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Coronavirus Update 7th April 2020 -  Stay Home.  Protect the NHS.  Save Lives.   Non essential appointments are being cancelled or changed to telephone or video appointments.  No face to face appointments are available unless they have been authorised by a doctor or nurse.   


If you have a high temperature or a new continuous cough you should stay at home for 14 days. DO NOT GO  to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. You do not need to contact NHS 111 to tell them you're staying at home. Read the advice about staying at home and Home Isolation Advice


Use the 111 coronavirus service if you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home, your condition gets worse, your symptoms do not get better after 7 days. For more general information see https://www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-information-for-the-public

Friends and Family Test

Introduction to the Friends and Family Test

 

The NHS friends and family test (FFT) is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the care and treatment you receive and to improve services.

Our GP's and nurses may hand you a feedback form to fill out.  Forms are also next to our feedback box in the reception area.  The form consists of 2 questions and a space to write any comments you may have. 

Your answers are voluntary, but if you do answer, your feedback will provide valuable information for the surgery to celebrate good practice, and identify opportunities to make improvements.

Your answer will not be traced back to you, and your details will not be passed on to anyone. A member of your family or a friend is welcome to answer the question if you are unable to.

Please post your feedback forms in the box on reception.

January  

90% 

February

88%

March

94%

April

95%

May

95%

June

93%

July

91%

August

89%

September

98%

October

 94%

November

 91%

December

 94%



 
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