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DR ARNOLD LEAVING THE PRACTICE ( posted on Feb 1, 2016 )

The Clanfield Practice is sad to announce that Dr Arnold will be leaving the Practice at the end of March 2016.  Patients who would like to say farewell to Dr Arnold are welcome to join us on Tuesday 22 March at 1pm.  

 

The Practice will be joined by Dr Cheryl Owen from the beginning of April 2016.  Any patients currently registered with Dr Arnold will be transferred over to Dr Owen.  Unfortunately we are unable to transfer any of Dr Arnold's patients over to any of the other Partners.  

 

STOP PRESS - COMPUTER UPGRADE ( posted on Jan 4, 2016 )

The Practice will be changing the clinical computer system on 19 January 2016.  

 

For a one week prior and one week after the migration date we will have limited ability to prebook appointments and issue repeat prescriptions.  Please help us to help you by ensuring that you have requested all your repeat medication by Friday 8 January 2016.  

 

As with all new things, we will need time to adjust to the new system and we would ask that you are patient with us if we appear to be taking more time than usual.  

 

On-line booking/repeat prescription requests:  

 

Please note that all patients who use our internet on-line booking service wil find that this service will be suspended due to this computer upgrade.  We anticipate the new service to be available in February but will update the website and display posters when we have more information.   This will not affect your ability to order prescriptions via this website.  

SHINGLES IMMUNISATION CLINICS ( posted on Nov 17, 2015 )

If you are in the eligible groups please contact the Surgery to book an appointment. 

The Department of Health introduced the national shingles immunisation programme for people aged 70-79 to help protect those who are most at risk from shingles and its complications. 

Eligible groups are defined by age on 1 September 2015.  The vaccine is currently being offered to:

 

Those aged 70 on 1st September 2015


Those aged 78 on 1st September 2015


Those who were eligible in previous years of the programme retain their eligibility until their 80th birthday

 

- Patients aged 70 on 1st September 2013 who were not vaccinated in either 2013/14 or 2014/15

 

- Patients aged 78 on 1 September 2014 who were not vaccinated in 2014/15

 

Please visit:   http://www.shinglesaware.co.uk for further information.  

 

 


Information Leaflets available in ( posted on Nov 10, 2015 )

We have two very useful information leaflets available in the "Our Documents" section of the website.  

 

Treating Your Infection - Gives advice and guidance on how to treat yourself better when you have certain infections and when you should get help.  

 

Fever in Children - A fact sheet which helps you to know what's "normal" and what you can expect to happen if your child develops a fever.  It also tells you when you should become concerned and seek advice from a health professional.  

November 2015 Missed Appointments ( posted on Oct 5, 2015 )

A total of 39 GP appointments, 33 Nurse appointments, 13 Flu Clinic appointments and 6 Blood clinic appointments were missed in November.  This equates to 6.5 hours of GP time and 6.5 hours nurse time (including flu clinics). Please ensure that you let the Surgery know as soon as possible if you are unable to attend an appointment.  

We need your views to help us transform local NHS services ( posted on Aug 26, 2015 )

Local GP practices, Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust and South Eastern Hampshire CCG are working together to improve NHS services in your area.

 

Local people have told us that they want to see GPs and other health and social care staff working more closely together. They would also like to be able to access urgent GP appointments more easily, and to have the choice of convenient alternatives such as telephone and online consultations. Local people would also like IT services to be used more effectively so that their patient record is available to all of the professionals caring for them.

 

GP practices are now working together to see how they can transform local GP services and want to hear your views to help them in this work. You can share your views by completing a quick online survey.

Patient Participation Group ( posted on Mar 31, 2015 )


The Patient Reference Group Annual Report 2015 can be found in the 'Our Documents' section of this website.

Care.data / GPES (General Practice Extraction Service) ( posted on Oct 14, 2013 )

A new system for extracting anonomysed patient information has been set up by the Health and Social Care Information Centre on behalf of the Government. For details about this and the implications for patients and their care please read the leaflet in the 'Our Documents' section of the website. Care.data / GPES is a separate entity from the Summary Care Record and Hampshire Health Record which enable sharing of your non-anonomysed personal data.

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