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PPG Meeting Come along on Monday 15th July 2019- 9.30

Due to staff training the surgery will be closed from 12.30pm on Wednesday 19th June 2019. If you need urgent treatment during these hours ring NHS 111 free from a land line or mobile. If its an emergency please dial 999.

Surgery will re-open as normal Thursday 20th June 8:00 AM.

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Surgery will be closed on Wednesday 19th June 2019 from 12:30 for staff training, if you require URGENT care please dial 111, in a life Life-threatening emergency please dial 999.


Carers Week!

For more information click below

Carers News May to July 2019

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Connecting your care 

Connecting your care

What information will be shared?

The information shared will include:

  • Name, address and NHS number
  • Appointments and hospital attendances
  • Important medical history, including diagnoses, medicines and allergies
  • Test results, such as blood tests and x-rays

What information will not be shared?

Certain information is classified as highly sensitive and is restricted by law, such as sexual health, assisted conception and adoption records and this information will not be shared.

Is my information safe?

Information about you is protected under the Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulations 2016. This requires that health and social care professionals:

  • Can see information about you only so that they can provide you with the care that you need
  • Must keep your records secure
  • Have a duty of confidence

In addition, all organisations are governed by the General Data Protection Regulation 2016, which means they are responsible for your information and must keep it safe.

Information about you will not be shared with or sold to private companies.

Who will see the information about me?

Only the people directly involved in your care, at the time and place when you see them, or when they are preparing to see you or following up results, clinical letters or follow up care. This might be your GP or practice nurse, hospital doctors and nurses, along with administrators who might be arranging your appointments and care.


The CLOUD- I.T Group 

    • Do you need help using a computer/Laptop/Mobile/Tablet

    • would you like additional support Word/Excel

    • Do you want to know how to use the apple or google play store 

    • Download Apps

    • Send text messages/Save Contacts/Check Bus timing/MyGp/Facebook/Twitter/NHS Choices

    • These possibilities are endless 

    • Our PPG Members are happy to help, come along and sign up to our NEW Patient Group "Cloud" get online

    • To sign up please fill out a slip in reception

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PPG Meeting- Monday 15th July 2019 9.30 for networking meeting will start at 10.00

Come along and join us at our next meeting held here at the practice on

 Monday 15th July 2019- 9.30

refreshments will be provided


Online Access 

Get online access in 3 easy steps:

1. Bring in 2 forms ID

Photo ID & Proof of address 

2. Fill in online access form

3. Collect Login details 1 week latter

You must bring photo ID when collecting ID

https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/account/login?ReturnUrl=%2F


Free Wifi

Did you know? We offer free Wi-fi here at our surgery!

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MyGp-Access to Book Appointments 24hrs a day 7 days a week

Book Appointments directly from your mobile phone 24 Hours a day 7 days a week using the MyGP App 

After your Appointment please complete the NHS Friend and Family Test

https://www.ilovemygp.com/


Your Feedback your views

we are always looking for new ways we can improve our service, please give us your feedback Click on the link below

Go to NHS Choices homepage

http://www.nhs.uk/Services/GP/Overview/DefaultView.aspx?id=36720

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