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for further details regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19).
From today, face-masks must be worn in all enclosed public spaces in England.
People NOT required to wear a face mask:
- Children under 11
- People with a physical or mental illness preventing them from wearing a mask
- People who rely on lip reading
We are encouraging all that attend the surgery (Snaith or Rawcliffe) to wear a face covering, and they MUST be worn if your appointment length is 15 minutes or more
Thank you for your continued support.
If you feel you are unable to wear a mask for auditory/sensory/breathing reasons, please visit www.keepsafe.org.uk/mask and download an exemption card for you to show if asked why you are not wearing one.
Please note, it is NOT the responsibility or the role of the Surgery to issue anyone with an exemption letter or certificate. Please visit the website above for more information.
As you will all be aware we are facing a constantly changing situation with regards to the Covid 19 Pandemic. We understand how anxious you all are at the moment and will continue to do our best for you in these uncertain times.
As of today, the guidance is that if you have a new continuous cough (within the past 7 days) or a fever (temp above 37.8) or loss of taste or smell you should self-isolate at home and only contact NHS 111 (preferably through the website), if you are really concerned. This might be because of shortness of breath or worsening symptoms.
We are trying to reduce all face to face appointments to a minimum.
If you have a booked appointment, or have requested a home visit which might be suitable for a phone appointment, please let us know and we will ring you instead. As you might expect all our staff are working hard to implement these changes at short notice and we may have staff shortages due to self-isolation. Please be patient with us as we are having to adapt our plans every day. This is why it might take longer to get your routine prescriptions ready.
We will of course keep you up to date with what is happening day by day. Please keep checking back to this page or to our website.
Welcome To The Snaith And Rawcliffe Medical Group
If you are a new patient, welcome to the practice. If you are already registered with us we hope this website will help you make the best use of our facilities.
The practice is contracted by the East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (ERYCCG) to provide Personal Medical Services to its patients. The Trust is based at Health House, Grange Park Lane, Willerby, Hull HU10 6DT. Telephone: 01482 650700.
Closed for Bank Holiday: Monday 3rd May 2021 re-open Tuesday 4th May 2021 at 8.00am
Closed for Training: Wednesday 9th June 2021 between 12 and 4pm
From Wednesday 1st July 2020, we are making changes to the way you can order your repeat prescriptions.
What are repeat prescriptions?
Repeat prescriptions are those medicines you receive on a regular basis, usually for a long-term condition, without having to go and see your GP every time you need them.
Some people order these repeat prescriptions themselves and others choose a pharmacy or dispensing company to order on their behalf.
What is changing?
From 1st July 2020, you (or a person you’ve nominated) will have to order your repeat prescriptions directly from Snaith & Rawcliffe Medical Group. You will no longer be able to order repeat prescriptions through your pharmacy, an online pharmacy or other dispensing contractor.
What is not changing?
If you already order your repeat prescriptions from Snaith & Rawcliffe Medical Group then you’re not affected and don’t need to do anything.
If you receive your medication through a monitored dosage system, for example a dosette box or a blister pack, this change will not affect you.
What do you need to do?
From 1st July 2020 if you currently order your repeat prescriptions from a pharmacy, you will have to order from Snaith and Rawcliffe Medical Group instead. You can do this:
Online – all you have to do is register with us and use ‘Patient Access’ – https://www.patientaccess.com/. To use Patient Access you will need a Practice ID number and Access ID number which can be obtained from the practice, and, in conjunction with a password, will be unique to you. Please contact us if you wish to set this up.
In person here at the practice – Simply tick the medicines you need on the white, tear-off section of your prescription and post it into the red box at the front of the practice building.
We are an Armed Forces veteran friendly practice. This means that, as part of the Armed Forces Covenant, we have a dedicated Clinician who has a specialist knowledge of military related health conditions and veteran specific health services. This is important in helping ex-forces to get the best care and treatment.
Across England, there are now over 700 veteran friendly accredited GP Practices to help ensure that patients who are ex armed forces get the best possible care. Being a patient at one of these GP practices means that you will have access to a dedicated Clinician who has specialist knowledge of military related health conditions and veteran specific mental and physical health services.
If you are ex-forces please let your GP know to help ensure you are getting the best possible care.
Please let your GP know if you are a Veteran. For more information email@example.com
The Marshes, Snaith, Opening Hours
||8.00am - 8.30pm (6pm-8.30pm for pre-booked appointments only)
||8.00am - 6.00pm
||7.40am - 6.00pm
||8.00am - 8.30pm
||7.00am - 6.00pm
Our telephone lines are open from 8.00am - 6.00pm and we accept only emergency telephone calls Monday to Friday between 12 noon - 1.00pm.
The Surgery, Rawcliffe Opening Hours
|Monday - Thursday
||8.30am - 11.00am
||8.30am - 12 noon