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If you require a GP or Nursing Appointment out of normal practice hours or general medical advice please call the Star 111 Service.  Alternatively you can book an out of normal surgery hours appointment via the following URL http://www.starappointment.co.uk/booking/ simply copy & paste this into your web browser.

STAR 111 Out of Hours Service

If you cannot get an appointment at your own GP surgery you can ask them to make you an appointment at one of our STAR GP centres. If you need to see or speak to a GP out of hours you should call NHS 111 to access the STAR service or alternatively book on line using the following URL http://www.starappointment.co.uk/booking/ copy & paste it into your web browser.

The STAR service offers appointments from 6pm to 9.30pm Monday to Friday and 8am to 9.30pm on weekends and Bank Holidays.

One of our GPs or a nurse practitioner will ring you back and carry out an initial assessment over the telephone.

If required, the clinician will either consult over the telephone or offer a face-to-face appointment at one of our dedicated GP centres.

Patients accessing our service will always be asked for their consent to allow clinicians to view their electronic medical records, which will help us provide the most appropriate advice and care. Patients may also be referred onto other services more appropriate to their needs

IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR PATIENTS

SURGERY CLOSURE DUE TO GP TRAINING ON THE FOLLOWING DATES :-

* THURSDAY 21st JUNE 2018

THE LOCAL NHS HAVE ARRANGED FOR THE DOCTORS TO ATTEND TRAINING. THEREFORE THE PRACTICE WILL BE CLOSED FROM 12.30.P.M. ON THAT DAY UNTIL IT RE-OPENS AS USUAL ON THE FOLLOWING MORNING. PATIENTS CAN TELEPHONE 111 IF THEY NEED TO SPEAK TO A HEALTH PROFESSIONAL WHILE THE SURGERY IS CLOSED. 

 

Registering as a Patient

district_nurseAt least one member of the household of those wishing to apply to join the practice must do so in person.

Applications from prospective patients are considered using criteria which do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, social class, age, religion, sexual orientation, appearance, disability or medical condition. Any applicant not accepted will be given written reasons at the time.

If you are registering with this practice having recently entered the United Kingdom from abroad, please bring your immunisation history and your childrens immunisation history if applicable. This will enable us to keep a more accurate health record.

Patients, or in the case of children or incapable adults, applicants, may indicate a preference to be seen by a particular doctor or category of doctor. This may be for all problems or for a specific condition.

The practice will endeavour to comply with such a preference but may not be able to do so, for example, if the doctor is away, does not provide the service required or is unable to provide the service at the appropriate time.

The practice covers all of the Borough of Middlesbrough together with Ormesby, Overfields, Nunthorpe and Spencerbeck in the Borough of Redcar and Cleveland. Full details of the practice area are displayed on a map in the surgery.

Other information

All newly registered patients are invited to attend for a new patient examination.

Any patient not seen at the practice within the previous three years is able to request a health check.

Patients aged 75 years and over may, not more than once in twelve months request a health check

We are computerised and registered under the Data Protection Act and work within the Access to Medical Reports Act.

 
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