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We say goodbye to Nurse Louise McGealy who has left our practice on 15 March 2018 due to a promotion at Trafford General Hospital. We are very sorry to see Louise leave and we wish her every success in her new role

RU Clear kits now available at the surgery please see 'Clinics & Services' 'Non NHS Services' for more information

Breast Screening at Wythenshawe Hospital - Eligible patients have recently been invited to attend routine breast screening. 808 patients attended from a total of 1074 invited (75%), 26 patients were reviewed in clinic and 3 cancers were detected. If you missed your invite please contact our Cancer Champions (Jo and Rebecca) at the surgery who will help you arrange a screening appointment.  If you have any worries or concerns regarding breast screening then please make an appointment with a GP to discuss.

On 12 April 2016 the surgery was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and our overall rating was 'Good' with a rating of 'Outstanding' for people experiencing poor mental health. Please see CQC information page for full detailed report

Last month (April 2018) there were 84 patients who missed their appointment with the GP or Nurse

This is 14 hours of un used clinical time

This may increase your waiting time to see a clinician

If you know that you will be unable to attend your appointment please can you call the surgery so it can be used by someone else

We have a text messaging service which confirms and reminds patients of their appointments, please check with reception if you wish to use this service.

Seasonal Flu

2015-16 Seasonal Flu season

This year we decided to change our clinics for the annual administration of the seasonal flu vaccine.

Drop in Clinics were held on Thursdays and Saturday mornings allowing patients to turn up when convenient to them. They were a huge success and most patients did not have to wait longer than 10 minutes for their turn as we had multi clinicians available at each clinic.

The results we have received from Public Health England have advised that as a practice we had   (1) 81.7% uptake of flu vaccines for the over 65 age group

        (2) 64.4% uptake for patients aged between 6 months and under 65 at clinical risk

        (3) 62.7% uptake for pregnant women

        (4) 100% uptake for both 2 and 3 year olds at clinical risk

Thank you to all our patients for coming along to the flu clinics - we will be following the same format for the 2016-17 flu season

 

 



 
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