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2018 Flu Clinics start in September

Flu Clinic dates    

Times and types of vaccines

Monday 10 September

1500 – 1730 -           Over 75 years

Tuesday 11th September

1500 – 1730 -           Over 75 years

Monday 17 September

1500 – 1730 -         Over 75 years

Thursday 20th September

1500 – 1730 -         Over 75 years

Saturday 6th October

0900 – 1200 -     All adults

Monday 8th October

1730 – 1930 -       At risk under 65 years

Saturday 20th October

0900 – 1200 -       At risk under 65 years

Monday 22ndOctober

1730 – 1930 -       At risk under 65 years

Children flu vaccines 3.15pm to 5.15pm only - TBC

Monday 5th November

1730 – 1930 –     All adults

Children flu vaccines 3.15pm to 5.15pm only - TBC

Thursday 8th November

1730 – 1930-       All adults

Children flu vaccines 3.15pm to 5.15pm only - TBC

Saturday 10th November

0900 – 1200 -     At risk under 65 years)

Need to see a GP or Nurse between 6pm - 8pm Monday to Friday or on a Weekend?

Ask our staff to book an appointment for you. It may not be at our surgery but is in easy travelling distance.

Family and Friends Test

From 1 December 2014 it is a contractual requirement that all GP Practices implement the NHS Friends and Family Test (FFT). We believe it will help us understand how we need to improve and will be publishing the results in surgery as well as online.

FFT is a tool to allow people who use NHS services the opportunity to give feedback on their experiences. It has been implemented in Hospital Trusts since April 2013 and is now being implemented in GP Practices, Dental Practices and Community and Mental Health Trusts.

We would like to encourage you to complete the survey after each appointment which will give us a real picture of your views.

You can either go to the link http://makeusbetter.net/fft/whitleyroadmc/ or simply click on the link on our home page.

It does not replace the national GP patient survey so we will be getting our survey underway soon - watch this space!

Patient Participation Group - We need your views!

We are encouraging patients to give their views about how the practice is doing. We want to find out your opinions and how we improve our service to you. Join online or complete a form at reception. Watch this space for our next meeting date

How information about you helps us to provide better care..

Information about you and the care you receive is shared, in a secure system, by healthcare staff to support your treatment and care. If you are happy for your information to be shared you do not need to do anything. If you are not happy for your information to be shared, speak to your GP practice.

For more information please use the following link..

http://www.nhs.uk/NHSEngland/thenhs/records/healthrecords/Pages/care-data.aspx 

You can now book your appointments online, cancel your appointments, register as a new patient and order your repeat medication.

You can also view aspects of your medical record online.

www.patient.co.uk 

Simply follow the link above to get started.

Forgotton your appointment? Would you simply like a reminder of the date and time? Why not sign up to our text messaging service.

All you need to do is ensure our reception staff have your mobile number and we will send you a text the night before your appointment to remind you.

Electronic repeat dispensing

We work with our local pharmacists to provide you with a much improved service for obtaining your repeat prescriptions. Its a service called Electronic Prescribing Service (EPS). It means that your repeat prescription will be managed between our GP's and the chemist electronically with no need for a paper prescription. Just ask your chemist if you would like to get your prescriptions this way.

Choose Well Campaign - Are you accessing the right services at the right time?

Use the following links to help you decide...

Survey results and action plan 2017

Practice Patient Survey 2017

2018 GP survey

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