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Patient Reference Group

Welcome to Greenfield Medical Centre.This website is used to present our patients with up to date news and information about our practice. As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and services that we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other related information.Please have a look at our website and do send us some feedback. We could use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the contents of this site.

APPOINTMENT NEWS:

After the success of being able to provide additional appointments during January, February and March 2015 to alleviate Accident & Emergency pressures.  The practice is delighted to advise our patients that we are able to continue to provide this throughtout April.

EBOLA PRECAUTIONS

Dear Patients,

If you have travelled from WEST AFRICA within the last 21 days and have symptoms of a TEMPERATURE, DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY.  Instead TELEPHONE the surgery clearly stating that you have travelled and your symptoms.

 

 

PLEASE SEE CARE DATA LINK OPPOSITE FOR "HOW INFORMATION 

ABOUT YOU HELPS US TO PROVIDE BETTER CARE."

 

The Next meeting for the Patient Participation Group will be held on May 2015.

Our Patient Participation Group Annual Report is now ready to view. Please click on the link to view the report: - PPG ANNUAL REPORT MARCH 2015.docx

Access to your records

You can access your clinical records at any time if you are registered with Emis Patient Access. 

Click here to access

 

Friends & Family Test, Please see the Friends & Family Test under Practice Information tab above, this will give you the opportunity to provide some feedback about our practice.

 
 
(Site updated 07/04/2015)
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