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Fownhope Medical Centre
Common Hill Lane, Fownhope, Hereford, HR1 4PZ

email: fownhope.medicalcentre@nhs.net

Telephone: 01432 860 235  
Prescriptions: 01432 860 241

Providing lifelong care that is: safe, effective & dependable - for all of our community.

 

September 2020 - In order to keep our patients safe, the surgery is continuing to operate a triage model of care.  Once your care needs have been assessed by a clinician - either by phone or by reviewing your online consultation - please be assured that you will be offered a face-to-face appointment if the clinician feels that your care cannot be handled over the phone. 


Please use Online Consult - This is a new service for all NHS GP Practices and our reception team can walk you through how to use it.

 

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Further to recent Government Guidance on wearing face masks, please see document from Worcestershire & Herefordshire LMC, stating that our GP's are not in a position to provide patients with exemption letters.  There is more information about this in our NEWS section of this website.

 

We have been issued with Guidance Notes for Parents of Children who are Self-Isolating from Worcestershire & Herefordshire LMC.  Further information is in 'Our  Documents' section of this website. 


THE SURGERY - INCLUDING DISPENSARY - WILL BE CLOSED ON THE MORNING OF WEDNESDAY, 23RD SEPTEMBER FOR CLINICAL GOVERNANCE

Test results 

 

Test results usually take between 5 – 7 days to arrive at the surgery.

 

If a routine test has been taken, and the results indicate that no action is necessary you may not hear from the GP. 

 

If your test results indicate medical treatment is necessary you will be contacted by the surgery. 

 

Many patients wish to know the results of tests for their own information or peace of mind. You can find out results of tests in the following ways;

 

1. Register for Patient Access. If you register for Patient Access you will be able to view your test results online at your convenience.  Patient Access also allows you to book routine appointments and order repeat medication online. For information about how to register see the PATIENT ACCESS page on this website.

 

2. Telephoning the surgery. Please telephone after 11.00 a.m and a receptionist can read the GP's comment on your results. If you wish to discuss the results a telephone appointment with the same doctor who authorised the investigation/test needs to be arranged.

 

If you would like guidance on how to interpret your test results visit Labtestsonline - Click here: Lab Tests Online You can search for tests/investigations by title and find out what the GP is testing for, and what the results indicate. 


 

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