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Please scroll to the bottom of the page to the Covid-19 tab for all new coronavirus information.

Managing expectation:

You have an important part to play in helping us deliver the COVID vaccine to the priority groups:

please don’t contact the NHS to seek a vaccine, we will contact you;

when we do contact you, please attend your booked appointments;

and please continue to follow all the guidance to control the virus and save lives.


Principle Trial
The Lander Medical Practice is promoting the PRINCIPLE Trial

COVID-19 has affected the lives of everybody within the UK and the rest of the world. Finding safe and effective treatments has been the drive of researchers at the University of Oxford and right now, you have an opportunity to help. PRINCIPLE is a national priority trial to find treatments for COVID-19. We are looking for volunteers aged 65 or over, OR aged between 50 and 64 with an underlying health condition.

To be eligible to take part, you must be unwell with Covid-19 symptoms, and have had them for less than 14 days. No face to face visits are needed.

Please help us fight COVID-19 by visiting the PRINCIPLE website: PRINCIPLE TRIAL

Patient Information for Attending Appointments

We are still seeing patients at both Lander and Threemilestone Surgeries.

If you have an appointment at either surgery, we would be grateful if you could attend wearing a face covering, ie protective face mask or scarf.

If you are attending Threemilestone Branch Surgery, please ring the doorbell to gain admittance. Please do not arrive early for your appointment and queue outside.

We hope these measures will help you feel safe and protected when you are being seen.

If you have developed any symptoms suggestive of Covid-19, please do not attend for you appointment. Please call us first.

Many thanks

Message from Dr M Leigh - Senior Partner

All the Staff and Partners at Lander Medical Practice would like to thank all our patients for your support and understanding during this challenging time.  With the use of telephone triage, econsults, video consultations, NHS 111 and resources on
Lander Website, we are delivering a service with a focus on your urgent care, but we are still here to look after your ongoing health needs.

Should the number of coronavirus cases increase over the coming weeks we can reassure you we now have a service which we feel can provide you and your families with safe healthcare.

Please continue to follow the Government advice on social distancing.

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Thank you for your patience in what is a very difficult time at present.

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Please help us keep your health records up to date.  This information is necessary for any referrals that you may need. Without this information the referral management service will reject your referral and you will experience a delay. Please click on the photo below.

Many thanks for your help.

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View, book and cancel appointments
View and request medication
Answer questionnaires online
View a summary of the patient record

If you would like access to this new feature, you will need to download and fill in the application form available in the link and bring it to reception with two forms of ID (one must be photo ID).


You will be able to have access to a summary of your medical history, your prescription history and any recorded allergies.  However, to be able to do this you will need to update your access authority by visiting the surgery to present proof of identity before the appropriate access codes can be attached to your records.

The requirements:

Two forms of ID - one must be photo ID and one must have your current address - please note that a driving licence is considered as only one form of ID.

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