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Over at Church Street Medical Centre we have extremely big hearted GPs, though a little wacky!!!  Three of them have very kindly decided to raise money for Eastwood Memory Cafe with a totally amazing challenge.  I would be really grateful if you could share this with anyone and everyone you know, so we can hopefully reach the target set. 

 

Please see the following link:

 

https://mydonate.bt.com/events/racetothepyramids/461236

 

RACE TO THE PYRAMIDS

In order to support the amazing work of Eastwood Memory Cafe; we have set ourselves the challenge of collectively running the equivalent distance of Eastwood to The Pyramids of Giza, 2200 miles, by the end of 2018 and would love to raise the same number in £s - £2200!!!

Please support this fabulous charity which makes such a difference to those affected by dementia in our local area.

Feel free to keep nagging us to get those running miles in. We will give monthly updates with progress toward our target!

Dr Atkinson, Dr Scullard and Dr Homer
(GPs at Church Street Medical Centre)

Practice Merger

Please see below for further information.

In order to help us deal with the merger of the systems we would be grateful if patients would order their repeat prescriptions before the bank holiday Monday on the 28th May. If minimal prescription requests can be sent this week it will help us immensely and will save delays in processing. Thank you

 Church Street Medical Centre is Rated Outstanding by CQC!

We are pleased to announce  that the Practice has been rated "Outstanding" in our recent CQC inspection.  Only 194 GP practices in the Country have been given this rating and we are incredibly proud of all the Staff at the Surgery and our Patient Participation group for their contribution to the Practice.

 


 

Home Visits

We would ask if possible that patients do attend the surgery and that the home visiting service is reserved for those who are terminally ill or are completely house bound.

Home visits do take a long time and limit the number of patients we can see so do try to get to the surgery if you can. In general home visits are not as satisfactory as visits to the surgery given that the doctors do not have your full records available and only limited clinical equipment.

If transport is an issue there is usually somebody (a friend, a neighbour, a relative) who can give you a lift down in a car. Home visits are intended for those with a medical need, ie for those who are too ill to come to the surgery, not for those for whom it is inconvenient or who do not wish to use transport.

For those patients who struggle with their mobility we are happy for them to exit the car or taxi right at the main entrance although we ask not to park there or block access to the site for others.

Remember that we can see several people at the surgery in the time it takes to do one home visit. If you are too unwell to come to the surgery, it is helpful if you can phone for a visit before 10.00am so that the doctors can visit between surgeries.

1 Home visit =

4 lost face to face appointments

Please ensure a home visit is necessary.

 
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