Queen Annes Dental Practice
4 Queen Annes,
(t) 01237 472159
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A ground floor surgery is available for the use of patients with wheelchairs. A prior arrangement is required to ensure this surgery is available so please mention this when booking your appointment.
HOW TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Consultations and treatment are by appointment.
The reception is open from 8.45am until 12.45pm and again from 1.45pm until 5.00pm every weekday.
Additionally, a receptionist is on duty until 6.00pm on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and from 8.15 on Friday mornings.
If you are unable to attend an appointment please give reception as much notice as possible so that another patient may benefit from the space created.
If you have an emergency outside of normal surgery hours then please ring the practice number (01237 472159) and details of emergency cover will be given by recorded message. Please do not leave a message on the answering machine as these are not recorded.
Please note:- A charge may be made for an emergency recall to open the surgery out of working hours.
YOUR MEDICAL HISTORY
When you first attend the practice as a new patient you will be asked to fill in a confidential medical questionnaire. It is important for your own safety that your dentist knows full details of your medical health and details of any drugs that you are taking as this can affect the dental treatment that you receive.
Following this initial appointment and likewise, for existing patients of the practice, you will be asked to update this medical history at regular intervals so that we are aware of any changes in your health and medication as they take place.
2018 - DATA PROTECTION
The law regarding how we store and use your data is changing!Your signed consent is required in order that we may contact you for the following reasons:
To remind you of your next appointment
To change your appointment
To send and newsletters
To forward any promotional information
If you do not wish to consent to all of the above, please let reception know which ones.
FAILURE TO ATTEND APPOINTMENTS
NHS Patients should be aware that if they fail to attend or cancel 2 appointments without the required 24 hours notice, their NHS eligibility with the practice will be lost and no future appointments made. This has been agreed with NHS England.
Private Patients may be charged for failing to attend their appointments.