Access to health care has changed dramatically due to the COVID 19 pandemic. There are several new ways you can access health advice from the team here at Marsh House Medical Practice
You can now access the E-Consult service via the link further down the home page. This allows you to submit a query online for review by the GP, Nurse or Admin Team who will aim to respond to you within 48 hours.
Telephone appointments are available for booking with the GP and Nursing Team. These can be arranged via reception on 01642 561282.
In some cases, we may ask you to take part in a video consultation with the GP via your smartphone.
If the GP feels you need to be reviewed in person, you will be given instructions on when and how to attend for an appointment at the surgery. In line with recent Government guidance, we are now asking all patients to wear a mask or face covering when you visit the surgery. Please do not attend the surgery unless told to do so by the GP, Nurse or a member of the Administration Team. Please do not attend any appointment if you or a member of your household are displaying symptoms of COVID-19. For further information on COVID-19 symptoms please visit https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19.
Repeat prescriptions are best ordered online via patient access. You can find more information regarding this using the prescriptions and online service links above.
Thank you for your continued support in adhering to the measures we have put in place to keep you and the team safe.
Marsh House Medical Practice
The Practice is committed to providing a high quality healthcare service for all patients registered here. Good health involves us working together.
We will treat you as an individual and respect your privacy and personal beliefs.
We are committed to providing easy access to the services required by you whatever your medical condition.
Practice News Updates
If you receive a letter to attend a larger vaccine centre we encourage patients to do this where possible to keep the cohorts scheduled.
Our Staff will be contacting patients according to our guidance which is in cohort order, unfortunately we cannot give an appointment until we are in the appropriate cohort group.
Health Promotion Campaigns
Looking after our Mental Health is very important.
Ways to do this include getting a good nights sleep, excersising regularly, eating and drinking healthily and taking time to do things we enjoy wether that be reading, knitting, socialising or having a soak in the bath.
There are many options available if you feel you are struggling with your mental health. You can talk to a friend or relative about how you are feeling. You can speak with a GP or can even see a counsellor. Did you know you can even self refer to a counselling service by visiting https://wecantalk.org
Its good to talk and there is always help available if you need it.
FOOTSTEPS - Are you aged between 11-19 years?
Footsteps is a local young persons’ health centre designed by young people for young people. Check out the range of services available to you- click the link below. Services include confidential sexual health and contraceptive advice, mental health and well being. www.footstepsteesside.co.uk