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Please click here to read our Summer/Autumn Newsletter.

Dr Pooley and Dr Cook have now retired. Please be assured that all of our other GPs have access to your full medical records and will be able to help you.

Our next Saturday Flu Clinic is on Saturday 3rd November 2018 9am to 11.45am - No appointment necessary

We are now a Parkrun Practice which means we support our local Parkrun and recognise its positive impact on health and wellbeing. If you are not familiar with Parkrun please click here and watch this video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HW6Sa4uk7oE&feature=youtu.be

As a practice, we will be having a Parkrun takeover on October 20th at Northallerton. Our staff will be volunteering and we are encouraging both staff and patients to take part. Please click here for more information:

Parkrun Northallerton

 

Welcome to the Lambert

Medical Centre 

 

Opening Hours

Monday – Friday 8am to 6.30pm

Alternate for Monday & Tuesday evenings until 8.30pm. Click here for dates    

We are closed for training from 12.30pm on the following dates: Tuesday 20th November 2018

 

Better Access: Routine pre-bookable appointments are available in Thirsk on Saturday mornings. The location of these clinics rotate between Thirsk Health Centre and The Lambert Medical Centre and run from 8.30am to 12 noon.

You can also book to see a Physiotherapist or a Clinical Pharmacist at these Saturday sessions. You can be seen at either surgery. Click here for the dates of the Saturday clinics scheduled for the Lambert Medical Centre.

 

How do I book an appointment?

We have pre-bookable appointments available with our GP’s, Advanced Nurse Practitioners, Nurses, and Health Care Assistants. You can book these with the Reception Team, either in surgery or over the phone, and you can book GP appointments online. If you have access already please click on the link at the bottom of the page to book an appointment

 

If you are acutely unwell and feel you need to see a GP urgently you should call the surgery. If there are no pre- bookable appointments left, you can receive a phone call from a GP. They will assess your condition and may be able to help you over the phone, or they may prescribe medication, and if they feel it is necessary they may ask you to attend the surgery.

 

Can I see a Nurse practitioner?

Our Nurse Practitioners have undertaken specialist training to provide treatment and advice for many problems which you may have seen a doctor for in the past.

They can assess and examine you, make a diagnosis and provide advice and treatment including a prescription if required. They can make referrals to hospital doctors or other health care professionals, and admit patients into hospital when necessary.

The Reception Staff will be able to advise if the Nurse Practitioner can help you.

 

Why does the receptionist need to ask about my appointment?

The Receptionists ask about the reason for your appointment to ensure you receive the most appropriate medical care from the most appropriate person within the appropriate timeframe. Some queries can be dealt with either by someone else in the practice or by another service or organisation and this may save you time and save a GP appointment. The Reception Staff are bound by the same rules of confidentiality as all the clinical staff.

 

How do I order my prescription?

Repeat prescriptions can be ordered online or by taking your repeat slip into the surgery.

If you have not yet registered for online access yet please call into the surgery with some ID and the staff will issue you with your log in details.

 

If you collect your medication from our Dispensary please remember that all repeat prescriptions take three working days from date of order being received at the surgery.

If you collect your medication from a local chemist, they require 7 days from receipt of your order.

 

Stoptober 2018

Stoptober is the 28-day stop smoking challenge from PHE that encourages and supports smokers across England towards quitting for good. Stoptober is based on the insight that if you can stop smoking for 28-days, you are five times more likely to be able to stay quit for good. The campaign chunks down the quitting process, presents it as a more manageable 28 days and rallies people around a specific date to get started.

Stoptober encourages as many smokers as possible to prepare to quit from 1 October by taking part in the campaign and utilising the range of free resources and support available. Throughout October the campaign will continue to recruit smokers to take part, whilst also encouraging and supporting people to quit through the 28-day smoke-free journey.

Stoptober 2018

 

 

CQC report

For a copy of our latest CQC report please click here

Access

The practice consulting rooms are located on the ground floor and there is a disabled access toilet located on the ground floor. If you require a wheelchair whilst visiting the practice please ask at reception. if you require any forms or leaflets in large print or in another language, please contact reception.

Accessible Information Policy

The Accessible Information Standard aims to ensure that disabled people have access to information they can understand and the communication support they may need. The Standard applies to service providers across the NHS and adults social care system. Please click to read our policy: Accessible Information Policy

Privacy Statement

The Lambert Medical Centre aims to ensure the highest standard of medical care for our patients. To do this we keep records about you, your health and the care we have provided or plan to provide to you.

For more information about how we do this please read our full Privacy Statement here

External Links

Lambert Medical Centre takes no responsibility for information contained on external links from this website. 

External links are selected and reviewed when the page is published. However, Lambert Medical Centre is not responsible for the content of external websites. This is because:

  • we do not produce them or maintain/update them
  • we cannot change them
  • they can be changed without our knowledge or agreement.

Some of our external links may be to websites which also offer commercial services, such as online purchases.The inclusion of a link to an external website should not be understood to be an endorsement of that website or the site's owners (or their products/services). 

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