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CHANGES TO REQUESTS FOR REPEAT MEDICATIONS - South Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (SLCCG) have instructed all Community Pharmacies that they may no longer accept Repeat Medication Requests from patients for delivery to Beechfield Medical Centre - the onus is now on patients to deliver their requests directly to us, or to register online with us and make their requests that way.  Arrangements have been made for those patients who consider themselves to be "vulnerable" to continue to service their requests through Community Pharmacies on application to the pharmacy.  Please note that if you are unable to register for online requests, then the simplest option will be to hand deliver your request outside of normal working hours, and post it in the letterbox for that purpose just to the left of the main entrance to the surgery building.  

Please note that this change has not been instigated or driven by the Practice, but we have no choice but to comply with the instructions of the SLCCG in this matter.

See Latest News Section for details of recent in house surveys of our services, and for details of our Training Closures in 2018.

Community Midwives

Midwives work with the doctors to provide care for mothers before and after delivery and care for the baby.

Community Nurses

District Nurses are based at the Johnson Community Hospital in Spalding. They provide quality nursing care and support to housebound patients, and their carer, who have acute, chronic and palliative care needs. They work with other health professionals to provide personalised care.

Health Visitors

Health Visitors work in partnership with individuals of all ages, with groups and with families, providing information on good health including pre-school developmental screening, assessing health needs and referral to other services as appropriate. Each Health Visitor is a registered nurse with extra training to work within the community.

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