No appointment for 9 weeks. Prescribed 3 different things without being given an appointment none of the 3 worked. Pharmacies NHS111 and walk I'm centres all said I need to be seen by a GP yet nobody at the surgery will give me an appointment. Sent ab email to the practice manager and promised a reply which never came. Useless surgery, dangerous practice and ignorant management. Requires a major amount of improvement before they cause serious harm or worse to their patients.
Give appointments. Stop refusing to see people and stop prescribing rubbish without finding out what the problem is.
I had a an asthma review with Mr Coman and together we discussed in a very professional and unhurried way how I was controlling my asthma. As a result of the simple advice that I was given my asthma is now in control and I have not had to use salbutamol since. I feel so much better and I only have praise for Mr Coman 's professional advice and manner. I also had problems in gaining the results of a blood test (routine) that had been ordered by the hospital. As a result i asked the surgery to intervene and within a day or two they had got the results that I had waited a month for. I have been contacted by the reception staff on a number of occasions and they have always been considerate and helpful. Furthermore when I forgot to take a mask I was readily supplied with one at reception. Finally I have been with this practice for eight years now and I have never had a problem getting through, getting advice or test results, moreover, prescriptions via the patient access app have generally taken less than two days to be available. I feel fortunate to be a patient at this practice and to have Dr Qureshi as my GP.
In my experience not really. I was on one occasion given some strange advice by a pharmacist employed by the practice but within a few weeks this person had left the practice. The advice issue was clarified so no problem.
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