Vaccinations

The first vaccinations are at 8 weeks old after seeing the doctor for your 6 week baby check. We strongly recommend that children are immunised in accordance with current government guidelines, which change from time to time and which can be found at the NHS website:  www.immunisation.nhs.uk You will be sent an appointment when your…

July 2018 Newsletter

Market Rasen Surgery Issue 3 July’s Newsletter Newsletter Date: July 2018 Why does the Receptionist need to ask what’s wrong with me? It is not the case of the receptionist being nosey! The reception staff are members of the practice team and it has been agreed they should ask patients ‘why they need to be…

Registering for Online Services

If you would like to manage medication, book GP appointments and to be able to see your own electronic medical record online, please see a receptionist at the surgery to register for SystmOnline (you will need to provide identification when registering). For further details please see the ‘How to Order a Repeat Prescription‘ section or contact…

Registration for the C-Card Scheme

The Lincolnshire C-Card Scheme provides free condoms, lube and sexual health information to young people aged 13 – 19 years old. To join C-Card you need to register at Market Rasen Surgery which is one of the C-Card Registration Points. This takes about 20 minutes. You will need to give your date of birth and…

Pharmacy2U – Repeat Prescription Service

You may have seen advertised in the press or heard on the radio information about Pharmacy2U – repeat prescription service. This is for repeat medication only. Market Rasen Surgery is not promoting this or has any information relating to the service they are offering. This facility is entirely separate to the dispensary service that we provide within…

GP Survey

NHS England has released a new survey which ranks GP surgeries across the whole country. Market Rasen Surgery have come in the top 7% of GP Practices in the country. The GP Patient Survey is a huge ongoing poll, involving more than a million people a year. It covers everything from the trust patients have in their doctor, to…

Obtaining Urgent Medication Outside Surgery Hours

Obtaining urgent medication outside surgery hours   If you urgently require repeat medication when the surgery is closed, please call 111 for advice. Alternatively you may be able to request this medicine from a pharmacist (chemist) in an emergency, subject to certain conditions. You must have previously been prescribed the medicine by a doctor, dentist…