Welcome to The Saltscar Surgery
At The Saltscar Surgery we always strive to provide the best care for all our patients showing empathy & Understanding.
The public are being advised to stay at home (self-isolate) regardless of travel history or contact with confirmed coronavirus cases, if they have:
A new continuous cough, High temperature or loss of smell and or taste.
For this reason we will not be booking appointments for any patients that have these symptoms. Patients will need to follow this national guidance:
Individuals should stay at home (self-isolate) for 7 days from the onset of symptoms. If someone serious symptoms they cannot manage at home they should use the NHS 111 on-line system www.111.nhs.uk/covid-19
Please use econsult if you would like advice from your GP Surgery, Self care, or admin help. Please note if you have more than one problem you would like to speak to a clinician about, it is best to ring and book in, rather than use e-consult. Also please do not abuse this system, as it does take the clinicians time to review e-consult requests.
Our clinical system is called SystmOnline. Systmonline offers a range of free of charge online services to allow patients to proactively manage their care. These services include allowing patients to book their own GP appointments and order repeat medication. SystmOnline is available as an online service via a computer or via apps (for handheld devices such as tablets or smartphones). This provides patients with convenience and flexibility when managing their care.
To register for online services patients will have to present to the surgery reception desk with two valid forms of identity and they will be asked to read & complete an online registration form.
This link provides you with more information regarding systmonline: -
All the staff at The Saltscar Surgery, doctors, nurses and admin', are 'signed up' to protect the confidentiality of patients. They will never reveal or discuss a patients personal details or medical history with any third party without the consent of the patient. This means that they cannot tell a partner, spouse or carer about a patient's medication or appointments unless the patient agrees beforehand.
For full details and for advice on how to make suitable arrangements and to avoid problems or misunderstandings in the future, please download and read the Patient Confidentiality leaflet.
Patient Confidentiality Leaflet
(Site updated 03/06/2020)