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Patient Information

Christmas Opening Times

Please note our Christmas and New Year opening times by clicking on the Icon above

Prescriptions 

Please ensure you have enough medication to cover the holiday period, especially if going to visit family in other parts of the country.

The last day to request prescriptions to be ready by Friday 22nd December will be Wednesday 20th December and for prescriptions to be ready by Friday 29th December, patients would need to order by Wednesday 27th December.

When we are closed please call our usual number on 0207 935 6328 and your call will be diverted to our answering service where a call handler will triage your call. You can also call 111. Calls to this number are free.

 

Latest Newsletter

 

You can find the latest newsletter by clicking on the tab above

 

The PPG is a very active patient-led group, which meets every six weeks to discuss matters of concern to patients and to learn of developments and innovations planned by the Practice. The group is joined by one of the Partners and by the Practice Manager who all work jointly to improve patient services.

The PPG is also responsible for publishing the Health Centre Newsletter and for organising both the Open Day and the Health Fair. Representatives from the PPG also attend meetings at the Centre's Policy Forum and take part in the Practice's Centre Review held annually.

All patients are welcome to attend the PPG meetings and to become members of the PPG.

If you would like to have more information or to join the PPG please inform reception or Practice Manager who can pass on your details.

Terms of Reference

Actions from Customer Service Review

Communications Strategy

Patient Charter for further information please ask reception for a leaflet.

Health and Social Care Bill

Practice Based Commissioning

Survey Results and Action Plan March 2014

 

 

 
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