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Bishops Itchington Surgery (Branch surgery of Harbury) will reopen for business on Thursday 25th of April.

In regards to dispensary services to Bishops Itchington patients, we will allow a friend or relative to collect prescriptions on their behalf by contacting the dispensary at Harbury Surgery.

Travel Health Clinic (16/04/2019)

Travel health clinics are temporarily unavailable due to training and staffing reasons. One of the practice nurses will attend the training at the end of May 2019. We will start accepting the travel health assessment forms from 1st week of June and clinics will run back to normal from 2nd week of June.

BOOK APPOINTMENTS OR ORDER REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE (via app or computer)

Call surgery now for more information or visit http://www.harburysurgery.org.uk/doitonline_form.aspx

Important patient information / contact Numbers

  1. AAA (Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm) Screening

  2. # Love you Feet ( Free Specialist Podistrist Fitting and Advice)
  3. Domestic Abuse Warwickshire Service Contact Details
  4. Stuggling to Cope? Mental Health (www.warwickshire.gov.uk/mentalhealth
  5. Improving Access to Psychological Therapy (IAPT)
  6. IAPT ( Imporving Access to Psychological Therapies)
  7. Paediatric Sexual Assault Services
  8. Promoting Positive Mental Wellbeing In Warwickshire
  9. UBUS:
  10. Southam Transport Scheme (this service covers both Bishop Itchington and Harbury patients)
  11. Blood test appointment at Warwick and Stratford Hospital                              Because of the waiting time increased at the Warwick and Stratford Hospital for phlebotomy services they are introducing appointment system from 30th of November 2017.      Patients will be able to book their appointments online - on a computer, laptop or mobile phone through https://www.swft.nhs.uk/our-services/adult-hospital-services/blood-tests-phlebotomy 



 
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