Guidance to keep you safe when attending your appointment
In line with Goverment advice, please wear a face covering to your appointment. This can be a mask that you have bought or made, a face covering worn for religious or cultural reasons (as long as they cover the mouth and nose) or a surgical mask you have been given because you are shielding.
For guidance on how to wear and make a face mask, visit www.gov.uk and search for 'face covering'
Due to the COVID-19 response, our service will have a reduced number of appointments available. If you choose not to attend your appointment, please contact us. It is helpful for us to know why so we can help with any concerns you might have. If you still do not wish to attend, we can offer it to someone else.
HEALTH CONCERNS DURING COVID-19
WE ARE DETERMINED NOT TO MISS IMPORTANT HEALTH ISSUES FOR YOU DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC. IF YOU HAVE NEW SYMPTOMS SUCH AS CHEST PAIN, WEAKNESS OR SYMPTOMS THAT COULD SUGGEST CANCER, PLEASE CONTACT US
For information regarding testing for COVID-19 please do NOT call the surgery. You should visit GOV.UK/Coronavirus and follow the link. We do not have information regarding testing sites or appointments.
Safeguarding Online & Video Consultations
Please note any digital image sumbitted as part of an online consultation, will be stored within your clinical notes.
We recommend that online consultations, undertaken on behalf of children under the age of 16 or vulnerable adults, requiring visual diagnostics (image or video) of a intimate area (genitals, anus, breasts) are not undertaken.
Welcome to Tangmere Medical Centre
Tangmere Medical Centre is a small, friendly General Practice providing general medical services to the local area.
We aim to provide a high standard of medical care and a caring, friendly and personal service to our patients. Because we are a small practice our doctors, nurses and reception team get to know many of our regular patients well.
We moved to our current spacious purpose built premises with its own car park for patients and staff in September 2009.