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For Surgery COVID Advise and How we are working please see Lanchester Medical Centre Newsletter

When you have been asked to attend the surgery: Please come alone or with one carer or parent, where ever possible provide your own face covering, attend your appointment on time not before and do not attend if you have any new COVID symptoms.

Services to Support You or a Family Member

Support for Carers in County Durham - Contact 03000051213

Self Referral for support around your Mental Health Adults - Talking Changes

Self Referral for Support around anxiety and Mental Health for Children and Young Adults - Kooth

If you are self isolating Lanchester Partnership Support can offer to pick up shopping or prescriptions or just have a chat - Please ring 07925130310. This has an answer phone facility.

 

Latest News

Welcome to Lanchester Medical Centre

Have you had your annual review?

If not make an appointment for the month of your birthday.

Please provide us with your feedback to help improve our services.

The practice is currently working with NHSBSA to help identify patients,

that are suitable for electronic repeat dispensing.

Please note that from April 2018 the practice will close at 4:30pm every Wednesday.

Why not check your Heart Health online Log in here

Armed Forces Veterans

If you or a family member are a veteran of HM Forces, please let us know so we can update your records. Your practice contact for Veterans is Jennie Griffin. (Ex Armed Forces)

 

The surgery serves the whole of Lanchester as well as its surrounding villages. The surgery has been in the village for over 40 years and over this time has grown from a single handed practice to a practice serving a population of around 4000 patients. Dr Davidson has been at the practice since 2003.

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