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**THE PRACTICE IS NOW OFFERING APPOINTMENTS WITH OUR MENTAL HEALTH PRACTITIONER WHO HAS JOINED OUR TEAM AT THE PRACTICE.  PLEASE BE AWARE THAT WHEN YOU CONTACT THE SURGERY TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT, YOU WILL BE ASKED WHAT YOU ARE COMING IN FOR SO THAT OUR RECEPTION TEAM CAN BOOK YOU IN WITH THE BEST PERSON TO HANDLE YOUR PROBLEM/SYMPTOMS.  SEE OUR PRACTICE STAFF PAGE (HEALTHCARE TEAM)**

Named GP

 NAMED GP FOR ALL PATIENTS

From 01 April 2015, ALL patients are allocated a "named" GP.  Your "named" GP is the same as your registered GP. You can find the name of your registered GP on your NHS Medical Card sent to you by NHS England.  If you have lost your NHS Medical Card or the registered GP on your NHS Medical Card is one of the doctors who have now retired, you can contact the surgery to ask who your registered/"named" GP is and one of our receptionists will be able to inform you of this.

The NHS England contract remains 'practice based' so overall responsibility for patient care remains an overall practice responsibility.  There is no condition for patients to see their "named" GP only.  Any of the doctors and nurses at the surgery are still responsible for delivering your care.

 



 
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