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FACE COVERINGS – IMPORTANT UPDATE

Due to the ever increasing demand for surgical masks, we are asking our patients who attend the surgery to wear their own face covering. Ideally this will be made of cotton and you will need to bring your own.
Exceptions: children under 2 years are not expected to wear a face covering and children who cannot manage a face covering are not expected to wear one.
Face coverings protect other people from droplets, they do not protect you. Wearing a face covering helps to reduce the spread of coronavirus from anyone who is infected but is pre-symptomatic or asymptomatic, meaning they aren’t yet showing any symptoms.

For helpful information about Coronavirus (Covid-19) please see our FAQ page

The easiest and fastest way to get help is through AskMyGP

Please click the link below

  • It’s available 24/7 – we aim to respond between 8am and 5:00pm Monday to Friday (with the exception of when we are closed – please check our opening hours for more details). If it is after 5:00pm and you feel your request cannot wait until the next day for a response, please contact the surgery by telephone.

  • Please do not use AskMyGP in an emergency! Please dial 999 or 111 as usual.

  • We aim to respond the same day – Please check your AskMyGP account regularly for a response. If you have chosen the preference of a telephone response, please make sure you are available to take the phone call.

  • If you feel you require an appointment, please try to contact us as early as possible on the day – Contacting us earlier in the day will give us more opportunity to deal with your request appropriately.

  • If you have requested a response by email, please look out for this within your AskMyGP account, NOT within your email inbox.

  • All our registered patients are welcome, and as a parent or carer you can use AskMyGP on behalf of a patient.

  • Please ensure that home visits are requested before 10:30am

At Woodhall Spa New Surgery and our branch site at Bardney, the doctors,  nurses and staff aim to make the surgery welcoming and comfortable for our patients and to provide you with the highest quality of patient-centred health care.

Self Help

See our self help/useful websites page for help with your symptoms. Also for easy local self help, click the link below. My Health Lincolnshire is an interactive app to promote self-care advice for minor illnesses.

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Latest News

Please see the ``Latest News`` banner below. This includes our ``Health Awareness Month`` section, where each month we will be highlighting a different health topic for your information.

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Appointments

To book an appointment you:
1. Log on to your AskMyGP account.
2. Submit your query to the GP.
3. Check your account for a response from the GP

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We're On Facebook

Visit our Facebook site to keep up with any information regarding our surgery
This includes any changes or updates we have made or any events we may be participating in

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Use our ONLINE SERVICES to order repeat medication or access a brief summary of your medical record. Please be aware this is a separate system to AskMyGP. Click here to login.

The Practice now provides an online service for ordering medication and accessing your medical records. Any patient wishing to take advantage of this service, MUST present at the Surgery to register and receive a unique password. Proof of identity must be brought with you when registering e.g. utility bill, drivers licence, or passport.

Online services sign up forms can be found here.

Surgery Opening Hours

Monday                          8:00am – 6:30pm

Tuesday                         8:00am – 6:30pm

Wednesday                    8:00am – 6:30pm

Thursday                        8:00am – 6:30pm

Friday                              8:00am – 6:30pm

Our Partners

Dr Reid Baker

GP Partner

MBChB, MRCGP

Dr Rebecca Gibbon

GP Partner

MBBS, BSc, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Emma Berry

GP Partner

MBChB, DRCOG, MRCGP

Dr Christopher Hyde

GP Senior Partner

BSc, MBChB, MRCGP

Please read the latest advice on Coronavirus (Covid-19):

Anyone who has a new cough or fever (>37.8C) should self-isolate for seven days, regardless of suspected cause. If you live with other people, they should stay at home for 14 days from the day the first person got symptoms

Most cases of cough and fever will resolve, so you should only seek medical assistance if increasingly unwell, and in that case by calling 111. You should NOT call 111 if you have mild symptoms. More information is available at https://111.nhs.uk/service/COVID-19/

If you are self-isolating, DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY for any reason including routine check-ups and blood tests.
If you have a cough or fever and need advice about another issue, please make it clear when completing your AskMyGP request so we can handle it appropriately.
Please note: we cannot diagnose Coronavirus at the surgery, and have no access to the test.

Before we can respond to any enquiry, we will be screening all patients to ensure they have none of following:

- Cough

- Loss of taste or smell

- High temperature

- Shortness of breath.

- Any contact with a suspected or confirmed case of Coronavirus (Covid-19)

- Any household members in self-isolation

- Sore throat

- Headache

- Muscle pains

- Lack of energy

- Recent travel

Even if you do not think it is related to your enquiry, we need detailed information as you may understand, we are trying to avoid bringing any possible infections into the surgery at present to try to prevent spread. Keeping the Surgery and staff free from cases of Coronavirus means we can stay open to try to help our patients. If our staff become unwell, the Surgery may have to shut which could put all our patients at risk.

Please also note that more routine matters will be dealt with less promptly than normal in these exceptional circumstances.