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Latest news 

Flu Clinics

We will be holding our Flu Vaccination Clinics on Saturday 30th September and Saturday 7th October, if you are eligible for a flu vaccine you will have been sent a letter.  Please bring this letter with you when you attend.  If you are unable to make either of the Saturday morning Clinics then you can book in to one of our catch up Clinics or receive it when you attend the Surgery for a pre-booked appointment with your GP or nurse. 

Examinations and sickness certificates

It should be noted that GPs do not provide sick notes for schoolchildren. When children are absent from school owing to illness, schools may request a letter from a parent or guardian, and this is no different during an exam period. However, children who have missed exams due to illness are frequently told by schools that a note from a doctor is required; but this cannot be provided by a GP. Aside from the fact that parents/guardians are responsible for excusing their children from school, GPs cannot provide retrospective sickness certification. When a child suffers from a long-term condition, any certification will be provided by the responsible specialist.
GPC has sought and received confirmation from the Office of the Qualifications and Examinations Regulator that Awarding Organisations make no requirement for pupils to obtain a medical certificate in support of their application for special consideration. Students are asked for information in support of their application, but this may take the form of a statement by the school. The Joint Council for Qualifications has confirmed that as far as they are concerned, if a student was absent from an examination as a result of illness and has the support of the school or centre to be absent, special consideration will be granted on that basis. Awarding organisations do not insist that medical proof is provided.

Meningitis vaccination

Were you born or know someone born between 1st September 1998 and 31st August 1999?  You are now eligible for your MenACWY vaccination which helps protect you from four types of meningitis and blood poisoning - Men A, C, W, and Y.  Contact us now to book an appointment. 

Getting the MenACWY vaccine and knowing the symptoms of meningitis could save your life. 

Fail to attends

In August we had 74 patients fail to attend their appointment.  If you are unable to attend your appointment even at short notice, please do always let us know so we can utilise the time for patients in need.  You can cancel your appointment by either clicking the "cancel my appointment" link at the bottom of this page, email us on VOYCCG.B82077-Kirkbymoorsidesurgery@nhs.net or telephone us on 01751 431254.  We are always looking at ways in which we can reduce this number.  We have now replaced our telephone system and you can press option 2 to cancel your appointment.  We are looking into patients being able to text us back when they receive a text reminder.  If you have any ideas that you think may help reduce this number please do contact us. 

Shingles vaccinations

Between 1st September 2017 and 1st April 2018. Who is eligible?  Current age 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 78 or 79.  If you were born after 1/9/1942 and you are 75 then you are eligible but if you were born before 2/9/1942 then you will become eligible on your 78th birthday.  Please contact us to book an appointment for your shingles vaccination.   

CQC Inspection

We had our CQC inspection in May 2016 and were rated good.  You can find the full report by clicking here 

New telephone system

Our new telephone system has gone live.  All telephone numbers will remain the same but please do listen carefully as the options have changed. Our new system has four options press 1 for medical life threatening emergencies, press 2 to cancel an appointment (this will be a voicemail service), press 3 for appointments and enquiries and 4 for repeat prescriptions.  The new system will allow us to deal with calls more effectively.  Please do let us know of any problems you experience with our new system. 

 

Important notice

You may have received details via post for a company called Pharmacy2U with our details listed.  Please note we do not endorse this company.  The letter does state in small print "Your own doctor has not given us your name and address for this letter and has not approved this communication".

Information for teenagers

Please remember we offer a confidential service to everyone including under 16's.  This means we DO NOT discuss the conversations you have with us with anyone else.  You DO NOT need to tell the receptionist why you need to see a Doctor or Nurse.  You are welcome to bring a friend or relative to your appointment or you can come by yourself if you prefer.  You DO NOT have to sit in the main waiting area but can ask to wait somewhere more private. 

Access to medical records

You can now apply to view your medical records online.  We do ask you to come in to Surgery to read over the information leaflet and also complete an application form.  Click here for information leaflet and application form. 

GP Survey 2017

We would like to thank those patients who completed the GP Survey 2017 sent out by NHS England.  We are very pleased and proud of our results and continue to work hard to deliver the best patient care we can.  To see and compare our results to other practices please click here

Lose weight, drink less, move more?

Do you want to be able to be weighed at a time that suits you without being tied into a class?  Why not come along and use our Surgery Pod to weigh in at a time to suit you.  We recommend the NHS choices 12 week plan which you can access by clicking here or we have printed copies in Reception.  Look out for our healthy eating display coming soon to the waiting room. 

Why not make it a joint effort and bring along your friends or family. The Pod is available to use from 8am to 7pm Monday and Tuesday and 8am to 6pm Wednesday - Friday. 

Surgery Pod

The Surgery pod is located in the main waiting room.  We would encourage you to use the pod ahead of your appointment to check your blood pressure, weight, answer any relevant questionnaires and more.  The information can be sent straight to your medical record for the clinician to view therefore allowing the clinician more face to face time with you. 

Or why not drop in regularly and use the pod, no appointment is necessary and you can keep an eye on your blood pressure, weight etc.  The pod is user friendly and staff are more than happy to guide you through how to use the pod. 

Your prescription

We have now moved to an electronic prescription service known as EPS, which means we can send your prescription electronically to a Pharmacy of your choice.  If Towlers Chemist already collect your prescription on your behalf we will send this to them electronically now in most cases.  Please note there are a small number of medications which cannot be sent electronically and may still have to be printed out in paper form.  Please contact your local pharmacy for more information or click here

Online appointments

Did you know that all our routine GP appointments are available to book online.  If you would like a username and password to be able to book appointments, order prescriptions, cancel appointments and much more 24 hours a day, 365 days a year then please contact reception (please note you will need to attend the Surgery in person to receive this information). 

Patient participation group (PPG)

For a summary of the actions we have taken after feedback from your PPG please have a look at Patient Group- notes from meetings.

Text messaging

We will send you text messages to confirm your appointment and remind you of your appointment if you provide us with your mobile number.  We can also send you messages from your GP if you complete one of our consent forms.  Please call in to reception and complete our consent form for this useful service.   

Statement of intent

New contractual requirements came into force from 1st April 2014 requiring that GP Practices should make available a "statement of intent" in relation to the following IT developments.

  • Summary Care Record (SCR)
  • GP to GP record transfers (GP2GP)
  • Patient online access to their GP medical record

The same contractual obligations require that we have a "statement of intent" regarding these developments in place and publicsed by 30th September 2014.  Please click here for our statement of intent. 

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