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We have recently introduced an improved text message reminder service. Under this system, you will receive text message reminders, sent to your mobile, to confirm and remind you of any appointments you have made. You may also receive occasional messages from us regarding particular campaigns that we may be running (e.g. seasonal ‘flu vaccinations).


If you do not already receive these messages and would like to do so, please ensure that you provide us with an up-to-date mobile number and that you remember to let us know if you change it.


If, on the other hand, you do not want to receive any text messages from us, then please just inform Reception.

Lincs Parent Carer Forum SEND Survey

If you are the parent or carer of a child with Special Educational Needs/Disabilities (SEND), please take a moment to complete the survey available from the link below.

Please print out the survey and then either email it or send it by post to the address shown on the survey. Alternatively, you can fill out an online version of the survey by going to the Lincolnshire Parent Carer Forum website -

SEND Survey

Accountable / Named GP

As required by the Government, under the terms of the latest GP contract, the practice has allocated all patients a named accountable GP.

You can ask at Reception or at your next appointment to find out which GP has been allocated to you and, if you would prefer a different named GP, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate your choice.

Please note, however, that having a ‘named GP’ does not in any way prevent or restrict you from seeing any other GP or nurse in the practice as you currently do. You can still see the doctor of your choice and your care will continue to be provided by the most appropriate member of the clinical team here at Liquorpond Surgery.

Please therefore continue to book appointments in the same way that you do now.

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