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The purpose of this page is to keep you up to date with new treatments, clinics and features related to Mortimer Surgery.

Extended Hours

Extended hours surgeries are held on most Tuesdays Evenings & Saturday Mornings. There are now nurse clinic appointments on Tuesday evenings.  In addition we will be running an occasional Wednesday extended hours clinic.  These will be announced here and by poster in the surgery. These are for booked appointments only.

Mortimer Pharmacy

The Mortimer Pharmacy located opposite main reception is open late into the evening on weekdays and during the day at weekends. It is closed on Bank Holidays.

IT/Electronic Patient Records

Statement of Intent for Mortimer Surgery

New contractual requirements came into force from 1st April 2014 requiring that GP practices should make available a statement of intent in relation to the following IT developments:-

  1. Referral Management
  2. Electronic Appointment Booking
  3. Online Booking of repeat prescriptions
  4. Summary Care Record
  5. GP2GP transfers
  6. Patient Access to records.

Dr Strang and Partners are working closely with our System Suppliers and it is our intention to have all these developments available to our patients by 31st March 2015.

Mortimer Surgery Visitors Car Park

Please note:  Patients can park their vehicles in the Visitors Car Park at the rear of the Surgery at their own risk.  Mortimer Surgery take no responsibility for any damage or loss caused whilst your vehicle is on the premises. 

For the attention of Patients moving out of the Area

Due to the increase in patients joining our Surgery who have recently moved into the practice area, we are now unable to continue to keep patients on our list when they move out of the practice area.

Patients who move out of our area will be asked to register at a local surgery

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 
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