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FACE COVERING- All Patients aged 10+ require to wear a face covering when attending the practice. More information about face covering can be found here 

COVID19 advice for parents <<<< see poster for further advice

COVID-19

Due to the outbreak of Covid-19 and recent guidance, The Practice has moved to a total triage system. This means all appointments will be telephone triaged by a clinician first and face to face appointment or video consultation will be offered if necessary. Please DO NOT visit the practice unless you have an appointment. All queries will be dealt with over the phone by our reception team. 

If you have symptoms of Covid-19 please ring 111 or visit their website 111.nhs.uk/services/covid-19/

For more information on COVID-19 please click on 'Latest News' section on the right hand side >>>>

https://www.online-consult.co.uk/org/oldham-medical-servicesOnline Consult

We are very pleased to announce that following our recent CQC inspection in December 2019, we have been given the overall rating of 'GOOD'

Practice Half day Closure Dates

The Practice closes in the afternoon from 12pm to 18.30pm on one Thursday afternoon in every month for staff training. If you need to contact a Doctor during these hours please ring NHS111 - just dial 111 from either a landline or mobile and these calls are free. Alternatively, you can ring 7 day access on 0161 934 2827 for a GP appointment. 7 Day Access is an out of hours GP services and is based at different hubs across Oldham with the nearest being at the Integrated Care Centre.

Please see below a list of closure dates for the upcoming months in  2020/2021:

-6th February 2020

-12th March 2020

-9th April 2020

-7th May 2020- suspended due to Covid-19- Practice will be open

-4th June 2020- suspended due to Covid-19- Practice will be open

-9th July 2020

-6th August 2020

-10th September 2020

-8th October 2020

-19th November 2020

-10th December 2020

-14th January 2021

-18th February 2021

-4th March 2021

Bereavement

At Oldham Medical Services we believe that all bereaved people are entitled to services that responds to, and respects their basic needs at such difficult times.

Your GP undertakes to:

- Ensure prompt completion of all death administrative paperwork

- Fully explain the details written on the death certificate to the next of kin.

We will write to you enclosing a copy of our bereavement information  leaflet which is also downloadable below. We will offer some useful practical information as well as some advice which may be helpful in the months after you have lost a close relative or friend. 

If Death Occurs At Home

1. Telephone the doctor who will visit to confirm that death has taken place.

2. Contact a funeral director. 

3. Arrange to collect the doctor's medical certificate of death (usually from the surgery)

4. Take the medical certificate to the registrars office (together with the deceased medical card and birth certificate, if available) for the area in which the death took place. Alternatively, you can register by declaration at any convenient registrars office but certificates will not be available as these will have to be posted a few days later.

5. The registrars will normally issue a green colored certificate for you to give to your funeral director who will look after necessary arrangements for the funeral. The registrar will also issue a white notification certificate for the DSS. They will also enquire as to the number of ceritified copies required for dealing with the deceased finances (a fee is payable for each copy)

If The Death occurs In Hospital

1. Contact a funeral director to inform him his services are required.

2. Collect the ceritificate from the hospital and follow steps 4-5 as above. 

Notes For Cremation

Your funeral director will usually liaise directly with the surgery regarding the additional certification required. 

Bereavement Information Leaflet (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)



 
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