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COVID 19

WE ARE NOW MOVING CLOSE TO FINISHING ALL 1st DOSE VACCINATION CLINICS FOR ALL OUR ADULT PATIENTS.  IF YOU HAVE NOT HAD A VACCINE YET AND WANT TO RECEIVE YOUR VACCINATION LOCALLY YOU NEED TO CONTACT US NOW.

WE HAVE ALSO EMBARKED ON A PROGRAMME OF 2nd DOSE VACCINES THROUGH TO AUGUST. 

ALL MALTHOUSE SURGERY AND ABINGDON SURGERY PATIENTS WILL BE OFFERED TO HAVE THEIR VACCINE ADMINISTERED AT THE CHARTER, WHERE WITH THE SUPPORT OF THE LOCAL COUNCIL WE HAVE EXPANDED THE MALTHOUSE SURGERY SITE.

MASS VACCINATION SITES ARE OPEN AND THESE ARE BEING MANAGED NATIONALLY. LETTERS ARE BEING SENT DIRECTLY TO PATIENTS. IF YOU RECEIVE ONE OF THESE LETTERS IT WILL PROVIDE THE INFORMATION YOU NEED TO BOOK YOUR VACCINATION AT ONE OF THESE SITES. YOU WILL BE ABLE TO DO THIS BY PHONE OR ONLINE. THIS MAY MEAN YOU NEED TO TRAVEL FURTHER.

WHICHEVER OPTION YOU CHOOSE, IT IS IMPORTANT TO BE AWARE THAT YOU WILL NEED TO HAVE YOUR SECOND DOSE AT THE SAME PLACE WHERE YOU HAD YOUR FIRST DOSE AND THIS CANNOT BE CHANGED

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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