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You can now book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view certain aspects of your medical record online by signing up to our new Patient Access Service. Please see 'Online Services' tab on the right.  If you can spare us a couple of minutes of your time to complete a short survey, please click on the 'Friend & Family Survey' link on the right.  Annandale is taking part in the National Diabetes Audit. For further information see the ‘Diabetes’ tab on the right.

Appointments

appointment_1As we are fully computerised, you can telephone either Annandale Medical Centre or Mobberley Surgery to make your appointment. Please be sure to inform the receptionist which surgery you wish to attend.

You are free to consult whichever doctor you wish, but it is sensible to see the same doctor whenever possible.

You will always be offered the first routine appointment available, however if you feel that you have a problem that will not wait, please inform the receptionist who will endeavour to give you an appointment that day.

We monitor all our appointments and record those patients who fail to attend. It is important if you are unable to keep an appointment to inform us as soon as possible

Telephoning Your doctor

If you wish to speak to your doctor please contact the surgery before 1 pm unless urgent, the receptionists will take your details where you can be contacted on the day and this will be passed to the doctor. Please note the return telephone call could take place at any time of the day and is not designed for patients who are acutely unwell.

Reception

The reception and clerical staff will help you make the best use of our services. A receptionist is probably the first person you will come into contact with. They will help you make appointments, and deal with any other requests. Staff are not however, qualified to give medical advice. Please be assured that any information given to them is treated in the strictest confidence.

 
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