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**Prescriptions to be ordered via our email system, reception.Z00606@gp.hscni.net**

We have changed how we do things in the current Covid-19 situation. Please be aware that all appointments need to be made after a GP has assessed your need.

We are recruiting for a temporary administrative assistant. click on the link for more details and how to apply

https://www.indeedjobs.com/bridge-street-family-practice/_hl/en_GB?cpref=JXWAtnzf3XWjLOi4YeVNLqF8RN6a-VzuUNxa-4R5tSE

The process for driving medicals has had to change- please ring and ask for guidance on how to book this appointment.

We are a self-care awareness practice:

If you have a problem and you feel the need to talk or need medical advice the following helplines are available:

We have more services listed on our Counselling and Support services page

The Samaritans: 0845 90 90 90

Lifeline: (24hr) 0808 808 8000

Drink Helpline (24hr) 080091 78282

Drugs Helpline: (24hr) 0800 11 11

Foyle Search & Rescue: 02871 313 800

Out of Hours GP: 02871 865195 (6pm-8am Mon-Fri and all weekend)

Flu Clinic 2020

Flu Clinic 2020, what's new and how do I get my vaccine? 

We have a considerable number of patients due to receive their vaccination this year, so we need to find a way of accommodating all of our patients in safe and efficient way.

18 years and below:

We will send you out a letter inviting you to make an appointment for our flu clinic - this will take place on a Thursday afternoon only.

When you receive your letter for your child, please ring 02871261137/02871306420

Over 18 years of age

To achieve this, all patients, who qualify for a flu vaccination, will be contacted by letter with a date and time for their vaccination appointment. We would ask that you try your best to make the appointment offered.

We will be running several clinics over the next number of weeks, so please be assured, you will receive a letter.

On the day of the flu clinics, we will operate an emergency only telephone service. There will be no routine appointments on Wednesday 30th September. However, our email account will be monitored and all requests for prescriptions will be processed in the routine manner, Routine requests can take up to 72 hours and acute, one off requests within 24 hours of receiving the request.



 
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