Coronavirus (COVID-19): As we remain alert, please remember to bring an appropriate face covering if you are visiting the practice.

If you or a member of your household have a new continuous cough, a high temperature or a loss in or change of your sense of smell or taste,
please DO NOT come to the GP surgery unless requested to do so by a member of our team. Instead, please self isolate immediately in case you have COVID 19.
You must use the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment and testing service or call 111 if you cannot get help online.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): As we remain alert, please remember to bring an appropriate face covering if you are visiting the practice.

Coronavirus (COVID-19): As we remain alert, please remember to bring an appropriate face covering if you are visiting the practice.

If you or a member of your household have a new continuous cough, a high temperature or a loss in or change of your sense of smell or taste,
please DO NOT come to the GP surgery unless requested to do so by a member of our team. Instead, please self isolate immediately in case you have COVID 19.
You must use the NHS 111 online coronavirus assessment and testing service or call 111 if you cannot get help online.

Coronavirus (COVID-19):

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Changes to Blood Tests - 26 August 2021

Currently there is a temporary national shortage of blood test bottles, which is expected to last until 17 September.

Unfortunately, this is affecting every healthcare service provider and we have been requested by NHS England to pause all non-urgent blood tests.

We will carefully assess all required blood tests to determine those that can be safely delayed. We will update patients when more information on the shortages changes. Thank you for your understanding and patience.

About Us

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About Us

Our NHS GP practices combine the best of traditional primary care with the benefits of modern technology. We have male and female GPs at each site supported by a highly trained multi-professional team that will take care of your health.

This page contains a wide range of information about us and the services available to our patients; scroll down to find out more

Our ethos is based upon 4 fundamental principles and all members of our team were involved in developing it:

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To provide the highest quality of care to all our patients regardless of their background.

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To treat every patient holistically- this means looking at social, psychological and physical reasons when trying to deal with their problems.

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To continuously strive to improve the quality of care we provide as a team by being a “learning organisation”. This means learning from both good and bad aspects of our practice and to identify learning needs based upon this.

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To be involved in the teaching and training of other health professionals such as medical students, Doctors, Nurses, Counsellors and physios.

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Statement of Purpose

Extract from our Care Quality Commission statement of purpose, outlining Our service aims and objectives.

We aim to:

  • Provide high quality world-class accessible healthcare

  • Innovate solutions responsive to patient needs

  • Invest in staff through structured coaching, leadership and training

  • Develop systems that provide the organisation with information on patient safety, patient experience,

  • clinical effectiveness, service performance and financial performance

  • Communicate Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

  • Ensure effective and safe prescribing

  • Identify risks and implementing strategies

  • Make our services accessible and convenient for all patient groups

  • Ensure services are appropriate and responsive to our patient needs

  • Involve patients in delivering or designing services

  • Commit to continued professional development and clinical governance

  • Regularly progress audits in health promotion and disease prevention

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Our Specialist Services and Clinics

Our NHS GP practices combine the best of traditional primary care with the benefits of modern technology. We have male and female GPs at each site supported by a highly trained multi-professional team that will take care of your health.
For many people, continuity of care with the same clinician is important. For others, fast access to the practice team is a priority.
Either way, we will support you to get the best care possible.
With Dr. iQ, we are enhancing access to our practice services. There is no need to call the practice or to wait in a queue.

A range of services are available at all of our GP practices:

Keeping Healthy

We offer the full range of NHS screening and preventative care programmes such as:
Flu and Pneumococcal immunisations, Cervical smears, Breast screening, Bowel screening, NHS health checks and Shingles vaccinations. We also work closely with local weight management and healthy living programmes for both adults and children.

Long Term Conditions

We use a range of healthcare professionals to provide high quality care for all long-term conditions including Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases and Hypertension. We provide of mix of face-to-face and virtual consultations to ensure you get access to convenient care and are better supported to
manage your health conditions.

Contraception and Sexual Health

We provide routine and emergency contraception. Our clinicians can discuss the range of contraceptive choices available to you. We also work closely with local sexual health clinics to ensure you get the most appropriate care and treatment while our nurses provide cervical and sexual health screening.

Pregnancy

It is important that you take good care of your own health and that of your unborn baby during pregnancy.
We will refer you to a local hospital of your choice for your antenatal care, and in most cases, you can refer yourself if you wish. We provide the full range of antenatal and postnatal care, and work closely with the community midwifery team to ensure you are well looked after during your pregnancy.

Child Health

We provide the full range of childhood immunisations and work closely with health visitors to ensure child development checks are completed on time.
We deliver consultations for your child either by video or in person at one of our practices that’s close to you.

Older Adults

We work closely with Age UK to provide coordinated care and help for our older adults. We provide proactive extended health checks with structured medication reviews for vulnerable older adults to ensure we can optimize your health. Where appropriate, we also provide home visits for patients who are
housebound.

Carers

We work in close partnership with local carer groups to offer support to patients of any age who have caring responsibilities for someone who is physically ill, frail, disabled or mentally unwell. This includes parents of children with learning or physical disabilities.
We offer all carers flexible appointments, seasonal flu vaccinations and an annual carer’s health check.

Medicines Management

Our team of practice pharmacists are responsible for the management of your medication. This involves the regular checking, monitoring and prompt processing of prescription requests. Medication reviews can be carried out virtually or in person with a focus on safe, high quality prescribing.

Our Staff

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Our Clinical Multidisciplinary Team

Our clinical team are multidisciplinary – this means we have a range of highly skilled and qualified clinicians working together with our GPs to deliver high quality support for you, our patients and carers.

When you have a face-to-face or telephone appointment, this may be with one of these clinicians. If you have an urgent problem that needs to be seen on the same day, we will aim to offer you a same-day appointment with an appropriate
clinician, please be prepared to advise our admin team about your issue to help us in helping you, thank you.

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Job Vacancies

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Statement of Purpose

Extract from our Care Quality Commission statement of purpose, outlining Our service aims and objectives.

We aim to:

  • Provide high quality world-class accessible healthcare

  • Innovate solutions responsive to patient needs

  • Invest in staff through structured coaching, leadership and training

  • Develop systems that provide the organisation with information on patient safety, patient experience,

  • clinical effectiveness, service performance and financial performance

  • Communicate Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

  • Ensure effective and safe prescribing

  • Identify risks and implementing strategies

  • Make our services accessible and convenient for all patient groups

  • Ensure services are appropriate and responsive to our patient needs

  • Involve patients in delivering or designing services

  • Commit to continued professional development and clinical governance

  • Regularly progress audits in health promotion and disease prevention

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Our Specialist Services and Clinics

Our NHS GP practices combine the best of traditional primary care with the benefits of modern technology. We have male and female GPs at each site supported by a highly trained multi-professional team that will take care of your health.
For many people, continuity of care with the same clinician is important. For others, fast access to the practice team is a priority.
Either way, we will support you to get the best care possible.
With Dr. iQ, we are enhancing access to our practice services. There is no need to call the practice or to wait in a queue.

A range of services are available at all of our GP practices:

Keeping Healthy

We offer the full range of NHS screening and preventative care programmes such as:
Flu and Pneumococcal immunisations, Cervical smears, Breast screening, Bowel screening, NHS health checks and Shingles vaccinations. We also work closely with local weight management and healthy living programmes for both adults and children.

Long Term Conditions

We use a range of healthcare professionals to provide high quality care for all long-term conditions including Asthma, COPD, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Diseases and Hypertension. We provide of mix of face-to-face and virtual consultations to ensure you get access to convenient care and are better supported to
manage your health conditions.

Contraception and Sexual Health

We provide routine and emergency contraception. Our clinicians can discuss the range of contraceptive choices available to you. We also work closely with local sexual health clinics to ensure you get the most appropriate care and treatment while our nurses provide cervical and sexual health screening.

Pregnancy

It is important that you take good care of your own health and that of your unborn baby during pregnancy.
We will refer you to a local hospital of your choice for your antenatal care, and in most cases, you can refer yourself if you wish. We provide the full range of antenatal and postnatal care, and work closely with the community midwifery team to ensure you are well looked after during your pregnancy.

Child Health

We provide the full range of childhood immunisations and work closely with health visitors to ensure child development checks are completed on time.
We deliver consultations for your child either by video or in person at one of our practices that’s close to you.

Older Adults

We work closely with Age UK to provide coordinated care and help for our older adults. We provide proactive extended health checks with structured medication reviews for vulnerable older adults to ensure we can optimize your health. Where appropriate, we also provide home visits for patients who are
housebound.

Carers

We work in close partnership with local carer groups to offer support to patients of any age who have caring responsibilities for someone who is physically ill, frail, disabled or mentally unwell. This includes parents of children with learning or physical disabilities.
We offer all carers flexible appointments, seasonal flu vaccinations and an annual carer’s health check.

Medicines Management

Our team of practice pharmacists are responsible for the management of your medication. This involves the regular checking, monitoring and prompt processing of prescription requests. Medication reviews can be carried out virtually or in person with a focus on safe, high quality prescribing.

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Our Clinical Multidisciplinary Team

Our clinical team are multidisciplinary – this means we have a range of highly skilled and qualified clinicians working together with our GPs to deliver high quality support for you, our patients and carers.

When you have a face-to-face or telephone appointment, this may be with one of these clinicians. If you have an urgent problem that needs to be seen on the same day, we will aim to offer you a same-day appointment with an appropriate
clinician, please be prepared to advise our admin team about your issue to help us in helping you, thank you.

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Patient Participation Group (PPG)

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How You Can Help Us

Be on time for your appointment.

Let us know early if you need to cancel your appointment so we can offer the appointment to someone else.

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Chaperone

If you would like a chaperone when you see the doctor or nurse, please feel free to bring someone with you, or ask at reception when making your appointment. If you attend an urgent appointment you will be asked to see whichever doctor is available.

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Home Visits

Please help us to help you and our other patients. Our doctors are able to see several patients in the surgery in the time it takes to do a single home visit. For this reason, we ask our patients to come to the surgery where required, and we also offer video and telephone consultations where appropriate.

However, we can visit you at home if you are:

terminally ill

housebound

severely ill and cannot be mobilised

We want to see patients as quickly as possible, and the best way is often to encourage them to come to the surgery, because your GP will have access to all your medical records, including those held on computer. There are also better facilities for examining and treating patients at the surgery.

Babies and small children should be brought to the surgery where we will do our best to see them promptly. If our reception staff are made aware that your child is particularly unwell, they will do everything they can to ensure that you are not kept waiting unnecessarily to see the GP.

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Transport/social problems –We cannot undertake home visits for reasons of convenience or lack of transport .We will be happy to provide you with details of local taxi firms. From experience we find that relatives, neighbours or friends are often willing to help out.

Our responsibility to you is to resolve the medical problem you have; your responsibility is to take all the reasonable steps you are able to, to enable us to do that.

Please request visits before 10am whenever possible as this allows the GP to plan their day accordingly. Late requests often lead to disruption of the appointment system and excessive waiting times for others.

A doctor/nurse will call you back on most occasions to assess your problem. This is to enable the GP to prioritise visits.

It may be that your problem can be dealt with by telephone advice, or that it would be more appropriate to send a nurse or indeed arrange a hospital attendance. It also prepares the GP to collect some information required as necessary for the visit

The GP may ask you to come to the surgery, where you will be seen as soon as possible. We would like to stress that no patient in serious and definite need of a home visit will be refused.

In the past, GPs were able to routinely follow up home visits. Sadly, pressures of time and more patients needing attention means this is usually no longer possible.

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Some problems such as severe chest pains or shortness of breath are medical emergencies and you will be advised to dial 999.

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Interpreter

If you require an interpreter either call or come into the surgery and we will be happy to arrange the service. The service covers a large range of languages, but you must inform us at least three days before your appointment.

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How You Can Help Us

Be on time for your appointment.

Let us know early if you need to cancel your appointment so we can offer the appointment to someone else.

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Chaperone

If you would like a chaperone when you see the doctor or nurse, please feel free to bring someone with you, or ask at reception when making your appointment. If you attend an urgent appointment you will be asked to see whichever doctor is available.

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Home Visits

Please help us to help you and our other patients. Our doctors are able to see several patients in the surgery in the time it takes to do a single home visit. For this reason, we ask our patients to come to the surgery where required, and we also offer video and telephone consultations where appropriate.

However, we can visit you at home if you are:

terminally ill

housebound

severely ill and cannot be mobilised

We want to see patients as quickly as possible, and the best way is often to encourage them to come to the surgery, because your GP will have access to all your medical records, including those held on computer. There are also better facilities for examining and treating patients at the surgery.

Babies and small children should be brought to the surgery where we will do our best to see them promptly. If our reception staff are made aware that your child is particularly unwell, they will do everything they can to ensure that you are not kept waiting unnecessarily to see the GP.

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Transport/social problems –We cannot undertake home visits for reasons of convenience or lack of transport .We will be happy to provide you with details of local taxi firms. From experience we find that relatives, neighbours or friends are often willing to help out.

Our responsibility to you is to resolve the medical problem you have; your responsibility is to take all the reasonable steps you are able to, to enable us to do that.

Please request visits before 10am whenever possible as this allows the GP to plan their day accordingly. Late requests often lead to disruption of the appointment system and excessive waiting times for others.

A doctor/nurse will call you back on most occasions to assess your problem. This is to enable the GP to prioritise visits.

It may be that your problem can be dealt with by telephone advice, or that it would be more appropriate to send a nurse or indeed arrange a hospital attendance. It also prepares the GP to collect some information required as necessary for the visit

The GP may ask you to come to the surgery, where you will be seen as soon as possible. We would like to stress that no patient in serious and definite need of a home visit will be refused.

In the past, GPs were able to routinely follow up home visits. Sadly, pressures of time and more patients needing attention means this is usually no longer possible.

999-108x77 (1)

Some problems such as severe chest pains or shortness of breath are medical emergencies and you will be advised to dial 999.

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Interpreter

If you require an interpreter either call or come into the surgery and we will be happy to arrange the service. The service covers a large range of languages, but you must inform us at least three days before your appointment.

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Practice Policies

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Forms and Letters

Private Health Insurance Claim forms, Insurance certificates for continued sickness, Travel Insurance Claim forms, Fitness to travel, Community Care application, etc

Please ask for advice from reception if you have a form that you think the doctor needs to fill in. You may be asked to leave it at reception and collect it at a later date. A charge will be made for forms that are not covered by the NHS (view our price list). Please do not ask a doctor to fill in a form or write a letter during surgery as this causes delays for other patients.

Letters regarding housing will not be written except at the formal request of the housing department or housing association. The doctors DO NOT sign passport forms or driving licence applications.

IMPORTANT: read our guidance on Letters and Reports before you book an appointment.

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Practice News

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Practice Policies

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Forms and Letters

Private Health Insurance Claim forms, Insurance certificates for continued sickness, Travel Insurance Claim forms, Fitness to travel, Community Care application, etc

Please ask for advice from reception if you have a form that you think the doctor needs to fill in. You may be asked to leave it at reception and collect it at a later date. A charge will be made for forms that are not covered by the NHS (view our price list). Please do not ask a doctor to fill in a form or write a letter during surgery as this causes delays for other patients.

Letters regarding housing will not be written except at the formal request of the housing department or housing association. The doctors DO NOT sign passport forms or driving licence applications.

IMPORTANT: read our guidance on Letters and Reports before you book an appointment.

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Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.

CQC monitors, inspects and regulates services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and publish what they find to help people choose care

Falmouth Road Group Practice was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 15 June 2018 – find out more about the award.

Queens Road Surgery was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 8 September 2017 – find out more about the award.

Silverlock Medical Centre was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 5 June 2017 – find out more about the award.

The Lister Practice was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 12 December 2019 – find out more about the award.

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Care Quality Commission (CQC)

Care Quality Commission (CQC) is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. They make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve.

CQC monitors, inspects and regulates services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and publish what they find to help people choose care

Falmouth Road Group Practice was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 15 June 2018 – find out more about the award.

Queens Road Surgery was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 8 September 2017 – find out more about the award.

Silverlock Medical Centre was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 5 June 2017 – find out more about the award.

The Lister Practice was rated Good with Outstanding features by CQC on 12 December 2019 – find out more about the award.

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Investors in People Accreditation

As an organisation we take great pride in training and developing all of our staff. We believe in nurturing our employees, supporting them to realize their potential and to be part of the success of the organisation.

We are passionate about inspiring managers and leaders who offer consistent approach, motivation and satisfaction to staff. Our Investors in People accreditation demonstrates our commitment to improvement in service delivery through development of all employees within our organisation.

Investors in People is a management framework for high performance through people, and is recognised across the world as a mark of excellence.

More about IIP.

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Teaching Practice

Practice are accredited as a Teaching Practices by the School of General Practice (also known as the London Deanery). We train F2 Doctors along with final year and year 4 students.

We regularly have medical students either sitting in and observing a GP or seeing patients while being supervised by one of our GPs.

If you prefer not to have a medical student during your consultation then please speak to one of our reception staff members.

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Named Accountable GP

We have allocated a Named Accountable GP for all of our registered patients. New patients joining us will be advised of their Accountable GP at the point of registration. If you do not know who your named GP is, please ask a member of our reception team.

What is a ‘Named Accountable GPs’ role?

A named accountable GP takes responsibility for the coordination and delivery of all appropriate patient services required (based on the clinical judgement of the named accountable GP). Additionally, if a third party requests your GPs information, this is the GP name that you would give.

Does the requirement mean 24 hour responsibility for patients?

No. The named GP will not:

Be indirectly responsibility for the work of other doctors or health professionals.

Have 24 hour responsibility for the patient or have to change their working hours. The requirement does not imply personal availability for GPs throughout the working week.

Be the only GP or clinician who will provide care to that patient.

Do patients have to see the named GP when they book an appointment with the practice?

No. Patients can and should feel free to choose to see any GP or nurse in the practice in line with current arrangements. However, some patients may prefer to see their named GP for continuity of care.

What does this mean for patients with complex healthcare need

If you require a care plan, your named GP would be responsible for ensuring this is created with you and reviewed appropriately.

Can patients continue to see their preferred GP if different to their named GP?

Yes, this does not have to change. Please continue to make appointments with your preferred GP.

Can patients change their named GP?

Having a named GP different to your preferred GP will not restrict your care in any way. However, if you would like to request that your named GP be changed please put this in writing addressed to the Practice Manager.

Please speak to a member of our staff if you require further information.

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Freedom of Information

We respect the public’s right to know how public services are organised and run. You can find our Publication Scheme on the Freedom of Information website.

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Patient Confidentiality

All of our practice staff are aware of the importance of confidentiality. We train staff on all aspects of confidentiality with respect to both manual and electronic health records. We keep all your health information confidential and secure in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018, and have a legal responsibility to keep confidential held about you confidential.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and Access to Health Records Act, patients may request to see their medical records. Such requests should be made through the practice manager and no charge administered. No information will be released without the patient’s consent unless we are legally obliged to do so. A request by a patient, or a request by a third party who has been authorised by the patient, for access under the GDPR (and DPA 2018) is called a subject access request (SAR).

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Investors in People Accreditation

As an organisation we take great pride in training and developing all of our staff. We believe in nurturing our employees, supporting them to realize their potential and to be part of the success of the organisation.

We are passionate about inspiring managers and leaders who offer consistent approach, motivation and satisfaction to staff. Our Investors in People accreditation demonstrates our commitment to improvement in service delivery through development of all employees within our organisation.

Investors in People is a management framework for high performance through people, and is recognised across the world as a mark of excellence.

More about IIP.

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Teaching Practice

Practice are accredited as a Teaching Practices by the School of General Practice (also known as the London Deanery). We train F2 Doctors along with final year and year 4 students.

We regularly have medical students either sitting in and observing a GP or seeing patients while being supervised by one of our GPs.

If you prefer not to have a medical student during your consultation then please speak to one of our reception staff members.

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Named Accountable GP

We have allocated a Named Accountable GP for all of our registered patients. New patients joining us will be advised of their Accountable GP at the point of registration. If you do not know who your named GP is, please ask a member of our reception team.

What is a ‘Named Accountable GPs’ role?

A named accountable GP takes responsibility for the coordination and delivery of all appropriate patient services required (based on the clinical judgement of the named accountable GP). Additionally, if a third party requests your GPs information, this is the GP name that you would give.

Does the requirement mean 24 hour responsibility for patients?

No. The named GP will not:

Be indirectly responsibility for the work of other doctors or health professionals.

Have 24 hour responsibility for the patient or have to change their working hours. The requirement does not imply personal availability for GPs throughout the working week.

Be the only GP or clinician who will provide care to that patient.

Do patients have to see the named GP when they book an appointment with the practice?

No. Patients can and should feel free to choose to see any GP or nurse in the practice in line with current arrangements. However, some patients may prefer to see their named GP for continuity of care.

What does this mean for patients with complex healthcare need

If you require a care plan, your named GP would be responsible for ensuring this is created with you and reviewed appropriately.

Can patients continue to see their preferred GP if different to their named GP?

Yes, this does not have to change. Please continue to make appointments with your preferred GP.

Can patients change their named GP?

Having a named GP different to your preferred GP will not restrict your care in any way. However, if you would like to request that your named GP be changed please put this in writing addressed to the Practice Manager.

Please speak to a member of our staff if you require further information.

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Freedom of Information

We respect the public’s right to know how public services are organised and run. You can find our Publication Scheme on the Freedom of Information website.

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Patient Confidentiality

All of our practice staff are aware of the importance of confidentiality. We train staff on all aspects of confidentiality with respect to both manual and electronic health records. We keep all your health information confidential and secure in accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018, and have a legal responsibility to keep confidential held about you confidential.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and Access to Health Records Act, patients may request to see their medical records. Such requests should be made through the practice manager and no charge administered. No information will be released without the patient’s consent unless we are legally obliged to do so. A request by a patient, or a request by a third party who has been authorised by the patient, for access under the GDPR (and DPA 2018) is called a subject access request (SAR).

Accidents & Emergencies, Out of Hours

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Important and useful numbers

District Nurses 020 3049 8317
Dulwich Health Visitors 0203 049 7287
Southwark Psychological Therapies 0203 228 2194
Southwark Community Mental Health 0207 525 2751
Guys & St Thomas Hospital
Main Switchboard
Early Pregnancy Unit
Antenatal Department
Minor Injuries Unit
Blood Tests
St Thomas’s Hospital A&E Department
0207 188 7188
0207 188 0864
0207 188 6862
0207 188 3879
0207 188 4778
0207 188 7188
Kings College Hospital
Main Switchboard
Early Pregnancy Unit
Antenatal Department
Breast Screening
Radiology Department
Family Planning
Maternity Helpline
King’s College Hospital A&E Department
The Haven
0203 299 9000
0203 299 3168
0203 299 3246
0203 299 1964
0203 299 3331
0203 299 5000
0203 299 138
0203 299 9000
0203 299 1599
University Hospital Lewisham 0208 333 3000
InHealth (Ultrasound’s, MRI’s etc) 0844 581 0301
Sexual Health Centre
Artesian Health Centre
138 Grange Road
London
SE1 3GF
0207 403 3618
British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) 0845 730 4030
Hearing & Sight Tests
Health-Call Services
For Sight
For Hearing
Home Visiting Optician
0845 601 7241
0845 644 5000
0800 030 4082
Samaritans (24 hours – 365 days a year) 0845 790 9090
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 0845 769 7555
Victim Support Southwark & Lambeth 0845 303 0900
Southwark Drug & Alcohol Services View their website
Southwark Carer Services View their website
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Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre

Silverlock Medical Centre is a Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.

Yellow fever is a serious viral infection that is spread by certain types of mosquito. It is mainly found in sub-Saharan Africa, South America and parts of the Caribbean. The yellow fever vaccine is given as a single injection and provides protection for 95-100% of those who have it. This protection lasts at least 10 years and may even be life-long.

Yellow fever vaccinations can only be given at designated centres. For a centre to become a designated yellow fever vaccination centre it must register with the appropriate authority and in England this is the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC). Silverlock Medical Centre is registered with NaTHNaC.

The yellow fever vaccination service is open to all patients of Silverlock Medical Centre and will be accessible to patients from other local AT Medics practices; Queens Road Surgery.

Silverlock Medical Centre advises all patients planning to travel to an area where they may be at risk of yellow fever to make sure they are vaccinated at least 10 days before making their trip.

Please complete a travel questionnaire and then arrange for two consecutive appointments (i.e. two appointments together) with one of our practice nurses. We recommend that this is done at least 8 weeks before you leave for your holiday. For registered patients only.

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Important and useful numbers

District Nurses 020 3049 8317
Dulwich Health Visitors 0203 049 7287
Southwark Psychological Therapies 0203 228 2194
Southwark Community Mental Health 0207 525 2751
Guys & St Thomas Hospital
Main Switchboard
Early Pregnancy Unit
Antenatal Department
Minor Injuries Unit
Blood Tests
St Thomas’s Hospital A&E Department
0207 188 7188
0207 188 0864
0207 188 6862
0207 188 3879
0207 188 4778
0207 188 7188
Kings College Hospital
Main Switchboard
Early Pregnancy Unit
Antenatal Department
Breast Screening
Radiology Department
Family Planning
Maternity Helpline
King’s College Hospital A&E Department
The Haven
0203 299 9000
0203 299 3168
0203 299 3246
0203 299 1964
0203 299 3331
0203 299 5000
0203 299 138
0203 299 9000
0203 299 1599
University Hospital Lewisham 0208 333 3000
InHealth (Ultrasound’s, MRI’s etc) 0844 581 0301
Sexual Health Centre
Artesian Health Centre
138 Grange Road
London
SE1 3GF
0207 403 3618
British Pregnancy Advisory Service (bpas) 0845 730 4030
Hearing & Sight Tests
Health-Call Services
For Sight
For Hearing
Home Visiting Optician
0845 601 7241
0845 644 5000
0800 030 4082
Samaritans (24 hours – 365 days a year) 0845 790 9090
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 0845 769 7555
Victim Support Southwark & Lambeth 0845 303 0900
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Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre

Silverlock Medical Centre is a Yellow Fever Vaccination Centre.

Yellow fever is a serious viral infection that is spread by certain types of mosquito. It is mainly found in sub-Saharan Africa, South America and parts of the Caribbean. The yellow fever vaccine is given as a single injection and provides protection for 95-100% of those who have it. This protection lasts at least 10 years and may even be life-long.

Yellow fever vaccinations can only be given at designated centres. For a centre to become a designated yellow fever vaccination centre it must register with the appropriate authority and in England this is the National Travel Health Network and Centre (NaTHNaC). Silverlock Medical Centre is registered with NaTHNaC.

The yellow fever vaccination service is open to all patients of Silverlock Medical Centre and will be accessible to patients from other local AT Medics practices; Queens Road Surgery.

Silverlock Medical Centre advises all patients planning to travel to an area where they may be at risk of yellow fever to make sure they are vaccinated at least 10 days before making their trip.

Please complete a travel questionnaire and then arrange for two consecutive appointments (i.e. two appointments together) with one of our practice nurses. We recommend that this is done at least 8 weeks before you leave for your holiday. For registered patients only.

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NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group

This practice is commissioned by NHS Southwark CCG:

NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group
PO BOX 64529
London
SE1P 5LX

Tel: 020 7525 0400
Web: www.southwarkccg.nhs.uk

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NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group

This practice is commissioned by NHS Southwark CCG:

NHS Southwark Clinical Commissioning Group
PO BOX 64529
London
SE1P 5LX

Tel: 020 7525 0400
Web: www.southwarkccg.nhs.uk

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Waldron Health Centre NHS Walk-In Centre

Waldron Health Centre, Amersham Vale, London, SE14 6LD
Tel: 020 3049 2370

Open every day, including bank holidays, 8.00am to 8.00pm.

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Average GP earnings

From April 2015, all GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (i.e. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at the practice for over six months. Alongside the mean figure, practices are required to publish the number of Full-time, Part-time and regular Locum GPs at the practice.


Falmouth Road Group Practice

The average pay for GPs working in Falmouth Road Practice in the last financial year was £60,642 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 1 part time GP and 2 Locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Queens Road Surgery

The average pay for GPs working in Queens Road Surgery in the last financial year was £64,502 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 4 part time GPs and 1 Locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Silverlock Medical Centre

The average pay for GPs working in Silverlock Medical Centre in the last financial year was £71,080 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 4 part time GPs and 2 Locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

The Lister Practice

Average GP earnings for The Lister Practice are currently unavailable.

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Waldron Health Centre NHS Walk-In Centre

Waldron Health Centre, Amersham Vale, London, SE14 6LD
Tel: 020 3049 2370

Open every day, including bank holidays, 8.00am to 8.00pm.

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Average GP earnings

From April 2015, all GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (i.e. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at the practice for over six months. Alongside the mean figure, practices are required to publish the number of Full-time, Part-time and regular Locum GPs at the practice.


Falmouth Road Group Practice

The average pay for GPs working in Falmouth Road Practice in the last financial year was £60,642 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 1 part time GP and 2 Locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Queens Road Surgery

The average pay for GPs working in Queens Road Surgery in the last financial year was £64,502 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 4 part time GPs and 1 Locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Silverlock Medical Centre

The average pay for GPs working in Silverlock Medical Centre in the last financial year was £71,080 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 4 part time GPs and 2 Locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

The Lister Practice

Average GP earnings for The Lister Practice are currently unavailable.

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