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Face Masks
Infection control guidance from NHSE was updated on 1 June.
The updated guidance from NHS England means that not all patients will be asked to wear a mask or face covering when attending the Practice. We will now only ask patients attending the Practice who have respiratory or COVID19 symptoms to wear a mask or other face covering.
If you are coming to the Practice to see a member of our team because you have respiratory symptoms, you will be asked to wear a mask or face covering.
Clinicians at the Practice may not routinely wear a facemask when seeing you for your appointment. They will wear a mask if you have respiratory symptoms. Some staff may choose to wear a mask to limit their own risk, but this will now be an individual decision.

Hay fever medication.

Reminder that the NHS does not support the prescribing of hay fever medication.
Most hay fever medication can be purchased over the counter from pharmacies, supermarkets & reputable online retailers at very reasonable prices.

Please speak to your local pharmacy for advice.

Opening Times

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 MorningAfternoon
Monday08:30 - 12:3013:30 - 18:30
Tuesday08:30 - 12:3013:30 - 18:30
Wednesday08:30 - 12:3013:30 - 18:30
Thursday08:30 - 12:3013:30 - 18:30
Friday07:30 - 12:3012:30 - 17:30
Weekendclosedclosed

Closed: 12:30-13:30 Mon-Thurs

Cricklade Surgery

 MorningAfternoon
Monday08:30 - 12:3014:00 - 17:00
Tuesday08:30 - 12:30closed
Wednesday08:30 - 12:30closed
Thursday08:30 - 12:3014:00 - 17:00
Friday08:30 - 12:3014:00 - 17:00
Weekendclosedclosed

 

Extended Hours

As a service to patients who find it difficult to attend appointments during the day we are now offering a limited number of appointments outside normal hours. These will be on Friday mornings and Monday, Tuesday, Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings. This is based on a 4 week rota (we are not open all of these sessions every week). Please call to see when we are offering extended opening this week.

Please note that these are for routine, pre-booked appointments only. Emergencies on the day will still be covered by the out-of-hours service. The door may be locked during these surgeries. Patients with an appointment should knock/ring for access.

 
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