NOTES TO PATIENTS
Coming soon...
 
Please be vigilant when leaving your car in the surgery car park.  I am sorry to say that there is a thief operating in the area so remove all valuables from view, preferably taking your handbags/wallets with you - Janine, Practice Manager

Surgery is CLOSED on the afternoon of 20th March 2015.

Its not too late to have your flu jab! if you normally have your jab at the surgery, don't hesitate to phone up!

Patient Participation Group - update, please see page
 

Urine samples to be handed in before 11.30am please ensure properly labelled and include details such as your name and date of birth.
 

Blood tests results - we will contact you if there is a problem
 

Friends and Family Test.  You are welcome to complete a quick feedback card and post it in the box provided in the waiting room.
 

Summary Care Record - your emergency care summary - please note that your essential medical information will be available to authorised healthcare workers anywhere in the Country if required in an emergency unless you opt out.  If you wish to opt out please ask for the form at Reception.  See 'how to register'.

 

 

Welcome to Waterbeach Surgery

This friendly village practice provides comprehensive family health care with a wide range of services to the villages of Waterbeach, Landbeach, Horningsea, Clayhithe, Chittering & Milton.

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Surgery Hours
The surgery is open 8.30am - 6pm with a lunchtime administrative closure 1-3pm.  For urgent assistance/advice during this time, the Practice Duty Doctor can be contacted via Urgent Care Cambridgeshire on 0330 123 9131.  In addition on a weekly basis there are some Tuesday morning appointments from 6.45am and some late Wednesday evening appointments up until 7.30pm.
 

You may telephone us between 8.30 am - 1.00 pm and 3.00 pm - 6.00 pm

Telephone Advice
Routine telephone advice is available from a nurse or doctor during surgery hours. If you need medical advice from a nurse or a doctor, please telephone after 9 am and be prepared to leave a telephone number where we can contact you. A nurse or doctor will call you back later during the day.

If you feel that you need to see a doctor urgently, please telephone between 8.30 and 9.00am. Your call will be triaged by a nurse or doctor and if assessed as urgent, you will be given an appointment time. Urgent appointments are usually fitted in at the end of the morning surgery. It may not be possible for you to see the doctor of your choice, but you will be seen. Please remember in extreme emergencies, you may need to make a judgement and telephone 999 for an ambulance.

Disclosure of information
Unless you object, information about you may be shared within the healthcare team in order to provide your care. This may include admin staff that support the provision of this care. All personal information is treated with the strictest confidence and not passed to any outside agency (e.g. solicitors etc) without your written consent.