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Covid-19 Newsletter

Please see below a newsletter for the Covid-19 period which will inform you of changes we have made to accommodate patients COVID-19 Newsletter 2020

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Veterans Information – COVID-19

COVID-19 AF briefing March 2020 NHS health care for the Armed Forces community with links April 2020 v12

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Coronavirus

As of Monday 16th March 2020 until further notice, we will no longer be seeing patients face to face. All patients will be triaged by the receptionist regarding coronavirus symptoms, before being added to the doctors telephone triage list. Please … Continue reading

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CQC Inspection Rating

Please see below our overall CQC Inspection Rating: CQC Inspection Rating January 2020

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The Autism Hub

EVENTS AND WORKSHOPS 2020 Parents @ The Autism Hub (2)

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GP to Pharmacy

POSTER GP2P

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Children’s A&E Services

Please see below information about the new opening and closing times for Children’s A&E at South Tyneside District Hospital.  

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Samples and Specimens

Could all samples and specimens please be handed in no later than 12 noon this is to ensure that they can all get to the labs via the courier by a certain time. Please note if a sample is handed … Continue reading

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Changes to Our Opening Hours

Opening Times from 1st July 2019 Monday 8.00am – 6.00pm Tuesday 8.00am – 6.00pm Wednesday 7.00am – 6.00pm Thursday 7.00am – 2.00pm (Surgery is closed but phone lines remain open until 18:00pm) Friday 8.00am – 6.00pm We also offer extended … Continue reading

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THINK WHY A&E

Why wait for hours in A&E for something your GP can treat. A&E departments treat patients with serious or life-threatening illnesses and injuries, so you should only call 999 or visit A&E when your situation is an emergency. Using a … Continue reading

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