We operate a walk-in session for blood clinics every day between 8.30am and 10.30am.
For any patients who have difficulties in attending the above times, the blood clinics will run from 7.30am until 10.30am on a Monday.
Update: Monday 25th March 2019 Blood Clinic will start at 8:30am.
Please note we do not offer afternoon blood clinics as our blood samples are collected by the hospital at the end of the morning surgery.
B L O O D T E S T
R E S U L T S
We are working to improve ways of communicating Blood Test Results to patients by sending out text messages when results are normal. Therefore when you see the nurse to have your blood taken please confirm your name and your correct mobile telephone number.
- You will receive a text message if your result or results are normal.
- Please note you will probably receive more than one text if you have had more than one blood test, which you may not receive all at once.
- You should have received all of your results within 2 weeks.
- You will receive a telephone call from the surgery if your result may require further action.
- If you have not received any texts or phone calls from us within 2 weeks then please telephone the surgery
SIT & WAIT GP CLINICS
We are running Sit and Wait clinics for URGENT ON THE DAY MATTERS. These clinics will be run between 8.30am - 10.30am by the GP's in sit and wait sessions Monday to Friday.
IMPORTANT PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Please find below the criteria of these sessions:-
It must be a new problem and something that can be dealt with on the day.
It cannot be used for renewing sick notes, medication queries/reviews, ongoing problems or referrals.
You will triaged and may be seen in order of urgency as decided by the Dr.
You will be seen on that morning but we cannot give you a time that you will be seen.
If the reason for your appointment does not fit this criteria you will be asked by either reception staff or the Dr to book an alternative scheduled appointment.
We hope this information helps you decide which of our services are the most appropriate.
Welcome to Alpine House Surgery Online
Our Doctors are Drs Ellison, Cluley, Spencer, Doneva, Euden-Harrison and Luo
Contact: Tel. No 0116 216 9947 Fax 0116 237 4218
The practice was established in 1984. Since this time, the practice has undergone and continues to undergo major extension and refurbishment in order to keep up with a rapidly growing practice population and the demands of an ever changing primary care. All consulting rooms are on the ground floor and are designed to meet the needs of all our patients, particularly those with disabilities. The present building works are now complete and this has added four consulting rooms, automated electronic doors at the rear for disabled access, new front lobby for easy access and a newly configured waiting area in order to increase the seating capacity.
We are a partnership of one male doctor and two female doctors and we employ two female salaried doctors, with additional support when needed from regular locum doctors. You are welcome to see any doctor, but we do encourage you to see the same doctor to aid continuity of care, in particular for any ongoing / long term condition
We have a small car park with limited spaces for Patients. There is on street parking available within the area, but we do ask all patients to park responsibly.
The practice prides itself on providing good quality family medicine, delivered in a well organised and timely manner by well trained and motivated professional staff. Please take time to read our mission statement to the right of this page. We are keen to see ALL Minor Injuries here at the surgery, hopefully avoiding unnecessary and inappropriate use of our very busy Urgent Care Centres and Emergency Department. We encourage all our patients to make contact with our Reception Team in order for you to seen / assessed.
This surgery website is used to present all our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. We will keep it current with any developments or other details that we feel are relevant to you.
(Site updated 08/03/2019)