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Please note that both surgeries will be closed on 12th September 2017 from 12.30pm to 6.30pm for staff training.

Please note that from 31st July 2017 the opening hours for the Dispensary at John Tasker House will be Monday to Friday 08:30-12:30 and 14.00-18.00.

HUB appointments - To cancel a weekend or evening appointment at the Dunmow Clinic please call 0300 303 7300 not the surgery.

The NHS PRESCRIPTION FEE has increased to £8.60 per item from the 1st April 2017.

EVENING APPOINTMENTS are available, Monday & Thursday 6.30 to 7.30pm at John Tasker House for both JTH and Felsted patients.

For EMERGENCIES OUT OF HOURS please telephone 111 (6.30pm-8.00am)

We are in the process of moving our online ordering of repeat prescriptions to a new system. Patients will need to attend the surgery with photographic ID (Photo Driving Licence, Passport etc.,) to register for the new service.  When they have registered for the new service patients will also be able to book appointments on-line and view their medication, allergies and immunisations. When you have received your registration details from the surgery please click on the Patient Access button below to access the service.  

Order your repeat prescriptions online...visit our prescriptions page

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My Care Record will help deliver better co-ordinated care

 

People in west Essex will benefit from better, joined-up care thanks to a new programme which gives health and care professionals the ability to view medical records during treatment.

Health and care professionals need to access information in order to make the best decisions about a patient’s diagnosis and treatment. My Care Record will help this to happen more quickly and accurately. Before viewing the record, patients will be asked for their permission by the professional treating them. 

 

My Care Record does not share information, but provides health and care professionals, with permission, access to view information. An example could include allowing a hospital doctor to see a person’s previous medical treatment or conditions in order to treat them appropriately.

 

A microsite – www.mycarerecord.org.uk - with frequently asked questions has been created for people to find out more.

 

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