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Due to the increase of severity of the Coronavirus outbreak, Lancaster Medical Practice is screening ALL appointments booked.  It is important that you answer all questions honestly and accurately to ensure we provide you with the correct advice and treatment, and to protect our staff and other patients. 


To allow us to screen all our appointments, we have temporarily switched off some of our online booking facilities.  These services will resume in due course.  Appointments can be made by telephoning the practice. 


Please read the guidance below concerning Coronavirus.

Leaving the Practice

Moving to another UK GP Practice

If you are moving out of the catchment area for Lancaster Medical Practice or have decided to change to another GP Practice you will be required to register with the new practice.

Once you have registered with your new practice (regardless of where that practice is based within the UK), you will automatically be de-registered with Lancaster Medical Practice.  We will send your medical records to Primary Care Support England (PCSE) * for forwarding to your new practice. Please note this process can take up to 8 weeks.

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) the surgery is able to provide patients with a computer print-off from your clinical records and copies of any relevant medical letters should you be undergoing specific treatments at the time of leaving.

*PCSE operates as a partnership agreement between PCTs in the North West to deliver cost-effective high-quality administrative support services. For further information visit their website

Moving Abroad

Please inform us if you are moving abroad so we can update our records accordingly.

In accordance with GDPR the surgery is able to provide patients with a computer print-off from your clinical records and copies of any relevant medical letters should you be undergoing specific treatments at the time of leaving.



 
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