Engage Consult

 

Engage Consult

 

Misuse of antibiotics puts us all at risk (click on this link)

ANTIBIOTICS DO NOT TREAT VIRAL INFECTIONS, LIKE COLDS AND FLU.

Taking antibiotics when you don't need them speeds up antibiotic resistance.

Antibiotic resistant infections are more complex and harder to treat.

They can affect anyone, of any age, in any country.

Think twice. Seek advice.

Antibiotics aren't always the answer. Always seek the advice of a healthcare

professional before taking antibiotics.

Our time with antibiotics is running out.

Anitibiotics are in danger of losing their effectiveness due to misuse and

overuse, and in many cases they aren't even needed.

The rise of antibiotic resistance is leading to untreatable infections which 

can affect anyone. 

Without urgent action we are heading for a future in which minor injuries

and infections could once again kill!

 Antibiotics are a precious resource, so it is important to get the right advice before taking them. This not only ensures you and your family get the best treatment, responsible use of antibiotics will also help reduce the threat of antibiotic resistance

Appointments

All surgeries are by appointment and can be made:

  • online (you will need an online account, please speak to our reception staff)
  • in person at reception
  • over the phone

A routine appointment will normally be offered within 48 hours, provided the Doctor is not absent.

Consultations will normally commence on time but we will inform you if your appointment is unavoidably delayed.

Emergency Appointments

Requests for urgent appointments are normally accommodated on the same day. Each day, between 11.00am and 3.00pm, we have one Doctor on duty for urgent requests.  

Cancellations

If you are unable to attend your appointment, please let us know so that we can offer it to another patient.

Booking Appointments Online

Coronavirus (Covid-19).  

All online face-to-face appointments have now been changed to  'online telephone appointments.  A clinician will call you to discuss your problem.  Please provide an up to date telephone number.  Thank you

Once you have an account please follow this link.

Chaperone

All patients are entitled to have a chaperone present for any consultation. Please request this at the time of booking or speak to your GP at the time of the appointment.

 

Address

Enderby Medical Centre

Shortridge Lane
Enderby
Leicester
LE19 4LY

Tel:  0116 286 6088

Fax:  0116 284 4938

 

 

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