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THE MALTHOUSE SURGERY HAS REMAINED OPEN AND CONTINUED TO SEE PATIENTS FACE TO FACE WHERE REQUIRED THROUGHOUT THE PANDEMIC, WITH ALL STAFF WORKING OUT OF THE SURGERY NOT HOME BASED. DUE TO COVID 19 AND THE REQUIREMENT FOR SOCIAL DISTANCING WE ARE LIMITED TO HOW MANY PATIENTS CAN ENTER THE SURGERY.  ONLY CALL THE SURGERY FOR URGENT ON THE DAY APPOINTMENTS WHICH INITIALLY WILL BE A TELEPHONE OR VIDEO CONSULTATION.  FOR ALL ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS PLEASE USE E CONSULT WHICH CAN BE ACCESSED VIA THIS WEBSITE. ANY PATIENT WHO AFTER TRIAGE NEEDS A FACE TO FACE CONSULTATION WILL BE SEEN IN THE SURGERY. MANY PATIENTS ARE BEING SEEN FACE TO FACE WEEKLY WITHIN THE COVID LIMITATIONS PLACED ON US, INCLUDING FOR REGULAR BLOOD TESTS, CHRONIC DISEASE REVIWS ETC.  

wheelchair_accessDisabled access

The Malthouse Surgery clinical areas are on the ground floor and access to all clinical parts of the practice premises is suitable for disabled patients. Disabled parking is available close to the main entrance.

Parking

When attending the Malthouse Surgery, the cost of parking is free for the first two hours in the adjacent multi-storey car park.

Teaching

We are privileged to have been accepted as a practice which trains doctors wishing to specialise in or experience General Practice. GP Registrars join us for one year periods. Medical students also occasionally sit in with the doctors. In the teaching of doctors and students, it is necessary for the participants to have access to patients’ medical records, on the computer and in letters. Your permission to allow this is always sought.

You may also encounter community nursing and health visitor postgraduate students as the practice is a centre for community nurse teaching.

 
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