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ALL patients attending the Surgery for their pre-booked appointment will be asked to wear a face covering or mask in line with the latest advice. 

FACE COVERING - from 24.7.20

The Government guidance suggests there is no requirement for evidence for exemption. It should be sufficient for someone to declare that they are eligible for an exemption direct with the person questioning them (eg bus driver / shop).

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own/face-coverings-when-to-wear-one-and-how-to-make-your-own#exemptions-to-wearing-a-face-covering-where-they-are-mandated

Practices are therefore not required to provide letters of support for those who fall under the list of exemptions, or to those who do not fall under the list of exemptions.

Friends and Family Test

Please use the link at the bottom left of the HOME screen in ONLINE SERVICES to log your comments on your treatment at Martins Oak Surgery.  
The government has made this a requirement for ALL Healthcare providers throughout the country.  It is a strange test as it is asking you to comment on if you would recommend the surgery to friends and family - who we realise you do not wish to have any illnesses so we have to ask hypothetically that "should" a friend or family memeber require a similar service or treatment to you, would you recommend us.

 Patient Participation Group (PPG)

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Patient Participation group - we are trying to get off the ground again with the PPG - Watch this space for new PPG forms and a guide on what it means for you to be in a PPG.

New forms coming April 2018 or email admin.martinsoak@nhs.net for more information on the PPG

 

 

 


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