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In line with other GP Practices in the area we are no longer offering Ear Irrigation. If you feel that your ears need unblocking, you will need to book an appointment with one of our GP's who, if appropriate, will refer you to the Hospital.

Alternatively you can pay privately at the following locations:

St John's Hearing Aid Centre - Grange-over-Sands 01539536391

Current cost - one ear £35, both ears £55.

or

Vera Wilton Optometrists - Dalton-in-Furness - 01229 463169

Current cost £40 for one ear and £60 for both.

Specsavers in Lancaster also offer this service - 01524 842424

Cost £55 for both ears.

Forms to be completed by GP

Please note that if you require forms to be completed by your GP the turn around time is 3 weeks and depending on the type of form a Fee may be applicable. Please ask at reception at the time of handing in the forms for current prices.

 

 

   You can now book GP appointments and telephone calls on the www.patient.co.uk website

  •  Come to the Surgery in person. 
  • We will need to confirm your identity you will be asked for photographic identification – driving licence or passport
  • The Receptionist will activate the facility in your medical records


This will generate a printout of the registration details you need so you can register on the website www.patient.co.uk  .


 

The registration process will require you to:

Enter your details from the Practice letter 

Enter your surname, date of birth and create a password

Enter your contact details – email & mobile telephone number

Create security questions & answers

PLEASE NOTE:  Due to confidentiality issues children over the age of 11 will need to register for this service themselves.  If you have any concerns regarding this please ask to speak to the practice manager. 

 

*** Not all appointments will be available to book online 

 

*** All other appointments and home visit requests should be requested in the usual way.   

 
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