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You're invited! PATIENT OPEN DAY Sat 24th Feb 2018 from 12:30 pm to 2:30 pm

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Come along and chat with our friendly team at the Kingfisher Surgery on Elthorne Way to learn more about:

How it’s as easy as 1-2-3 to register as a patient with us;
How to save your time by not having to call the surgery to arrange appointments. Simply register for online access at reception which allows registered patients to book convenient appointments, order repeat prescriptions and access GP records.

We look forward to welcoming you!



Specialist Doctor

We are happy to announce Dr Faisal Diabetic specialist has joined our team and will be available from the 16/1/17 with regular clinics every Tuesday.

5 GP Hubs in Milton Keynes are now offering extended opening hours

Appointments at more convenient times to better suit the Milton Keynes patient population.

As part of the Prime's Ministers GP Access Fund initiative, patients registered with one of the GP practices in the Milton Keynes have gained the added convenience of being able to see a clinician outside of normal surgery opening hours (including evenings and weekends) at one of 5 local GP Hubs.

Click here for further information.

Protected Learning Times

Please be aware the surgery will periodically close for staff training sessions called Protected Learning Times.

For further details about other future PLT closure dates click here.

 

Electronic Prescriptions Services

Patients will be able to take advantage of Electronic Prescriptions from the 3rd of September. This new service will allow prescriptions to be sent electronically to your nominated Pharmacy without the need for green paper prescription. Please speak to your Pharmacy or to reception to nominate your preferred Pharmacy.

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