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Unfortunately Dr Nicola Johnson will be leaving Oxshott Medical Practice and her last working day is Thursday 27th July 2017.  Dr Johnson is moving to a Medical Practice nearer home.  We wish her all the very best for the future and she will be missed by all of us here at Oxshott.  Dr Zara Hasafa will be our new GP Locum covering the majority of Dr Johnsons sessions and Dr Hasafa will be starting with us on Friday 4th August 2017.

Private Prescriptions 
Please be advised that prescriptions issued by a Private Consultant cannot be converted into NHS Prescriptions. You need to take your Private Presciption to a Chemist who will advise you of the charge. Even if this is high, we are not allowed by new NHS rules to issue them.

Consultation Tips

Before your appointment please make a list of what you want to ask the doctor.

Always start with the most important query first.

One problem at a time as thorough assessment and careful consideration is required. One problem per appointment.

Consultation length is 10 minutes, a double appointment may be appropriate for multiple problems or additional necessary clinical reviews, please be prepared for this.

A telephone appointment with a doctor may be more appropriate and more easily accommodated for, especially for queries and advice.

Where possible patients with language barriers are encouraged to bring an aid to help with their consultation.

Please bring with you any new hospital correspondence or medications to your appointment where possible. The hospital letters may not arrive promptly, some time needs to be given for this. You may want to call and check this first.

Please let the surgery know in advance if you cannot make your appointment or are held up with any short delay. Lateness beyond appointment time means that you will be asked to rebook.

Routine appointments can be accommodated with a named doctor where available, emergency appointments may not.



 
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