HWE Diabetes Support Group Webinar – 28th February 7-8pm Pharmacy First MMR Half-Term Pop-Up Clinics MARKYATE PATIENTS – CAR PARK Practice Closure – Staff Training, 15th February New Pharmacy First Services Available Without Prescription Diabetes and Emotional Wellbeing Webinar -15th February, 3-4pm Waiting list information on the NHS App Carers in Herts – New Course Access eConsult through the NHS App
Patient living in the UK
If you are temporarily visiting, within the Practice boundary and need the services of a GP Practice, then your own GP Practice are often best placed to continue to provide this as they have access to your medical records and current medication. They should be able to provide a telephone appointment for you to speak to your GP or another clinician as appropriate and your prescription (if you are resident in England or Wales) can also be sent to any pharmacy you choose by them.
You should also consider calling NHS 111 in the first instance, where they may direct you to an Urgent Care Centre or A&E, that may be more appropriate to your needs.
Should it be necessary to see one of our clinicians face to face then:
Visiting from Overseas
Patients visiting from overseas may be treated under the NHS if regarded as emergency or immediately necessary otherwise they will be treated as private patients. Fees charged for Immediate & Necessary prescriptions are the same as paid by Practice Patients