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Welcome to Huntcliff Surgery

Notice to patients

Dr Neil Brownlee will be retiring from the Practice Partnership on 31st July 2021.

We would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to Dr Brownlee for his tremendous contributions, hard work and dedication during his tenure as a GP Partner at Huntcliff Surgery and wish him well in the future.

However, we are delighted to announce that Dr Brownlee will continue to provide a Joint Injection Clinic from the Practice on a monthly basis from August 2021 onwards.

We are pleased to announce that Dr Elizabeth Appleton will become a GP Partner at the Practice from 2nd August 2021. Many of you will have already met Dr Appleton as she is currently a Salaried GP at the Practice.

On the 16th August 2021 Dr David Siddaway, GP Partner will be joining the Practice, You may remember Dr Siddaway from when he was here in 2018 during his GP training. Welcome to the team Dr Siddaway.

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COVID PRIMARY VACCINATIONS AND BOOSTERS

Due to extremely high volumes of calls we are experiencing regarding COVID Vaccinations, we respectfully ask that you do not phone the surgery about your COVID Vaccination. When it is the right time for you to receive your vaccination, you will receive an invitation to come forward. 

You can book an appointment at a vaccination centre by visiting: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/book-coronavirus-vaccination/ 

WALK IN COVID VACCINATION CENTRES

If you live in England, you can use the NHS Website to find a walk-in coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination site. You can get a COVID-19 vaccine from a walk-in site without an appointment.

You can use a walk-in site to get:

  • a 1st dose of the vaccine - if you or your child are aged 12 or over

  • a 2nd dose of the vaccine - if you're eligible and it's been 8 weeks since your 1st dose

  • a booster dose of the vaccine - if you're eligible and it's been 6 months (182 days) since your 2nd dose

Please click on one of the following links below to find a walk in coronavirus site:

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/coronavirus-vaccination/find-a-walk-in-coronavirus-covid-19-vaccination-site/

https://teesvalleyccg.nhs.uk/where-and-when-you-can-you-get-a-walk-in-covid-19-jab-in-tees-valley-3/

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Saturday Morning clinics

 IF YOU REQUIRE MEDICAL ATTENTION WHILE THE SURGERY IS CLOSED PLEASE CONTACT 111

The Practice will be closed on Saturday's for the foreseeable future, if you require medical attention whilst the practice is closed please contact 111

Online Access

Patients can order prescriptions and/or book appointments online. To register for these services:

  • You will be required to complete an on-line access form and show address confirmation such as a utility bill and also photo ID, such as a passport or photo driving licence to a member of the administration team at Huntcliff Surgery.
  • You will then be issued with an access code and registration instructions.

  • This is a quick and easy process and need only be done once. 

  • Registered users will be provided with a password, which will be required to sign in.

Once signed up you can book appointments here or order prescriptions here.

Appointments onlinePrescriptions Online

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Our Practice’s main objective is ensuring that our patients receive the optimum level of care available. Our Practice Mission Statement is as follows:-

Our wish is to accommodate the needs of our patients while promoting self-reliance. There is an emphasis on the prevention of illness while maintaining the traditional values of family medicine. We hope to provide a friendly personalised service.

We are a training practice for the Teesside branch of the Northern Deanery of the University of Newcastle which means you may see a different GP registrar in the surgery every 6 months. Training is carried out by Dr Fish. Dr Fish gives valuable tuition to these fully qualified doctors who are gaining experience in a general practice setting.

(Site updated 30/11/2021)
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