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It's available 24/7 but please note that we ONLY respond during working hours, 8am to 5pm Monday to Friday. During working hours, we can usually get back to you within 1 hour. In case of medical emergency, please call 999 or go to your local A&E.
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You can register yourself directly online from the link above. If you need any assistance, please speak to a member of our reception team.
Lincolnshire East CCG will be holding a listening clinic at Tasburgh Lodge Surgery on Thursday, 24th of January 2019 at 9.00am to 11.00am. Please come along to share your views on your local health services. Please click on the link below for more details:
Listening Clinic Poster
East Lindsey Extended Access Hub
Tasburgh Lodge Surgery is part of the East Lindsey Extended Access Hub pilot. This is a new service that offers GP appointments outisde of core working hours, making it easier for you to get an appointment at a time that suits you, including evenings, weekends, and bank holidays.
You can now see a GP or other healthcare professional during:
- Weekday evenings between 6.30pm and 8.00pm
- Saturday and Sunday.
The service is located in Louth County Hospital, High Holme Road, Louth LN11 0EU.
These appointments are available in advance and if we cannot offer you an appointment at a suitable time at our surgery, we may be able to book you an appointment with the GP extended access service.
The GP who sees you may not be your regular GP, but with your consent he/she will be able to access your medical records and transfer any information back to us. The GP will be able to offer advice and treatment including prescriptions, blood test requests and referrals on to other services.
Please contact a member of the reception team for more details.
Full CCG Press Release
Lincolnshire Reporter Article
Horncastle News Article
Monitored Dosage System (Blister Pack)
A Monitored Dosage System is designed to assist persons who find it difficult to keep track of their medications and who sometimes forget to take the medication as prescribed. The system consists of a weekly set of medications, which is blister packed for different times of the day as appropriate. The patient can receive the full monthly prescription packed in four blistered cards or the medication can be dispensed weekly, according to the wishes of the doctor.
If you think a Monitored Dosage System could help you keep track of your medicines, please click this link for more details on how to apply for one.