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WE ARE CLOSED FOR THE AFTERNOON THIS THURSDAY 17TH MAY 2018 FROM 12.30PM FOR TRAINING. WE WILL RE-OPEN AGAIN AS USUAL ON FRIDAY 18TH MAY AT 8AM. IF YOU REQUIRE MEDICAL ADVICE WHILST THE PRACTICE IS CLOSED PLEASE CALL SELDOC ON: 0208 693 9066 OR FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCIES CALL 999

For urgent healthcare outside of normal operating hours please call SELDOC on 0208 693 9066.

For urgent dental needs outside of normal operating hours: 111

Out-of-hours services are generally busy so please think carefully before asking to see a doctor and only do so if you genuinely cannot wait until the surgery re-opens.

Registered patients of Lambeth Walk Group Practice can access extended opening times at four specially selected GP Access Hubs in the borough.

Our GP Access Hubs offer appointments seven days a week at the following times:   12pm–8pm Monday to Friday   8am-8pm Weekends and bank holidays   To book an appointment, simply call us as usual. If you are unable to attend an appointment during our usual opening times, if you wish you can be referred to a GP Hub.   For further information you can visit www.lambethgpaccesshubs.co.uk

GETTING TEST RESULTS

Test results cannot be given to any person other than the patient unless we have received written consent. When you telephone for a result you will be asked for your full name and date of birth. This will prevent the staff giving the wrong test results.

Results take some times to come back to the Practice. The box below indicates a rough guide to the length of time that results reach the surgery.

Please note that any tests, which have been requested by hospital doctors, do not automatically come back to the practice.

TEST  TIME OF RESULTS TO COME BACK
 
Blood test  
 Min 5 days
 
Urine/stool test  
 Min 5 days
 
Smear  
 Min 8 weeks
 
Swabs  
 Min 5 days
 
Ultra sound  
 Min 2 weeks
 
X-rays  
 Min 2 weeks

 
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