It has now been over 6 months since we changed to our new online forms for when you would like to get in touch with the practice via your computer rather than via the phone. We are very grateful to our patients for managing this change; it is working really well at our end with the integration to the medical record being a tremendous advantage over our old system of using email. For the period of transition we have still been checking the old firstname.lastname@example.org email and
My namesake is one of the worst GP role models on TV, but at least it means a catchy name for your social media accounts is up for grabs! And so, Doc_Martin_GP it is! Like most GPs, I see a lot of people with mental health problems, and when you have spoken to enough people about the issues they face, you start to see patterns. There are patterns with how people think, how they feel and how they act; there are patterns in the assumptions they make - both helpful assumptions a
Most inhalers have a gas propellant which contains greenhouse gasses. Even when the canister is empty there are still significant amounts of these gases present. The gases can be neutralised by being disposed of properly, while if they end up in landfill they will slowly escape into the atmosphere. The best way to dispose of your inhalers and help the planet is to return them to the pharmacy for safe disposal. Some inhaler brands have less gas in them than others, meaning the
We've added a new page to our website about the Royal Surrey, including what to expect when you are referred, how long you might have to wait to be seen and how to visit someone who is an in-patient. We hope you will find it helpful. Here is the link if you want to check it out.