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As of 15th June NHS Guidelines state that any patient attending the Pall Mall Surgery will need to wear a face mask / face covering.  Children under the age of 5 are exempt.  Any persons not wearing a mask will not be permitted to enter.
Due to the current crisis, and to protect our patients and our staff  the doors are closed to all patients who do not have a booked face to face appointment.  If you do wish to discuss any concerns with the practice please kindly contact us by phone only.
To make an appointment you will need to contact the surgery by phone ONLY.  We are not able to take appointment requests face to face.  To manage the current situation and to care for our patients and staff the Pall Mall Surgery shall be managing appointments, firstly by using telephone triage.  If the clinician feels you need to be seen an appointment will be made for you to attend the surgery. 

If you are suffering from any respiratory symptoms such as cough, temperature, and / or sore throat and you are asked to attend the surgery you will be given an appointment in a designated area.  Please wait in your car until we call you on your mobile at the time of your appointment. 
The Partners and staff at the Pall Mall Surgery thank you for your patience at this difficult time.
To help prevent the spread of infection please 'Wash your Hands for 20 seconds with Soap and Water - Wash your Hands Advice 


Please click on the link below :

COVID 19 sick note

Guidance note for patients requesting exemption letters for Face Masks / Face Coverings - please click on the link below :

Exemption from wearing face masks / face coverings


New FSRH Patient Guide - Advice for women seeking contraception, abortion and other SRH services during COVID 19 -

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FSRH Guidance






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