relative. We will update patients as soon as possible if there any changes to prescription systems. Thank you for your co-operation

IA BannerCORONAVIRUS: Update for patients and the public:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ 

Covid-19 is a new illness that can affect your lungs and airways. It’s caused by a virus called Coronavirus and National Guidance advises: Patients experiencing a new continuous cough, breathing difficulty and/or a high temperature are asked NOT to visit the GP surgery in person. All our appointments are being telephone triaged by a clinician before a face to face appointment can be arranged. If you are concerned that you have the symptoms of Coronavirus please visit https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 or contact 111 for advice. We are relying on our patient’s co-operation as this will prevent the interruption of our practice services. Thank you, Canterbury Medical Practice.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-stay-at-home-guidance 

Welcome to Canterbury Medical Practice

Welcome along to our Practice website where we hope you will quickly benefit from a user friendly layout and a wealth of information about our healthcare services. Find out when we’re open and what to do when we’re not, all from the comfort of your own home.

Bridge Health Centre 

Bridge Health Centre is situated in the village of Bridge and provides medical services to patients from Bridge, South Canterbury and surrounding villages.

Bridge Health Centre offers easy access for wheelchair users with designated parking bays close to the front door. All consulting rooms are on the ground floor and the disabled toilet is adjacent to the waiting room.

Cossington House Surgery 

Cossington House Surgery is situated close to the city centre and provides services to patients in and around the centre of Canterbury.

The building has been modified to assist people with disabilities there is a ramp at the front and rear of the building, as well as the downstairs toilet being designed to take a wheelchair. Doctors who normally have surgeries upstairs can consult patients in a downstairs room; please inform reception when booking your appointment.

Cossington House Surgery Temporary Closure

Littlebourne SurgeryLittlebourne

Littlebourne Surgery is situated in the centre of Littlebourne and provides medical services to patients from Littlebourne, South Canterbury and the surrounding villages.

Littlebourne Surgery Temporary Closure

We are also able to provide dispensing services to most patients registered at Littlebourne Surgery

For more information click here.

London Road Surgery 

London Road Surgery is situated to the north of Canterbury City Centre and provides services to patients from the Canterbury area.

London Road Surgery is a split-level building and so it may not always be possible for patients to be seen on the ground floor. If you wish to be seen on the ground floor please inform Reception when booking your appointment.

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