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Staff Training

The surgery will be closed for Staff Training on Thursday 24th September from 1.00pm-6.00pm.   The surgery will re-open on Friday 25th September at 8.00am.  If you require advice wile the surgery is closed please call NHS111 or 999.

Our team is working hard in different ways, including telephone and video consultations to keep the practice open and running effectively during this Pandemic. We are therefore receiving a high volume of telephone calls, and we only have a limited numbers of incoming lines available.  Please bear with us during this difficult time.  You can contact us alternatively by email on moorland.med@nhs.net or Online Consult below:

https://www.online-consult.co.uk/org/moorland-medical-centre

Flu Campaign 2020/21

Book your Flu vaccination at the surgery today, appointments are available online or by ringing 01538 399008.  Information attached as to who is eligible.

Flu Information for patients

UHNM - Community Phlebotomy

North Staffordshire and Stoke CCGs – launch of patient web-based appointment booking system

Online booking service to book an appointment, after booking a text confirmation of date/time/venue will be received.  Click on the link below to book a blood test at your local clinic location.

https://patientconnect.uhnm.nhs.uk/

Blood test information leaflet

Face Coverings when attending the GP Surgery

If you are asked to come to the surgery for a face to face review/appointment, you will be required to wear a face covering to help keep you and us safe. You can use anything that covers your nose and mouth. Thank you.

Find guidance on how to wear and make a face-covering on GOV.UK.

Mask Exemption Cards for Learning Disabilities

Consult with your Doctor online

We’ve recently launched a new system you can use to check your symptoms and submit forms to us.

Its available online by following the link below or via www.patientaccess.com. All you need to do is click the link and itll take you to an online form where you outline your symptoms. Youll then receive access to tailored and clinically approved articles and videos which will help you self-manage your condition.

The forms are sent directly and securely to us at the practice so we can check your answers and assess whether you need a face-to-face appointment with the GP or not and if not, well give you the advice you need on what to do next.

The forms are tailored to you and theyve all been approved by clinicians so the advice you get is really accurate and helpful.

You can fill in the forms at any time, day or night, so it means you have round the clock access to the information you need to manage your conditions.

Its really simple to use, you can just follow the link below and the forms are clear and easy to understand.

Online Consult link below:

https://www.online-consult.co.uk/org/moorland-medical-centre

CQC

Statement of Purpose

Dr Jane Greig is the appointed Registered Manager at Moorland Medical Centre and is the point-of-contact for registration of the service with CQC and all further CQC-related matters.

A statement of purpose is a document which includes a standard required set of information about a service. Statements describe:

  • The provider’s aims and objectives in providing the service.
  • The kinds of services provided.
  • The health or care needs the service sets out to meet.
  • The locations where the services are actually provided or provided from.
  • Details about the provider, including their legal status, and any manager(s), including the ‘address for service’ for all registered persons

Our Statement of Purpose can be found within these documents:-

Part 1 includes the details of the provider's name, legal status, address and other contact details.
Part 1

Part 2 contains details of the aims and objectives of the provider.
Part 2

Part 3 contains details of the locations registered by the provider as well as the people who use the service, the service types and the regulated activities.
Part 3

Part 4 includes the details of the registered managers for the provider including the address for the service of documents.
Part 4



 
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