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  • Hayfever Treatment Advice

    Do you suffer from Hayfever?  Please click on the link and get some advice.

     

     
  • FLU CAMPAIGN 2017

    If you are 65 years old or over, or fall into one of the at risk categories, then please attend one of our Flu walk in clincs.  Please click here for the clinic dates.  Please note these are for adults only

    Children eligible for the flu vaccination; please contact reception for further information.

    If you require any further information please contact the surgery on 01423 322309.

     

     
  • Christmas and New Year closures

    We will be closed over the Christmas and New Year period 2017/2018:

    Monday 25th December

    Tuesday 26th December

    Monday 1st January

    Please ensure you have enough medication to carry you through the holiday period and please order in plenty of time, thank you.

    If you require urgent healthcare advice when the surgery is closed you should call 111, the  NHS 111 service.

    If you have a life-threatening emergency please call 999.

     

     

     
  • Upcoming Surgery Closure

    Please note the surgery will be closed for a Training Afternoon on: 

    Thursday 8th February 2018 from 1pm.

    The surgery will reopen as usual the next day, Friday 9th February 2018 from 8am.

    If you require urgent healthcare advice when the surgery is closed you should call 111, the  NHS 111 service.

    If you have a life-threatening emergency please call 999.

     

     
  • Dispensary Opening Times

    Please be aware the Dispensary is not open on a Saturday morning when the Surgery is running a Saturday morning clinic.

    The Dispensary hours are Monday - Friday, 8.30am - 6pm.

     

     
  • Who is my named GP?

    All Patients haven been allocated a named GP who is responsible for the Patient's overall care.

    Please contact the surgery if you would like to know the name of your GP.

    Although you have a named GP, you can still make appointments with any of our doctors.

     If you wish you can also ask to change your named GP and we would aim to accommodate this request wherever possible.

     
  • Online services for 11-16 year olds

    Unfortunately for operational reasons, online services will not be available to patients aged between 11-16 years.

    Any queries please contact, Miss Wendy Dowson, Practice Manager

     

     
  • Yellow Fever Centre

    Church Lane Surgery is now a registered Yellow Fever Centre

     

     
  • TTP SystmOne App

    TPP have released a SystmOnline app, available currently for the IOS platform, which offers patients much of the same functionality as the SystmOnline website, but optimised for smartphones.

    The app can be downloaded for free now, for how to please click here

     

     

Welcome to Church Lane Surgery, Boroughbridge

Thank you for visiting the Church Lane Surgery Website.


Welcome to the practice.


We have an ever expanding team which includes ten permanent doctors (as well as visiting trainees), receptionists, management staff, practice and district nurses, a midwife, and health visitors. In addition we have visiting podiatrists, a dietician, physiotherapist, a psychologist and Counsellors.

We aim to offer you a comprehensive service.

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Order a repeat prescription   Practice services

 

PRACTICE MISSION STATEMENT

We are committed to upholding and improving the excellent standards of patient care by providng a well trained, motivated and friendly Primary Health Care Team.

 

PRACTICE BOOKLET

To view, print or save our Practice Booklet please click here and follow the instructions or alternatively a copy is available from reception.

 

Phone Rxpad

Helperby Surgery

Telephone repeat prescription requests should go via

Boroughbridge Dispensary

on

01423 325755

between

10.30am-3pm

(Monday-Friday)


Thank you

Please note you can still collect your prescriptions from Helperby.

 

 

The NHS Friends and Family Test

The Friends & Family Test is about giving patients the opportunity to provide quick feedback on their care and treatment experience.

You can say what is going well and what can be improved so that people who make decisions about local healthcare can take your views into account.

It doesn’t take long and you don’t need to give your details on your feedback form.

Look for details at reception, in the waiting areas or click on the link above or opposite.

 

 

The cervical screening test, commonly known as the smear test, can detect abnormal cells that develop before cancer. By taking a smear test when invited by their GP, women give themselves the best chance of detecting pre-cancerous cells, which can be easily treated. Get a smear test – it’s worth it!”

A cervical smear test for women involves a simple, quick test for changes which occur before cancer develops.  These changes can be easily treated in an outpatient clinic and cancer prevented.

All Women aged between 25 and 64 will be invited for their smear test by letter and should have regular smear tests unless advised otherwise.  If you think you are due to have a test and have not been called, please let us know.  Smears are very important so if you are worried about the test or would like to know more, please ask - do not just ignore the letter.

Find out more via the links below:

'Get a smear test - it's worth it!' article

NHS Cervical Screening