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Consult online

Tips before you use eConsult!  Do not use the back button on the web browser.  You can use the back button of eConsult which would not cancel your answers.  Gather anything you think you may need to add to your eConsult form, medication (inc anything you are using to self-medicate). The following types of consultation you can add a photograph to: Adults: acne, athlete’s foot, bites and stings, contact dermatitis, eczema, rash, stye, warts and verrucae. Paeds: conjunctivitis/sticky eye, eczema, hives/urticaria, impetigo, rash, ringworm, warts and verrucae.  You will need to leave an email address so the clinician can contact you also.  We hope you find the service useful 

 

eConsult FAQ's

Welcome to Newbury Street Practice

Newbury Street Practice

Covid Vaccinations

Please see our new Covid-19 Vaccines page on the right

Please click on Christmas BH Opening Hours to open a document listing opening times and nearest pharmacies

Read an article from Wantage Town News by Dr Carrie Ladd (Newbury Street) and Dr Joy Arthur (Church Street) News from Wantage Health Centre

Appointments

All appointments are currently only bookable on the day.  You will need to ring the practice or use the EConsult system. If you get a letter inviting you in for a review then please try to attend if you can. If you need to speak to a Healthcare professional (GP/Nurse etc.) they will initially call you back and advise if you can be helped over the phone or offered a face to face appointment or video consultation depending on your clinical need. This is in line with the Practice maintaining Covid safety for all patients and staff

Digital Services Available within Newbury Street Practice

Please see the attached poster Digital Services


Recording Calls

Please be aware that all calls both in and out of the practice are now recorded


(Site updated 06/01/2021)
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