Click on the Frequently Asked Questions below to learn about your surgery. The questions below may help you for before, during, and after your surgery.
Please contact the surgery to find out who your allocated GP is. Car Park Resurface The car park will be closed to all patients on Friday 19th October due to much needed resurfacing works. Thank you for your cooperation with this matter.
Please contact reception for further details. If you are a registered patient with us and work as a healthcare professional or carer then you are also entitled to have the vaccine. Support your surgery- Have the vaccination with us Every Flu jab you have elsewhere means fewer resources for your GP Practice.
The service is called 'needs profiling'. Using information from your health records, a secure NHS computer system will look at any recent treatments children have had in the community or at this surgery, and any existing health conditions that they have, and alert the doctor to the likelihood of a possible future hospital admission.
This may include screening service and technologies that help us search all of our patient's records to identify patients that would most benefit from a particular treatment, sometimes by linking the information we hold with information about you from other organisations providing your care.
The clinical team at the surgery will use the information to help patients get early care and treatment where it is needed.
The information will be seen only by qualified health workers involved in your care. NHS security systems will protect your health information and patient confidentiality at all times.
If you don't want your information being used in this way, or have any other concerns, please contact If you would like to subscribe to our online services, please contact Reception.The use of effective communication among patients and healthcare professionals is critical for achieving a patient's optimal health outcome.
However, according to the Canadian Patient Safety Institute, ineffective communication has the opposite effect as it can lead to patient harm. Communication with regards to patient safety can be classified into two categories: prevention of adverse events.
Same Day Admission patients should use the Main Entrance and report to the Patient Registration Office, located in the main lobby, at your appointed time. Same Day Surgery patients should report directly to the Same Day Surgery Unit.
Admissions and Discharge. before your hospitalization. Other routine tests may be done on the day of your admission.
For pediatric admissions, please visit our Patient care managers are responsible for supervising all nursing care on every shift on your unit. Please note: The FAQ's below have been developed to assist practitioners in understanding PHL § d, the Office-based Surgery Law.
This law defines office-based surgery, requires private physician practices in which OBS is performed to maintain accreditation from an accrediting agency designated by the Commissioner of Health, and mandates reporting of select adverse events that occur. The National Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (NPUAP) serves as the authoritative voice for improved patient outcomes in pressure injury prevention and treatment .
An admission note is part of a medical record that documents the patient's status Health care professionals use them to record a patient's baseline status and may write additional on-service notes, progress notes Admissions to a hospital not associated with a surgery are also sometimes included here.