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Welcome to The Hawthorn Medical Centre

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Prescription waiting times change 
From 1st August the time it will take to get your prescription will be 3 working days from the time we recieve your request. Please make sure you submit your request in plenty of time to allow for this change.
Electronic Prescription service
We are moving over to Electronic prescriptions from 10th September. Please see link on right hand side for further information.
 Seasonal Flu Clinics
Its that time of year again, we have a walk in surgery on saturday 27th September between 8.30am and 12pm when you can pop along at your convenience, if you are in the qualifying groups, Either 65 years and over or some chronic diseases such as Diabetes, please ask if you are unsure.  We also have booked appointment clinics available starting on Monday 29th September between 5.30pm and 7.30pm, with various other dates available please ask at reception.
 

  SHARING YOUR INFORMATION WITH OTHER HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

We will be asking every patient if they are happy to share their medical record with other users of they same clinical system. This is for the purpose of giving you the correct treatment if you attend a walk in centre or other healthcare provider. (Please see PDF link at bottom of the page entitled our practice leaflet)
 
 
 

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OUT OF HOURS ASSISTANCE

If you feel you need to see a doctor urgently and the practice is closed please dial NHS 111.  Do this by dialling 111 from your handset.

If you need medical help please CHOOSE WELL.  This is a campaign to encourage everyone to get the most appropriate help.  Please remember that a pharmacist may be able to help with minor ailments and A&E is for accidents and emergencies only.


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(Site updated 07/08/2014)
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