To protect our staff and our patients, the Sidings Medical Practice will now be screening all patients who have a face to face appointment with one of our clinicians.
Patients asking to book either a routine appointment or urgent appointment will be asked to speak to a Clinician via the telephone for an assessment. If possible, issues will be dealt with over the telephone, but if required patients will be seen at the practice. Appointments will be made following the discussion with the clinician.
If you have an appointment booked, a member of the team will be in contact with you.
Please therefore do not attend the surgery if you have not been advised to do so by one of our clinical staff members. If you do staff will advise you to return home and telephone the practice.
Patients are also reminded that currently they are unable to book appointments online.
If you wish to have a conversation with a Clinician or have a query, please contact 01205 362173/ 01205 362556
For the latest information about Corona Virus please check the official NHS GOV website, www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/
More information below
Our Reception desk is open from 8.00am to 8.00pm Monday and Tuesday.
08.00am to 6.30pm Wednesday to Friday. This is in addition the the service outlined below.
Extended Access Pilot
The Sidings Medical Practice is hgosting the Boston extended access pilot. This is a new service which offers GP appointments outside of core working hours, making it easier for you to get an appointment at a time that suits you, including evenings 18:30 to 20:00, weekends 08:30 to 18:00, and bank holidays.
The service is located in the Sidings Medical Practice on Sleaford Road, Boston. Access to the service is via the side entrance to the practice. Signs are in place.
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 the Practice. The GP will be able to offer advice and treatment including acute prescriptions (not repeat prescriptions), blood test requests and referrals.
When the Surgery is Closed
When the surgery is closed you can call 111. In an emergency you should call 999