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                                                                                                    NOTIFICATION

                                                  We have recently updated patients medical records with the diagnosis of

                                                  CKD (chronic kidney disease) based on the last kidney function blood test

                                                  if it showed evidence of CKD.

                                                  However there is NO CAUSE FOR CONCERN as all these blood results have

                                                  already been received by doctors and appropriate management action 

                                                  taken.

Opening Hours ~ Our doors are open at the following times:

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Monday08:25 - 18:30
Tuesday08:25 - 18:30
Wednesday08:25 - 18:30
Thursday08:25 - 18:30
Friday08:25 - 18:30
Weekendsclosed

 

Telephone Lines - our 'phones are answered between 08.00 & 18.30.

A wide variety of surgeries offering various appointments during the day with various doctors and nurses are available.

Times do vary from week to week but there are, generally, appointments available in the mornings between 08.30 and 11.20 and in the afternoons between 14.00 and 17.45. 

Contact reception for further details.

We also offer early morning, late evening & some Saturday morning appointments (times vary). 

 

Parking at Lincoln House

The patient car-park in Sealy Way is available for all.  Please do not park in the spaces designated for the residents of the flats in Manilla House. There is free, short-term, public car-parking in the lay-bys on London Road as well as the large Public Car Park,  3 minutes walk away, in Durrants Hill Road.  

Blue badge holders and Carers may park in the Doctor and Staff Car Park (under the archway) by buzzing the intercom on the wall or phoning reception.  This is not for general use by patients other than those with mobility issues or the need to return to the person they are caring for.  

 
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