Carrington House Surgery News

NHS England have made an announcement in the press on 14th May regarding face to face appointments and open reception for patients.  Please bear with us whilst we put our systems in place.  For clarity, our Clinicians will continue to decide following a telephone consultation if you will need to be seen face to face.       

15th September 2021 - Closed for Training from 1pm for Staff Training

See Opening Times for monthly list. 

Covid Passports from Monday 17th May 2021 - see Home Page for Details

National data opt-out

The deadline to opt out of NHS digital sharing your identifiable patient data is the 1st September 2021.
Any data that NHS Digital collects will only be used for health and care purposes. It is never shared with marketing or insurance companies.
If you wish to opt out of this, you will be required to fill out a Type 1 Opt-out form. This can be found online by clicking on the below link: Please return this form to the surgery.
If you are completing this for a child under the age of 13, you will be required to fill out the below form:
This needs to be emailed directly to the email listed on the form by the child's parents/carers

Patient Online Access

You can register online for Patient Access. Click the below link for more information:

If you cannot register using the Patient Access website/app, follow the below steps:

Please read the following information sheets Online Access Information Sheet 1 and Online Access Information Sheet 2 then print off a Patient Access Registration Form to complete.

Once you have completed the registration form, come along to the Surgery, you'll need to bring with you:

  1. the paper form you've completed and
  2. 1 form of photo ID.

The Receptionist will check your form, then generate an instruction sheet for you to take home and complete the rest of the registration Online.

This may seem long-winded but that's how it's been set up to protect your data and access to it.

Alternatively, you can email the form and your I.D to:

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