• Welcome to City Way Medical Practice

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  • How To Order Repeat Prescriptions

    Please allow two working days when requesting your prescriptions.

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  • Opening Times

    Our doors are open and phone lines activated at 8.00am, but please note that reception is closed between 12 noon and 2.00pm.

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    You can now book appointments and order repeat prescriptions online.

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Welcome to the City Way Medical Practice

This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. Please read it carefully. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.

City Way Medical Practice

City Way Medical Practice
65-67 City Way
Rochester, Kent ME1 2AY

Telephone: 01634 843351
Email:
citywaymedicalpractice@nhs.net

Opening hours:

We are open Monday to Friday at the following times:
Phone lines open at 8am, doors open at 8.30am 
Only urgent calls between 12pm - 2pm
We reopen at 2pm until 6.30pm

Closed bank holidays

For medical attention while we are closed please phone 111

For prescription queries please contact: prescription.cityway@nhs.net

PLEASE NOTE: We will not reply to repeat prescription requests unless we have any questions.Your prescription will be ready within 3 working days.

For enquiries regarding new patient registrations please contact: registration.cityway@nhs.net

For enquiries relating to referrals please contact: secretary.cityway@nhs.net

For enquiries relating to reports, forms, Medicals and private certificates please contact reports.cityway@nhs.net

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Please note: This page is for imformation purposes only, if you have a complaint please follow the normal compaints procedure.


 

9th July 2021

What restrictions will look like at City Way Medical Practice after 19th July 2021

 

For the time being there will be no changes here at the practice. Patients coming to the surgery will still need to wear a mask, use the hand sanitiser and socially distance. Our staff will also continue to wear appropriate PPE.

 

We have made this decision as often patients coming to the surgery are sick, vulnerable and maybe unvaccinated due to medical reasons, so we feel that these precautions will help to protect everyone. We also need to minimise the number of our staff catching Covid so we can keep a functioning service, so for this reason alone these measures are vital.

 

Our consultations will continue, these might be offered as face to face, by phone or by video. All appointments will continue to be triaged by a Clinician and we will invite patients in for face to face consultations when clinically needed. It is worth noting that we are consulting with higher numbers of patients than we ever did before the pandemic. Our doors are still open but just in a different way.

 

Unfortunately we still cannot fully open the waiting room. There is not adequate ventilation. We do not have windows that open and we are not be able to leave the door open because we will not be able to control the number of patients who enter the building.  

 

We hope you will understand why we need to continue with these measures and keep the surgery as safe for everyone as we can.

We have all come so far in trying to minimise the impact of Covid, let’s continue to stay safe together. 

Practice News
  • 04Sep 2020

    Inappropriate Behavior

    It has been reported that a number of patients have been kicking the front door, bashing the front window and also continuously holding their finger on the buzzer until a receptionist comes to the window. This behaviour is completely unacceptable and it will result in a written warning. Any further instances of this behaviour could see you removed from our practice list under our zero tolerance policy.

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  • 16Jul 2020

    Face Mask Exemption

    The British Medical Association has advised GP Practices that the most recent Government guidance suggests there is no requirement for evidence for exemption. It should be sufficient for patients to declare that they are eligible for an exemption directly with the person questioning them (eg. the bus driver).

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  • 24Jun 2020

    Reception

    We are now experiencing a large number of patients queuing outside the practice to speak to reception. Although we are open we are not allowing patients in the practice unless they have a booked appointment. We are still in a pandemic and we will not be opening our doors until we are told it is safe to.

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Information from the Care Quality Commission

Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety.

This widget provides a summary of the results of the latest checks carried out by the CQC.

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