We hope you find this website both useful and informative.
We welcome any comments or suggestions about this site, or how it can be improved.
HAVE YOU RECENTLY
RETURNED FROM WEST AFRICA (or been in contact with someone who has)?
As a precaution against any infectious diseases, such as Ebola, if you have recently returned from any West African state, or have been in contact with someone else who has, including (but not limited to) Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone & Nigeria then please:
DO NOT COME DOWN TO THE SURGERY
If you are unwell GIVE US A CALL
As a precaution against any infectious diseases, such as Ebola, phone us and then wait until a clinician can call you back to assess you over the phone.
Out of Hours please call 111
Thank you for your co-operation.
Patients who are eligible will have received letters inviting them to attend for their annual "flu" vaccination. As last year was so successful the same format will apply this year. The second session will be held in the Surgery waiting room (Pudding Pie Lane) on Saturday 1st November between 8.30-12.30. NO NEED to ring for an appointment just turn up. To help keep waiting to a minimum please wear loose fitting clothes (particularly have easy access to your arms). Car parking is slightly limited so if you can share a car so much the better.
We look forward to seeing you if you have not already been vaccinated this year.
If you are housebound and thus unable to make it to the Surgery please let one of our reception team know.
Parents of those eligible under the age of 18 years will shortly receive letters inviting them to attend a special afternoon session on Thursday 23 October 2.30 to 6pm As with the Saturday session there is NO NEED to ring for an appointment merely attend the surgery between these times. These vaccinations will take place in the nurses area.
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Repeat Prescriptions - Online Requests - the simple method for those of you who have access to the internet
If you are visiting the Practice please ask the receptionist/dispenser to print off your EMIS Access details, by entering these via the PatientAccess tab on this page you will asked some security questions and will then be given your own ID number which together with your password you can use for ordering repeat medicatons and booking appointments to see the doctor. Please allow 24 hours for your initial registration to become live.
If you experience difficulties with this, members of the reception or dispensing staff will be happy to help you.
Please note we have phased out our email facility to order prescriptions in favour of the EMIS Access method which is far more secure.
Remember you can also request your Repeat Prescription by Fax to: 01934 854751 or even better, simply hand back the counterfoil, with repeat items ticked, to the dispenser as you collect your prescription - it will then be ready for collection in a month's time - what could be easier!
Please note that we cannot accept verbal requests by phone.
We warmly welcome Dr Natasha Ward who joins the Practice as a salaried GP replacing Dr Sarah Pedrazzini who has recently moved out of the area with her family. Dr Ward will be seeing patients on Monday / Tuesday and Wednesday mornings and afternoons.
From November 2013 NHS England will be utilising patient data from GP practices for the new care.data service.
The aim of care.data is to improve healthcare by increasing the availability of timely and accurate data to allow services to be better designed for patients. Patient data will be combined with information from other care settings such as hospitals with the intention of improving healthcare overall and to aid research. Click here for further details.
|The NHS - changes, pressures....|
..and what it means for patients. There is a lot going on in the NHS, especially in England. You may have heard or read about some of the changes and pressures the service is facing.
We want to make sure you have the full story and know how to have your say.
This guide pulls together key information, provides links to other useful sites, and explains what the British Medical Association, representing UK doctors and medical students, think about it all.
Read More about what is happening in the NHS.
|New website for Mobile Phones and Tablets|
We now have a mobile version of our Practice website.
If you use a smart phone such as an Apple iPhone, Google Android or Blackberry, or a Tablet computer you will probably be directed to the mobile version first.
If you still wish to see the desktop version of the Wrington Vale Medical Practice website there is a link at the foot of each mobile website page.
|On-line Appointment Booking and Repeat Prescriptions|
Whether you are at home or work you can quickly log on to view, book and cancel appointments and order repeat prescriptions via the internet. Available 24 hours a day, it's especially useful when the practice is closed or telephone lines are busy.
Ask one of the reception or dispensing staff to print off your EMIS Access details so that you can register to become one of the growing number of patients who use this service.
|Patient Reference Group|
Did you know we have a Patient Reference Group?
The purpose of the Wrington Vale Medical Practice PRG is to help us access and use your ideas for new projects, and gaining your views as to how the practice can improve and develop.
Click here for further information.
|Surgery Opening Hours|
|Monday||8.00am - 6.30pm|
|Tuesday||6.30am - 6.30pm||Extended|
|Wednesday||8.00am - 6.30pm|
|Thursday||8.00am - 6.30pm|
|Friday||8.00am - 6.30pm|
|Dispensary Opening Hours|
|Monday||8.30am - 6.30pm|
|Tuesday||8.30am - 6.30pm|
|Wednesday||8.30am - 6.30pm|
|Thursday||8.30am - 6.30pm|
|Friday||8.30am - 6.30pm|
Open Access: Ring 01934 852906 between 8am and 11.45am.The Surgery is closed for training from 1.30pm on the 3rd Wednesday monthly. Duty doctor available for emergencies.
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