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For fit notes/self isolation note please refer to: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/self-isolation-advice/


 


https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guidance-to-employers-and-businesses-about-covid-19/guidance-for-employers-and-businesses-on-coronavirus-covid-19



During the coronavirus outbreak the surgery remains open but will be operating differently.  We are suspending booking all face to face appointments with effect from 16 March 2020 until further notice.  Please do not attend the surgery.  If you believe that you need to be seen, please request a telephone appointment.  If you already have an appointment booked do not attend the surgery. If it is clinically appropriate the clinician will arrange for you to be seen. Essential nursing appointments will continue as usual for now. This action is essential to maintain your health and the health of your community as advised by the Department of Health.


If your query is about Coronavirus go to 111.nhs.uk/covid-19 or call 111


Anyone with a new persistant cough and/or fever should self-isolate for 7 days; do not call 111 or contact other healthcare providers.  If symptoms deteriorate and you feel you need medical care, contact NHS 111.  Testing will only be done for those in hospital with symptoms



 


 


 

CORONAVIRUS - The number of coronavirus cases in Oxford is rising, particularly among 20 to 30 year olds.
While you may not experience the worst of the symptoms yourself, you may pass it onto
loved ones who do. It is up to each of us to stop the virus spreading. Play your part to help
stop the spread: keep your distance, wash your hands regularly, wear a face covering, and
avoid car sharing if you can. If you have any coronavirus symptoms, you must self-isolate
immediately and call 119 to book a test. And if you’ve been abroad to a country that is not on
the exemption list, you must by law self-isolate for 14 days. Visit: www.gov.uk

CORONAVIRUS – INFORMATION IF YOU HAVE ASTHMA OR COPD

You should continue your treatment as normal and ensure you are taking your inhalers regularly as prescribed. If you haven’t been using your current prescribed inhalers you should restart them. You do not need to increase the use of your inhalers as a precaution or take an extra blue inhaler just in case.

Instead follow the self-management advice and any action or management plans previously given by your nurse or doctor.

Unless this is already part of your management plan you do not need to be prescribed a rescue pack to take now as a precaution or keep at home just in case.

If you already have a rescue pack as part of your ongoing management you should only take this as previously advised by your nurse or doctor i.e. if you have worsening symptoms of your asthma or COPD. Due to the current Coronavirus situation though we advise you to contact your GP Practice prior to starting any rescue pack for review.

Further information on managing your asthma can be found at www.asthma.org.uk

Further information on managing your COPD can be found at www.BLF.org.uk

Welcome to Long Furlong Medical Centre Website

baby_under_green_towelThe Practice provides complete general medical services for residents and their visitors living within the boundaries defined by the map available by following the link to Practice Area.

The surgery is a modern medical centre conveniently situated in the Long Furlong housing estate in Abingdon. It has its own car park with a disabled parking bay and ramps to the main entrance. If the car park is full please park considerately and safely along Boulter Drive or in the public car park at the end of the road which is just a 2 minute walk from the surgery. Buses regularly travel along Oxford Road,  there is a short walk from the last stop in Abingdon to the surgery.

Our team includes five GP partners; Drs Moore, Elwig, Nowell, Barter and Lowe. Three part-time salaried GPs: Drs Tang, Dr Preston and Dr Griffith.  Advanced Nurse Practitioner (ANP) Heather Millard, four practice nurses, three health care assistants, a reception and administration team of ten and a practice manager.

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Named Accountable GPs.

All our patients are allocated a named GP who is responsible for patients' overall care at the practice.  If you do not know who your named GP is, please contact reception on 01235 522379.  If you have a preference as to which GP is your named GP we will make all reasonable efforts to accommodate this request. 

The named accountable GP takes lead responsibility for the co-ordination of all services that we are required to deliver under contract and ensures, based on their clinical judgement,  that those services are delivered to each of their patients where required.

For patients over 75, their named accountable GP will also work with the relevant associated health and social care professionals to deliver a multi-disciplinary care package that meets the needs of the patient.  They will also ensure that patients in this age group are able to have access to a health check.

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