The Elms Practice
FLU CLINIC DATES TO DROP IN TO THE PRACTICE NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED ARE :
SATURDAY 26TH September : 8.30am to 1pm
SATURDAY 3rd October 8.30am to 1pm
PLEASE NOTE FLU INJECTIONS ARE FOR :
Patients 65 years and over and patients in the clinical group areas.
THERE WILL BE NO FLU LETTER REMINDERS SENT OUT THIS YEAR TO PATIENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE FOR INFLUENZA VACCINATIONS
Your named accountable GP is Dr A Krishnamurthy
Having a named GP does not prevent you seeing any other doctor's in the practice.
Your named GP will not be available at all times and if your needs are urgent you may need to discuss them with an alternative doctor.
Practice contact number is 01695 588710
Practice Fax number is 01695 588712
Out of hours number is 01695 574634 when the surgery is closed.
NHS direct telephone number is 111 for advice.
Practice Education Training days.
The practice will be closed once a month from 12.30pm - 8.30am the following day the dates of closure are as follows:
Please click here to view Friends & Family survey results
FRIEND & FAMILY SURVEY JULY 2015
How likely are you to recommend our GP practice to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment?
The figures below were taken from 42 patients, of different ages groups.
Extremely Likely Likely Neither likely/or Unlikely Unlikely Extremely Unlikely Don't know
22 16 2 1 1
Online via Patient Access - STARTING FROM THE 16TH JULY
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You will need to come into the surgery for a Password for Patient access online, please bring with you photo ID with your name and address on.
Appointment reminder if you would NOT like to receive a text message please let us know.
Online appointments will also be available.
EVER WONDERING WHY YOU’VE WAITED SO LONG FOR AN APPOINTMENT
The number of patients needing to see their GP is increasing, yet funding for general practice is falling year on year.
This means millions of patients are waiting a week or more to see their GP and the amount spent per patient is in decline.
Many GPs now fear that patient care will be put at risk and 71% are predicting that waiting times will get even worse.
To protect high quality services for all patients, the Royal College of GPs and the National Association for Patient Participation are campaigning for the govements of the UK to increase funding for general practice from 8.3% to 11% of the NHS budget by 2017
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HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE INFORMATION CENTRE
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