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Please note that we are experiencing a high volume of telephone calls at the surgery and it may take longer for our team to answer your call.    Please note that prescription requests are taking 48 hours to process.   Please be patient.   Thank you. 




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CORONAVIRUS

If you have symptoms of cough, fever or shortness of breath you could have coronavirus.  PLEASE CALL 111 FOR ADVICE - DO NOT COME TO GP SURGERY

Tong Medical Practice is rated as the first Outstanding Practice in the Yorkshire and Humber Region by CQC.  Download the CQC Full Report or link to website https://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-587967049

We are pleased to announce that we have two new permanent GPs - Dr Claudio Schwab  He is consulting at the Practice on a Monday, Thursday and Friday.  His speciality is Cardiology.

We also have Dr Adrian North.  He is a full time GP.  He is consulting at the Practice on a Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

 T&A News : Oustanding Practice 

Changes to ordering Prescriptions - Unfortunately, pharmacies can no longer order your Prescriptions on your behalf.  Please see the "prescription" section for further information.

Order your Prescription from your mobile phone? - We are pleased to announce that SystmOnline is now available to patients as an App for Mobile Phones or Tablets which run the iOS or Android operating systems. The App is listed on the App Store and is free to download. To download the app, search for SystmOnline in the App store.

Patients can use their existing SystmOnline login details to access the online services offered by your organisation via the App.

The App provides a quick and easy way to change your contact details, order repeat Prescriptions and book Appointments.  Please note that the App provides only the basic functions for SystmOnline and you may need to log on via your PC for more advanced tasks.

 We have rooms available for hire click here for further information!

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