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Improved access appointments now available - see News section for more details.

From Tuesday 7th May 2019- We will be starting a Nurse Practitioner Triage System which means all requests for a same day emergency appointment will result in a call back from the Nurse Practitioner to triage and book the most appropriate appointment for you.

Download the free MJOG app for secure, two-way communication with Lansdowne Surgery.

If you are registered patient with us over the age of 16 and have a smart phone, download the free MJOG app today!

MJOG provides a simple and secure channel for two-way communications between the Practice and you, including:

  • Handy appointment reminders
  • Instant notifications from their GP Practice
  • One-click process for cancelling their appointments
  • Private and secure messaging

MJOG can be downloaded from the App Store, or Google Play. It’s really easy to use and has no hidden messaging costs.

Please ensure that we have your up to date contact details.

You can now book appointments, order medication and access some elements of your medical record through SystmOnline, if you have registered at Reception for this service.  

Please go to Quick Links and choose Online Services - on the right hand side of the screen, to find out more about this service.  

If you now have a user name and password, click on 'SystmOnline' at the bottom left of the screen.

Clinical Research

bloodsamplesThe Lansdowne Surgery has an established Clinical Research Unit which regularly takes part in UK and international studies.These studies are varied.

All the studies taken on by The Lansdowne Surgery are chosen carefully so that the practice as a whole can benefit from the research.

The overall purpose of research is to constantly update treatments, further medical knowledge and allow new developments in medicines. It has not, however, been our policy to test new medications. All our studies to date have been investigating established and widely accepted patterns of treatment, with a view to adjusting existing guidelines, depending on the test results.

We are currently involved with studies looking at tinnitus and asthma.

If you are asked to take part in any research, an information pack will be given to you. We would not use any patient details without their prior consent or knowledge.

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