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Newsletter March 2016. Welcome to Catherine Street Surgery

 

We are in talks with Whitehaven Medical Centre owned by Dr Tom Ickes in merging the two practices, Whitehaven Medical Centre and Catherine Street surgery. Whitehaven Medical Centre is situated next door and has new up to date premises with  all consultations rooms on the ground floor for ease of access.We are hoping new and present patients registered at the practice will express their opinions/concerns and address them to the Practice manager Vivien king. Consultations are going ahead with NHS England and we will keep patients and nearby practices informed as the process unfolds.

Out Of hours

From 27th October 2015 18:30pm when the surgery closed the contact number for Out Of Hours will be changingto 111. You will be asked to replace the handset and ring 111. this will apply for bank holidays and training afternoon for the surgery.

why not add your comments and complete the Friends and family questionaire to give your responce.

We are looking for patients to join our newly formed Patient Participation Group. It is a virtual Group who corrospond by either E-mail , in person or by post if you would like to join then please complete the online form or pop into the surgery.

you can now book an appointment, view a summary of your medical records, immunisations, allergies and order your repeat prescritons online. Click on the online services on the right hand side to and follow the instructions.If you would like to view your coded details in your health records then please ask at reception

Your named GP at the surgery is Dr Judith spencer who will be responsible for all your health needs.

Dr Ronald Proudfoot is back working at the practice on a part-time basis.

Results from our CQC visit in November- we were graded overall os Good. to see the full report log onto to CQC website.

(Site updated 26/03/2016)
For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
 
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