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Flu vaccination is available every year on the NHS to help protect adults and children at risk of flu and its complications.

Flu can be unpleasant, but if you are otherwise healthy it will usually clear up on its own within a week.

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To help us manage the busy holiday period for staff over August, all doctor’s appointments will be book on the day.

 

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We will be closed on the Monday 2nd of May and the 30th of May bank holidays. If you do require medical assistance during these two days please call 111.

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Starting from the 31st of March we will now be offering patients more options when using the EMIS Patient Access system. In addition to what patients can currently view which is immunisations, allergies, appointments and prescriptions, you will now be able to view your test results and coded information.

To be able to view these new options and register for Patient Access please contact the Priorslegh reception desk and fill in a Patient Access registration form, if you are already registered and would like access to the new options then please do the same and re-register for Patient Access at the Priorslegh reception desk.

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We will be closed from Friday the 25th of March until we re-open on Tuesday the 29th for the Easter Bank Holiday.

Happy Easter to the patients of Priorslegh!

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 As some of you may be aware, the practice operates an on the day telephone triage system for urgent issues which involves a member of the clinical team contacting you back to discuss your issue and offer some help or an appointment if necessary.This system enables us to offer our patients same day access for urgent medical issues. The triage system is available from 8am until 1pm and from 2pm until 5pm, Monday to Friday. We would always ask that if you feel your medical issue is urgent then please contact us as soon as possible to ensure that we can try and deal with your issue as quickly as possible. 

If you have any questions regarding the Emergency Triage System please contact reception on 01625 872299 who will be happy to help you.

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The flu clinic dates this year are:

Saturday 19th September.

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The August Newsletter is here!

There is lots of information about the exciting things that have happened at Priorslegh recently. 

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Through EMIS Access we offer patients the choice to book appointments and order repeat prescriptions from their own personal computers.
We are now going to be offering as well as the current options:
• Access to viewing immunisation history
• Access to viewing allergies

To register as a user for EMIS Access please ask at the reception for a registration form. You will also need two forms of identification with you, these include:
• A photo ID
• A bank statement (not a utility bill)

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At Priorslegh we want to develop a culture that values and welcomes complaints as a way of putting things right and improving our service.

We use complaints as a learning process that helps us understand our patients better. We also try to deal with complaints promptly, avoiding unnecessary delay. We find that resolving problems and complaints as soon as possible is best for both complainants and the practice.

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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. We would be greatful if you could click the link below and complete our short survery.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/PBRKYST

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A Health Forum, recently held in the Civic Hall Poynton, was attended by several hundred people. The event, organised by patients and staff of Priorslegh and McIlvride medical practices and the Local Authority offered advice and support on health and fitness issues.

Over twenty five organisations were represented, including Open Hands, Action On Hearing Loss, St Paul's Baby and Toddler Group, MacMillan Nurses, Age UK, Arthritis Research and Poynton Midwives.

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Priorslegh is now on Twitter & Facebook

To keep up to date with all the latest news and information in the surgery you can now follow us on Twitter @priorslegh and like our Facebook page - Priorslegh Medical Centre.

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Every month thousands of pounds worth of medication is wasted within the NHS. It is difficult to know exactly how much as only a proportion of unused medicines are returned to pharmacies for destruction, however nationally the estimate is that £1 in every £25 spent on medicines ends up wasted.

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We have had great success with our Patient Participation Group and would like to thank all those who have been involved.

As part of the ongoing process we have produced an annual report - Click Here

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Patient Information Extraction (GPES)

82 practices in the country have begun piloting a new system of data extraction

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Such a Shame

Relaxing on Sunday morning I was very sad to read about the recent death of James Gandolfini (aged 51) the star of the Sopranos television show.

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Priorslegh Medical Centre is pleased to welcome Annette Boden who is a private hypo-psychologist and counsellor.

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Priorslegh has for a long time had GP registrars in practice. Registrars are qualified doctors who have been working in a hospital but have now chosen the pathway of a GP.

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