Out-Of-Hours Dental Service
If you are unable to access your own dentist in an emergency, please call 111.
Dental Access Centres (for patients not registered with a dentist)
- Huntingdon: 0300 555 6667 option 1
- Cambridge: 0300 555 6667 option 1
- Peterborough: 0300 555 6667 option
Free Service supporting People living with Type 2 Diabetes (Healthy Living)
Healthy Living is a free, online NHS programme that supports people to live well with type 2 diabetes.
- type 2 diabetes
- eating well
- becoming more active
- how to look after your body and mind
- other NHS services and support
- living with diabetes, including driving, working and travelling
Appointment Reminders via Text...
This service has now resumed. Please make sure we have the correct mobile number on your records to be able to receive these texts.
Face to face consultations require you to arrive on time at the surgery.
Telephone consultations: As outlined on the message you'll receive, an approximate time of call will be given and we ask for your patience whilst awaiting for the call.
It is really important to please remember to cancel/rearrange any appointments you can no longer attend.
We are now pleased to again be offering this service. Please contact the surgery on 01223 810030 for further information or to arrange your appointment.
Hospital Waiting Times
The Covid19 pandemic has added to the strain on all NHS services. As a result of this, waiting list times for outpatient and specialist appointments and procedures have increased for everybody.
We appreciate that this can cause worry and uncertainty about when you will eventually receive an appointment. The practice has no direct access to the hospital appointment lists.
If you have been referred by your GP/are waiting for :
- An outpatient appointment
- An appointment for hospital tests (eg scans)
- A date for an operation or other treatment
- A follow-up from your hospital team
You can now use the new NHS My Planned Care platform that is available online and will provide direct access to the latest average wait time for appointments and operations for local hospitals, as well as helpful advice and support for patients whilst they wait.
NHS My Planned Care is updated weekly, is easy-to-use and has ‘open access’ which enables carers, friends, relatives to also access information on someone else’s behalf.
Alternatively, patients who have already been in correspondence with hospitals regarding their planned care can also contact the relevant department or service. Details of which can be found on previous letters patients will have received or by contacting the hospital’s Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS).
Only call the practice if your condition has genuinely deteriorated, when you will be reviewed by one of the clinical team and appropriate action can be taken in regard to your care.