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EXEMPT FROM WEARING A FACE COVERING?

Following the latest government advice with regards to face coverings -

If you are exempt please do not ask your doctor for a letter.

There is no requirement for evidence for exemption. It is sufficient for you to self-declare this.

If you wish to travel on public transport:

You can download and print a card and carry it with you. You may want to print it and wear it on a lanyard or attach it to your clothing. You can show it if you are asked why you are not wearing a face covering. You can also display it on your phone.

This is available on the Transport for London website below

https://tfl.gov.uk/campaign/face-coverings#on-this-page-2

 

https://tfl.gov.uk/cdn/static/cms/documents/face-covering-exemption-card.pdf

Dr Knox

We are sad to be saying goodbye to Dr Ramona Knox.

Dr Knox is moving to the Midlands with her family and we will miss her greatly. Dr Knox has been a highly valued member of the team.

We wish Dr Knox and her family all the very best.

 

If you are a patient of Dr Knox you will be reallocated a new GP but not until the pandemic level is lower – at the moment as I hope you appreciate it is all hands to the deck. We do recommend that you try to see the same GP for continuity. More on new appointment availability coming soon.

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We are a training practice and you may be offered an appointment with a GP Registrar. These doctors are fully qualified will have had experience in several hospital specialties. Some are completing their specialist training as a GP (ST3), others are in their first year of GP specialist training (named ST1) and split their time between general practice and a hospital post.

We also train Foundation Doctors. These hospital based qualified doctors are training to become registered with the GMC (General Medical Council). They are not necessarily training to be GP's and are doing the job as part of the wider experience needed for registration.

We also teach medical students and sometimes you may be asked to see the doctor or nurse with a student present. You will always be asked beforehand if this is acceptable and you may ask for the student to withdraw if you prefer to have your consultation in private.

 
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