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Welcome to the new website for Cricklade Surgery

Hello and welcome to our website. We’ve packed it full of useful information in a very easy to use format with the added benefit of several online functions. If you’re new to the area, have a look at our opening times, download a registration form and come and see us.  

Improved Access - Evening and Weekend Appointments Available Now -

You can now access additional Primary Care Services in the evenings and at weekends. Improved Access is a Wiltshire-wide initiative where local practices are working together to offer increased availability of services and appointments in the evenings and the weekend. These appointments are available 18.30-20.00 Monday-Friday and Saturdays, Sundays and bank holidays. This collaboration by practices will ensure all patients in Wiltshire have this option, but this might mean you will be offered and appointment at another practice.

Appointment times will vary - some being face-to-face, some on the phone - and there will be a mixture of bookable and same-day appointments available across the week. We will be offering appointments with GPs as well as with other healthcare professionals, such as a Practice Nurse of Health Care Assistant. We are keen to balance the importance of continuity of care with convenient access for patients, while ensuring the service is safe. To book such an appointment, contact your local Surgery during normal opening times. A receptionist will explain the process and ensure the booking is appropriate. You will need to given consent to use this service.  For more information, please contact your usual GP surgery.

Ashton Keynes Branch Surgery Clinic Times We wish to inform you that we will be changing our Ashton Keynes clinic times from 14th January 2019 as follows:

Mondays 10.30am to 12.00 this will be a nurse clinic which will enable patients to have blood tests, blood pressure, dressings, immunisations etc.

Wednesdays will remain the same 12.00 to 1.30pm which will remain a GP clinic - the branch surgery will no longer be open on Fridays.

You can collect your medication on Mondays and Wednesdays and also request medication and make appointments.

Named GP - You may be aware all practices are required to provide their patients with a named GP who will have overall responsibility for the care and support that the surgery provides to them. As one of our patients, Dr de Silva will be your named GP. This does not prevent you from seeing any other GP in the practice.


Contact Details

Please note that the surgery may contact you by text or email so please ensure that your details with us are up to date.  Should you not wish us to contact you in this way then please advise Reception.


Your health record and sharing of information - Your health record includes your medical history, details about your medication and any allergies you may have.  At a time of emergency or crisis it's important that clinicians can securely access your recent medical history so that they can understand the best way to help you. They may have to give access to other NHS organisations.  This means that if you need to see an out of hours doctor or require treatment at an acute hospital for example, your health records can be quickly and easily accessed by clincians to help tailor the medical support you need. Your information will only be shared with other healthcare services if you give your explicit consent. You will only be asked to share your medical information if the clinician feels it will benefit your care. If you don't want a clinician from another healthcare service to be able to view your health record you can say so at the the point at which the clinician asks you.  If you wish to opt out please ask reception for an opt-out form, once completed we will record your preference in our computer system.





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