Online Medical and Administrative Requests - Patient Triage
We have now gone live with our new online consultation service-Patient Triage.
This is a great way for you to contact our practice for non-urgent medical or admin requests.
The form on the link guides you through the process, so please do give it a go if you need to contact us. Although the character count is limited on the form, please try to give as much specific and concise information as possible.
We really think it is more convenient for most people than waiting on hold to speak to a receptionist but would love to hear your feedback.
If you do not have access to the internet or find it difficult to use a computer or smartphone you can call reception instead.
Please click on the link below to access this new service :
Doctors Working Days
|Dr Pickworth||Wednesday, Thursday and Friday|
|Dr Elliott||Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday AM|
|Dr Cooper||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday AM, Thursday|
|Dr Sivakumar||Monday, Wednesday and Friday AM|
|Dr De Vos||Monday AM, Thursday and Friday|
|Dr McNamara||Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday|
|Dr Coleman||Friday AM|
|Dr Dodwell||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday|
|Dr Morgan||Monday, Tuesday AM and Wednesday AM|
|Dr Chrisostomou||Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday|
|Dr Yakub||Wednesday, Thursday and Friday|
|Dr Deval||Tuesday, Thursday and Friday|
The Corbett Medical Practice is proud to support "Doctors of the World" in providing "Safe Surgeries" to allow access to healthcare for all patients.
Doctors of the World - "We work tirelessly to empower excluded people to access healthcare. Working both at home and abroad through over 350 projects, we provide medical care, strengthen health systems and address underlying barriers to healthcare"
A Safe Surgery can be any GP practice which commits to taking steps to tackle the barriers faced by many migrants in accessing healthcare. At a minimum, this means declaring your practice a ‘Safe Surgery’ for everyone and ensuring that lack of ID or proof of address, immigration status or language are not barriers to patient registration.
Safe Surgeries recognise the barriers to healthcare access that exist, particularly for migrants in vulnerable circumstances, and believe that small changes in practice can make a difference. They are willing to lead by example and work to ensure that nobody in their community is excluded.
For further information please enquire at our reception desk or click on the link below which will offer information in a variety of languages :