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We would like to inform all patients that your named GP is: Dr Mina Goyal

CELMP are pleased to announce the opening of a new minor surgery suite at the practice which will offer Minor Surgical services to our patients in Barking & Dagenham.

Saturdays that we are open : 14 & 28 October 2017

PLEASE NOTE: SURGERY WILL NO LONGER BE PROVIDING ALTERNATE SATURDAY MORNING CLINICS FROM 1 JANUARY 2018 AND EVENING APPOINTMENTS WILL BE AVAILABLE UNTIL 7PM. PLEASE ASK RECEPTION FOR MORE DETAILS.

Flu walk in clinics - Is between 12-1pm everyday and 3.30-4pm everyday except Thursdays.

PLEASE NOTE: The GP surgery is based in Church Elm Lane Health Centre which also houses other community services like Phlebotomy, Health Visitors, District Nurses and Talking Therapies which are NOT part of the GP. Please contact 0300 300 1790 to access these services.

Repeat Prescriptions

Repeat prescriptions can be ordered by posting in the repeat prescription box at the practice either the computerised slip from your last repeat or a written request. If you would like your prescriptions to be sent electronically to a pharmacy, please complete EPS form (available at reception or print below link) and nominate a pharmacy then hand to reception desk.

EPS form

You can also fax a request to us on 020 8465 3003 or by email to churchelmlane@nhs.net.

Alternatively you can order online via the link at the top of this page. New users are required to complete a simple registration prior to using this service.

Telephone requests are only taken in very exceptional circumstances.

Collections

Your prescription can be posted back to you if you supply a stamped addressed envelope. We can arrange for your prescription to be collected from the practice by the local chemist where you can collect it from or alternatively it can be delivered to you if you are housebound.

Reviews

New medication can only be started by the doctor and never by receptionists. Previous medication cannot be re-started without the doctor’s authorisation. If you haven't been seen by the doctor or nurse in the last six months, please make an appointment for when your next prescription is due. If you find you will need your medication sooner than usual, for example if you are going on holiday, please bring it to the attention of the receptionist in order for it to be dealt with efficiently.

Please allow two full working days for prescriptions to be processed and remember to take weekends and bank holidays into account.
 
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