Please be patient with our staff, we are experiencing high call volumes and staff shortages due to Covid. This situation is ongoing whilst staff recover from their illnesses. We understand your frustrations but our staff are working to full capacity to try and ensure all calls are answered.
If you would like to request a prescription, the best and quickest way to do this would be to download the NHS App to your smartphone or tablet. If you do not have a smartphone or tablet, then please email WHCCG.FryernSurgery@nhs.net to request patient access if you do not have access to a computer or device then you may call the surgery on 02380273252 and press Option 3 which will take you through to the prescription line.
COVID VACCINATIONS - Please read this whole message carefully. We now have a date for a further clinic, this clinic is for patients aged over 75 years only, excluding housebound. DO NOT phone the usual surgery number to book, and do not contact Park Surgery under any circumstances as they are not able to book Fryern patients. We will be working our way through a list contacting patients. Alternatively you can phone and book on the following number on these dates and times ONLY From 20th January until 28th January between 10am - 3pm 07949074002. This line is likely to be very busy, please do not worry we will contact you to book.
Housebound patients - If you are on the district nurse case load, please wait to be informed by them when they will give you a covid vaccine. Patients who are not on the case load will be contacted by the surgery to book.
FLU CLINICS - Patients aged 50 -64 who are not in the at risk groups - We have now received a delivery of vaccine. Please contact reception to book an appointment.
Flu clinics for patients over 65 - we are now booking ad hoc appointments.
Flu clinics for AT RISK criteria patients aged 18 -64 APPOINTMENTS we are now booking ad hoc
PLEASE AVOID CALLING ON A MONDAY AS THIS IS THE BUSIEST DAY OF THE WEEK.
Please note images sent to the surgery by an electronic means will be stored as part of your medical records.
(Site updated 20/01/2021)