Welcome to the website for Plas Meddyg Surgery, Bexley
Hello and welcome to our website. We’ve packed it full of useful information in a very easy to use format with the added benefit of several online functions. If you’re new to the area, have a look at our opening times, download a registration form and come and see
New Computer System Installation
We are migrating to a new computer system on Thursday 12 September 2019. In order to facilitate this change the information held on our current system will be ‘cut’ on Thursday 5 September, which will have the following impact on our services:
Between 31 August and 12 September we will not be able to:
Send prescriptions via the electronic prescription service
Process routine referrals
Receive blood results electronically
Receive hospital letters, reports etc electronically
Register new patients
Prescriptions - We will only be processing urgent prescriptions between 31 August and 12 September, therefore we request that any prescriptions that are due to be submitted within this timeframe are submitted before Tuesday 27 August 2019 in order that they can be processed early.
Online Services - Patients will lose access to online services and will need to register for the online services linked to our new system when invited to do so.
Appointments – There will be less routine appointments available in the days leading up to Thursday 12 September and very few on that actual day. Emergency appointments for urgent matters will still be available. Normal appointment availability will resume after 12 September.
Bexley CCG AGM September 5th
Ask your local NHS a question and find out more about health and care services in your area. Bexley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will present its annual accounts, achievements and future plans at its AGM on Thursday September 5th 2019 6.30pm - 8.30pm at the Boathouse, Danson Park, Danson Road DA6 8HL. Everyone is invited to attend. Click on the link below for further details.
Learning Disability Big Health Day October 25th
Bexley, Greenwich & Lewisham are holding their first ever Learning Disability Big Health Day at Thomas Tallis School, Kidbrooke SE3 9PX on Friday October 25th 10:00-16:00. Activities include: General health information, fun activities, stalls, workshops, cancer education. All service users, carers and families are invited. Link to event poster below
Big Health Day
Hayfever Guidance - Management & Treatment
Please click on the document below to access the latest local guidance
Hayfever Management & Treatments
Evening and weekend appointments now available
Patients who are registered at this practice can now book an appointment to see a GP on weekday evenings (after 6.30pm) or at the weekends (on Saturday and Sunday). Appointments will take place at special GP Hubs at Queen Mary’s Hospital and Erith Hospital. Talk to the practice receptionists to find out more or book an appointment.
Over The Counter Products
This practice is now unable to routinely prescribe medicines for self-care that can be bought readily from supermarkets and pharmacies without a prescription. For more information see the 'Over The Counter Products' page in the Prescriptions section of this website or click on the link below.
New Appointments System from 23/10/17
As from Monday October 23rd a new appointments system is being introduced that should mean only a one week wait for a routine GP appointment.
To book an appointment for 7 days ahead, please ring (or book online) after 2.30pm the week before.
Example 1: From 2.30pm On Monday October 23rd you will be able to book for Monday October 30th.
Example 2: From 2.30pm on Tuesday October 24th you will be able to book for Tuesday October 31st.
eConsult with your GP/Practice Team! Just click on the banner below to start
Patient appointments with a GP are now available between 18:30-20:00 weekdays and 08:00-20:00 weekends/bank holidays
Our patients can now be seen for routine GP appointments in new GP centres at Queen Mary's Hospital and Erith Hospital from 18:30-20:00 weekdays and 8:00-20:00 weekends/bank holidays.
These appointments should not be used for a follow up appointment, as continuity of care is important, but if you have a non-urgent problem and can’t wait for our next routine appointment, please call our receptionists who will be happy to book an appointment for you.
You will be seen by a local GP who will, with your consent, have full access to your medical records and we will receive details of the consultation automatically.