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IMPORTANT - CORONAVIRUS

If you are visiting the practice please wear a face covering. Information about appointments, registrations, shielding and what to do if home isn't safe is available on our Coronavirus Page

REMEMBER - Monday 31st August is a bank holiday. Cheddar Medical Centre will be closed so make sure you order any prescriptions in plenty of time. 

Mental Health for Young People

Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group have launched a Survey for children and young people's mental health. If you are aged between 8 and 18 years old you can take the survey here.

Sexual Health 

Free chlamydia and HIV testing is available from: https://www.freetest.me/landing/swish

 CQC Inspection 2019

We are delighted to announce that we were inspected by the Care Quality Commission in October and have been graded as "Good" full details of the inspection report can be found here.

Prescription Requests

From 1st September 2019 there will be changes to the way we handle some prescription requests. Please see our Repeat Prescriptions page for more information. 

Text Messaging Service

We are introducing a new text message reminder service! More information and instructions on how to sign up can be found at the bottom of our appointments page.  

Home Visits

Doctor's bagHome visits are time consuming and have to be only for housebound patients or those too ill to come to the surgery.

If you need a home visit please try to ring before 11.00a.m. We appreciate that this may not always be possible but phoning early helps the doctors plan their day.

Please accept that our reception team WILL ask for information regarding the nature of the request to enable us to inform the GP and to safely manage patient priorities. Our GPs require this and you must be prepared to provide this information. Be assured that our entire team are governed by confidentiality agreements.

 
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