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Surgery News:

Online Appointments

Registered patients are now able to book routine appointments with their usual GP online.  
This service uses SystemOnline, the online repeat prescription request service. If you already order your repeat prescriptions on line you will automatically have access to the appointment booking section. 
If you would like to sign up for SystmOnline please contact reception to set up your account.


Central Reception for all telephone calls to both Huntingdon Road and Girton Surgeries

To help improve confidentiality for incoming telephone calls, all calls to Girton and Huntingdon Road surgeries will in future be handled by our Central Reception team at Huntingdon Road.
Both the Girton number 01223 277449 and the Huntingdon Road number 01223 364127 will be answered.
To facilitate this the reception desk at Girton will close at 11.45am; the Dispensary hours will remain the same, open until 1.00pm.


Annual Survey Questionnaire

We completed the Annual Patient Survey in November and December 2013, and have been carefully looking at the responses with the Patient Participation Group. There is a full Patient Participation Report, including an Action Plan for the coming year, which you can download from the Patient Group section of this website.
We will work towards this Action Plan with the PPG through 2014. If you have any comments or suggestions, please do contact the Surgery or the PPG.
Many thanks to all those who took part.

Health Information evening 18th June 2014

The PPG have kindly organised a Health Promotion Information evening  on 18th June 2014 at 18.30 hrs at Huntingdon Road Surgery. There will be talks by a Practice Nurse, a Dietician and a member of a Diabetes Mutual Support Group. The evening is open to all patients registered at Huntingdon Road and Girton Surgeries. We look forward to seeing you on 18th June.
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