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Waddington Surgery - Reopening

We're thrilled to announce that as of 4th of April 2022, we have resumed regular service from Waddington Surgery, including appointments with GPs and Nurses, as well as medication collection from Waddington dispensary. We'd like to thank all of our patients for the patience and understanding you've shown us during Waddington Surgery's closure. 
Resuming operation from both of our surgeries means we're no longer be able to run full-day services from Navenby Surgery, and our updated opening hours from both sites are viewable on our home page. At present all incoming calls are still being transferred to Navenby Surgery, but these calls will still be answered during Waddington Surgery's opening hours.

Zero Tolerance

We operate a Zero Tolerance Policy with regard to abuse or violence towards our staff. We reserve the right to remove abusive or violent patients from the Practice List.

Test Results

Please note that when you have had tests done, such as X-rays or blood tests, you should not assume that “no news is good news”. Please contact us for the results after 11.00 am each day.

The practice has a strict policy regarding confidentiality and data protection. We will only release test results to the person to whom they relate unless that person has given prior permission for the release of this data or they are not capable of understanding the results.

Urine Samples 

If you believe you have a urinary tract infection, or need to provide a urine sample for any other reason, please discuss this with a medical professional or provide an accompanying symptom sheet before handing any samples to reception
 
Please be aware that we are unable to collect or test urine samples after 12:30 on a Friday afternoon. This is because hospital collections cut off at 12:30, meaning that any samples received after that time would stay at the surgery over the weekend, and would no longer be considered viable for testing.

All urine samples must be within a sterile container, provided by the surgery or another healthcare organisation.

 
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