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Covid-19 Update

The team at the University of Lincoln Health Service would like to send our support and best wishes to all those affected by the current Coronavirus situation.

For up-to-date information on the current situation, advice and precautionary measures as well as useful information for university staff and students, please click here.

If you need to come into the surgery for any reason, please wear a face covering. The covering could be as simple as a bandana or scarf that you use to cover your nose and mouth. Thank you for your continuing efforts to keep yourselves and our NHS staff safe. For guidance on face coverings and how to make one, please go to the following link:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/how-to-wear-and-make-a-cloth-face-covering/how-to-wear-and-make-a-cloth-face-covering

Phone Line Issue

Please be aware that we are currently experiencing an intermittent issue with our phone lines. We are working to resolve the problem. If you need to contact the surgery in the meantime, please click here to send us a message through eConsult.

EPS Phase 4

In EPS Phase 4, patients without a nomination will be given an EPS token (patients may refer to these as ‘paper copies’ of their prescription) at the GP practice. This will be given to the patient (or their representative) or collected as part of a prescription collection service. Patients can take these tokens to any pharmacy in England.

Please click here for further information on EPS Phase 4.

University Health Service Highly Commended in Lincolnshire Health Awards

The University of Lincoln Health Service are delighted to have been highly commended in the category of GP Practice of the Year in the recent Lincolnshire Health Awards.  The awards celebrated the achievements of NHS services across Lincolnshire.  Further information on the awards can be found here

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