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Patient Newsletter June 21


The Practice will be closed for staff training on the following dates from 1.00pm onwards.

15th July 2021

15th September 2021

14th October 2021

17th November 2021

13th January 2022

10th February 2022

16th March 2022

CONTACT 111 WHEN THE PRACTICE IS CLOSED - UNLESS EMERGENCY WHEN IT'S 999


Extended Access

Appointments are available from 6.30pm on weekday evenings and from 8am on weekends or during Bank Holidays via CHoC Extended Access Service (CHEA). You can request a CHEA appointment via your GP surgery. Appointments are available with GP's, Nurses and Pharmacists

CHEA

Extended Access Leaflet for Patients

Cumbria Health On Call (CHEA) are offering routine telephone appointments with pharmacists for medication reviews.  Appointments are in the evenings and on weekends during an allocated time to suit you. They can arrange repeat dispensing, action medication changes and can re-authorise your medications for the year.  Please see the below poster for more information.

CHEA Pharmacist.pdf


If urgent care is required outside your GP’s usual opening hours, please call 111. If your need is life threatening, please call 999 or go immediately to the nearest A&E Department.

When we are closed…………..

  • Need access to NHS Medical and Dental Services out of hours? Please visit https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/urgent-and-emergency-care/nhs-out-of-hours-services/
  • Need general health advice? Call 111 or visit the website: https://111.nhs.uk/
  • Need medication advice or an urgent supply of medication? Call 111 as they can direct you to the Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS).
  • Need to see or speak to a GP, nurse and Pharmacy advice outside of Practice hours? Appointments are available from 6.30pm on weekday evenings and from 8am on weekends or during Bank Holidays via CHoC Extended Access Service (CHEA). You can request a CHEA appointment via your GP surgery. If urgent care is required outside your GP’s usual opening hours, please call 111. If your need is life threatening, please call 999 or go immediately to the nearest A&E Department.

Primary Care Networks

All GP practices in England are now formed into Primary Care Networks (PCNs).

 What is a Primary Care Network (PCN)?

 

A PCN is a group of GP practices based in a local community.

Typically it is a group of practices covering a patient population of 30,000 to 50,000.

You will still be registered with your own GP practice and will continue to access your GP services in the usual way.

 

What will change for you?

Partnership working enables patients to access additional health services provided within the PCN GP practices.

You may not notice much change to begin with, but over time you will see a wider range of services becoming available in your GP practice

or at another practice within your PCN.

 

Which PCN are we in?

We are part of Carlisle Primary Care Network. Practices in our group are:

Eden Medical Group

Spencer Street Surgery

Warwick Square Group Practice

Fusehill Street Medical Practice

Warwick Road Surgery


Please click on the link below to view information about Electronic Repeat Dispensing....

ELECTRONIC REPEAT DISPENSING 
 


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