During the Cornonavirus outbreak The Natural Practice will continue to support our patients but we are changing the way we care for you.
Due to the introduction of lockdown restrictions from 6th January 2021, doctors at the practice now offer 'virtual' consultations although some face to face consultations will be available if your doctor thinks this is necessary. All new patient appointment will be carried out 'virtually' also. Doctors Owen, Ridsdale, Mishanina, Foster, Day and Pogoda are available for telephone, Doxy.me, Skype or Zoom consultations.
Appointments for chiropractic, osteopathy, nutritional therapy, hypnotherapy and acupuncture are available. Appointments for reflexology and massage therapy are not available during the current restrictions.
All practitioners are available for telephone advice or support if required.
If you would like to make an appointment, please contact reception on 01962 856310 or by email at email@example.com. If you already have a future appointment booked, a member of the reception team will contact you and ask if you would like to carry on with your appointment via telephone, Skype or Zoom. For more information about how to set up Skype, Zoom etc click here. We request payment for consultation fees in advance of your appointment.
We are still dispensing to our patients but we continue to be very busy with requests for repeat prescriptions. We give priority to medicines prescribed following a consultation. We request that all orders for repeat prescriptions are sent by email but please allow at least 7 days for an order to be processed. To order, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have any Respiratory symptoms do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacist or hospital, go to NHS 111 online for further information about what to do and please stay indoors and avoid close contact with people. If you have respiratory symptoms and are feeling very unwell ring NHS 111
If you are concerned that you may have Coronavirus or may have come into contact with someone who has please call the NHS on 111. For NHS guidance re Coronavirus see the NHS website.
To view our statement vaccine statement in the context of COVID-19 click here>