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NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme

The Manor Surgery has received National recognition being named Winners of the Healthier You: NHS DPP Practice Champions Awards for April and May 2017, we generated the highest number of referrals to the scheme in that period.  Well done to all the patients who are taking part, the GP's and Nurses.  Please see latest newsletter for more information about the scheme, by clicking on the link above.

Accessing your medical records online

From 31st March 2016 patients will be able to access detailed information in their medical records on line if they wish in the same way that you are able to order repeat medication or book a GP appointment.

If you wish to access any online services, please speak to a receptionist who will ask you to complete a form giving the practice authority to set this up. You will need to provide two items of identification. If you are already registered to book appointments and order repeat medication you will still need to complete a consent form for this new service.

Named accountable GP

By 31st March 2016 all patients (including children) will have been allocated a 'named accountable GP' who will be responsible for their overall care at the practice. Those patients who are aged 75 years or over or who have been identified at risk of hospital admission will already have a named GP and be aware of this.

You do not have to see your named GP, you can continue to book appointments for whichever GP you wish. Please ask our reception team if you would like to know who your named GP is. All new patients will be allocated a named GP when they register. If you wish to change your named GP please inform us and we will do our very best to accommodate your request, although this cannot be guaranteed due to the workload of our GPs.

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