Ask a Doctor a Question
Many of our usual procedures have been amended in response to the current Coronavirus pandemic. Please check our Coronavirus Updates page for the most up to date guidance.
The worldwide coronavirus situation is ongoing and developing daily. To ensure the extra workload generated is managed appropriately and to ensure our teams can concentrate on the delivery of front-line clinical services, Marlow Medical Group will currently not be issuing statements of fitness to fly/travel, or any other certificates requested in relation to travelling or otherwise related to current coronavirus situation; and, accordingly, travel is undertaken at risk and discretion of individual patients. We encourage any prospective travellers to closely monitor and follow national guidance that is published daily by the NHS England.
Vulnerable patients and those concerned about their ability to access food, medication and other resources should see Chapter 5 of our Coronavirus FAQs entitled “Help for Vulnerable Patients”. If you submit a query that is answered in our FAQs section you may not receive a response.
You can use this form to ask your doctor a question. Your question will be passed to an appropriate member of staff for a response. We aim to respond to all questions within two working days.
These requests will be distributed among the clinical staff on call that day unless you have requested a specific GP. Please be aware that if a GP is specifically requested we will do our best to accommodate this, however this may result in a turnaround time greater than 2 working days depending on their clinic dates.
For some clinical queries, you may get a faster response by using the AskNHS mobile app.
Please do not use this service for any urgent medical queries as this service is only monitored during practice working hours on a daily basis.
Please note: If you have an urgent medical query you should telephone the surgery or contact the out of hours service by calling 111.
Please do not use this form to request an appointment.