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Riverside medical Practice will be closed between 12:00-14:00 on the 19 June for staff training.  If you require urgent medical advice during this time on this day only please call 07511 044891

May Bank Holidays Pharmacy opening

Planned practice closures due to bank holidays in May 2018.

28th May 2018

If you require urgent medical attention on these planned closures please call Shropdoc on 0333 222 6655 or 111, if it is an emergency; call 999

New Patient Registration

Any person living within the practice area wishing to register with the Practice should contact Reception. New patients will be asked to complete several forms, including one regarding their medical history. Proof of identity and address will also be requested. All new patients will be invited for a New Patient Medical with a member of the Nursing Team. Anyone who received medication on a repeat basis from their previous GP must make an appointment to see a GP here before this can be issued; please note that sufficient time to allow the transfer of medical records to the Practice will need to be given before the appointment can be offered.

When you register with the practice, your name is not recorded as being a patient of any specific doctor. You do, however, have the right to express a preference to receive services from a particular clinician or class of clinician either generally or in relation to any particular condition. Should you express such a preference, the practice will endeavour to comply, though this may not always be possible.

Please advise us immediately should any of your personal details change.

Practice Area

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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