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It is with sadness we inform all our patients that Dr Joglekar will be leaving at the end of November 2018 due to Health Reasons. 

Go to our Latest News page to read about our New Nurse Practitioner minor illness clinics to help ease the pressure for appointments.

We no longer offer Travel advice & Clinics. You  will need to go to your local Pharmacy or Travel Clinic for this advice or go online to a travel Website.

Living with a health condition? Free NHS Self Management Courses are now available for people living in Bracknell and Ascot. Please visit out Latest News section for further information 

At our recent CQC inspection our rating was 'GOOD' in all areas

  You are able to book appointments online and view your medical records as well as order repeat prescriptions to be delivered straight to the chemist of your choice.  Registration is via our prescription page.  For security reasons we ask you to bring into surgery proof of name and address, plus photo ID.

URGENT NOTICE

Flu clinics for 2018

Due to delivery difficulties in the supply of vaccinations this year we have now run out of OVER 65 vaccinations

Our walk in clinic 10th November at Yorktown Rd site will now be Under 65 at risk group   including the Children who are entitled to receive the vaccination

24th November will be our Walk-in flu vaccination clinic for the OVER 65

When We Are Closed

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Don't panic, help is available whenever it's needed!

If you contact us because you need urgent medical help or advice when the Surgery is closed, you will be advised to telephone 111 to speak to fully trained advisors who are supported by experienced nurses and paramedics.  Your needs will be assessed and they will either give you the advice that you require or direct you to local services that can help you best.  This may be to Bracknell Urgent Care Centre / Bracknell Urgent Care Centre (UCC).pdf, A&E, a local GP Out of Hours service or a late opening chemist.

111 is available 24 hours a day and 365 days a year.  Calls are free from landlines and mobiles.  If their advisors think that an ambulance is required they will immediately arrange for one to be sent to you.

Please do not ask to see a doctor out of hours unless you genuinely cannot wait until the Surgery reopens. If your problem needs help from the GP Out of Hours service, 111 will pass your details electronically to the OOHs provider.


 
Call 999 only in an emergency (for example - chest pain, severe breathing difficulties, collapse, suspected stroke, heavy bleeding or severe injury) but think carefully before dialling for an ambulance or going directly to A&E.  Unnecessary use of these important emergency facilities may make it impossible to ensure a prompt and efficient service when it is needed.

 
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