COVID-19 INFORMATION

Wuhan Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)

What to do if you have symptoms?

  • a high temperature (of 37.8 degrees centigrade or higher)
  • a new continuous cough
  • Loss of smell and/or taste

We recommend you have a test to see if you have COVID-19 if you have the above symptoms – go to testing to arrange.

If you live with someone who is 70 or over, has a long-term condition, is pregnant or has a weakened immune system, try to find somewhere else for them to stay for 14 days.

Please do not visit Langley Medical Practice, do not go to a pharmacy or hospital.  Stay indoors, avoid close contact with people, stay at least 3 steps apart from people, wash your hands for at least 20 seconds regularly, and do not contact NHS 111 to tell them you are staying at home.  COVID-19 stay at home guidance

If your symptoms worsen after 7 days contact NHS 111 online

We are unable to issue "sick" notes to employers for patients self-isolating. Please follow the attached guidelines for more information. Patients can complete either one of the following: 111 nhs isolation note or Letter for Employer

Latest information on Coronavirus COVID-19

Travel advice

Appointments at the surgery are now being booked by a doctor after talking with you over the phone first.

Reception will allocate you to a GP who will call you back.This will be either in the morning OR afternoon.

We are now seeing patients by invitation only for appointments with GPs or nurses such as Diabetes, Asthma, NHS Health Checks, audiograms, ear syringing, travel vaccinations, cryotherapy and minor surgery, 24 hour blood pressure monitoring, and blood testing. We are not currently offering Spirometry testing.

If you have been booked in to see a nurse, GP or our phlebotomist, please attend Surbiton Health Centre wearing a face covering.

Managing Long Term Conditions during COVID-19 

There is some useful information on accessing patient services, and in addition managing your medicines and applicances during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Patient information FAQs for face to face appointments at Langley Medical Practice

 

Face Coverings

From 8th August 2020 patients are required to wear a face covering when entering a GP Practice as well as a business or shop.

Government guidance on face coverings

This is in addition to wearing one on Public Transport which has been mandatory for some time now.

If you feel you are unable to wear a mask for auditory/sensory/breathing reasons, please visit Mask Exemption Cards and download a card to show if asked why you are not wearing one.

Please note, it is NOT the responsibility or the role of the Surgery to issue anyone with an exemption letter or certificate. Please use the link above for more information.

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