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Changes to Clinical System


The provider of our clinical system - EMIS Health, is changing certain technical aspects of the way in which it delivers services to us. This will not impact the delivery of services to patients but we wanted to let you know about the changes in case you have questions. Click Here for More Information


Have you received a letter from a pharmacy company? please click here for information that we think you should know
On average we lose 20 hours per month through patients not attending for their appointments, please cancel if you can no longer make your appointment.
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Practice Statement

OUR AIM IS TO:



    • Treat you with courtesy and respect.

    • Provide a service for both routine and emergency care of your health problems.

    • To involve you in shared decision-making relating to your illness, your treatment, and any referral that is necessary for a further opinion.

    • To keep information about your health confidential.

    • To respond to complaints you may make to the practice promptly.

    • To provide you with access to, or information from your health record held on computer or in file, subject to current legislation.



WE WOULD LIKE YOU TO:



    • Keep us informed about where you live and how you can be contacted if these details change.

    • Keep your booked appointments.

    • Contact us a soon as you can when there is a problem relating to your care or you have a complaint about our service.

    • Use the Out of Hours emergency service appropriately for genuine emergencies only.

    • Share your concerns if you are unclear or uncertain about any treatment that is offered to you.

    • Ask for a home visit only when you (or the patient you are responsible for), are unable to attend the surgery due to illness.

 
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