We are receiving increasing numbers of emails from patients for the attention of doctors, asking for opinions or information, requesting contact from the doctor by phone or email or simply passing information on to the doctor.
The doctors need to manage their workload for the benefit of patients and this means that they deal with the most urgent matters first.and Email correspondence is dealt with in the same way as written correspondence: So, sending a message by email will not provide a ‘fast track’ to the doctor – if you have an urgent medical need, please make contact with the surgery by phone or in person so that this can be promptly assessed and treated without delay.
NO ANTIBOTICS CAN BE ISSUED VIA AN EMAIL REQUEST – THE DOCTOR WOULD NEED TO SEE YOU
Please note we also do not make appointments/correspond via Email or Fax requests, neither do we take any responsibility for its delivery.
Please note the email facility is unmanned and will not be replied to in any circumstances.
Please note we do not accept emails sent directly to the GP and as such will not be replied to.