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Ear Wax Removal is FREE on NHS. Call Reception to book an appointment.


Diabetic? Book your annual review now online - Click Here to book 


Patient Participation Group Survey - Please give us your feedback :  Survey


Extra Blood taking clinics now available for booking


Latest Newsletter: Newsletter PPG Introduction.docx

 

Welcome to Studholme Medical Centre


Announcement re Dr Chawla

It is with great sorrow we are letting everyone know of the sad news of the unexpected death of Dr Chawla's baby. We offer our condolences and support to Dr Chawla and her family  at this difficult time. It may be some time before she returns to the Surgery but many of us at the Practice are in regular contact with Dr Chawla  and can pass on any cards and wishes people may want to send .

 

Finally as a Practice we request that when Dr Chawla  does return people do not enquire about the situation which is a deeply personal matter that is difficult to discuss. Thank you for your understanding.

Covid support service Tel 0300 200 1008 or https://tinyurl.com/ycjqvf7z for help with picking up prescriptions, shopping etc.

Due to the coronavirus outbreak we will be pre-screening all  appointments over the telephone and no prebooked appointments will be available until further notice. If you come to the surgery to make an appointment you will required to go home and ring the surgery.

This will be effective from the Thursday 12th March for all GP appointments. Patients  will initially be assessed via a telephone call and if the GP advises then the patient may attend the surgery. Please do not attend the appointment until advised to do so by a GP.

 

Practice nurse appts for immunisations, smears, dressing, blood sample etc will remain as current and can be pre booked.

 

We will also have a member of staff on hand in our waiting room checking if arriving patients have any Corona Virus symptoms.

 

Online and automated telephone appointments are no longer available.

 

This step has been taken on recommendation of the NHS in order to  protect both patients and staff.

 

This is a national issue and we have to comply. We apologise for any inconvenience

 

Corona Virus Sicknotes - These are issued by NHS 111 and not your GP.

COVID-19 and ACE inhibitors (ACEIs- ‘pril’ drugs) and angiotensin receptor blockers (ARBs – ‘sartan’ drugs) – information Covid and Ace information

Sign Studholme Petition and letter to MP Kwasi Kwarteng

There are plans to build approx 900 new homes in Ashford with 2500 new residents moving to the town. Spelthorne College site is to opening this Spring housing up to 1000 new residents. How are GP surgeries going to cope with the increasing demand?

We new extra clinic rooms and facilities otherwise we cannot recruit staff to meet the demand and appointment waiting times are going to increase and services suffer.

Lend your support and email/write to Kwasi - see template letter as an example: TEMPLATE LETTER

You can also sign our online petition please by clicking on the link below:

Studholme Petition Link

Thank you for helping to protect NHS GP services.

Patient Referrals:

Please be aware that all patient referrals go to the NHS Referral Support Service (RSS). The Clinical Triage Team at the RSS will decide whether they agree with the GP's referral or not and they should contact the patient to let them know the date/time of your appointment.  Occasionally this does not happen or the GP referral is rejected and the patient is not informed by RSS. In the first instance if your referral is taking  a long time or your need your referral password please contact the RSS team on 01372 232500 or email NWSreferrals@nhs.net

Patient referral advice leaflet - what to expect from your referral: Referral Leaflet

The email for ASPH appointment centre is :asph.appointments@nhs.net

Information leaflet regarding urgent hospital appointment: Urgent Hospital Appt leaflet

GP extended Access

Studholme are open extra hours on Monday & Wednesday to 9pm and to Noon every Saturday for prior booked appointments only. If you are seen in one of these NICS clinics and wish to chase a referral or have comments please contact nics.admin@nhs.net (please note this is not an email address for our Practice.) See leaflet for more details: Information

Results

IMPORTANT: When being referred for investigations, please follow up for results. Do not assume that all is well if you do not hear from us.

Duty Doctor

We run a daily duty doctor clinic. Patients are seen by order of medical need and not by arrival time hence you may need to wait sometime to be seen.

To Register as a new patient:

Please click here and complete this form. Once done bring  a copy to the surgery along with your documents.

New Patient Registration Pack V6.pdf

As a new patient it is helpful if you bring a copy of your repeat prescription request sheet to the GP/pharmacist appointment. Please see attached for more details: Prescribing Information New Patients.pdf

Urine Samples

We no longer routinely take Urine samples unless these have been requested by a clinician or the patient has defined symptoms. Please see the patient information leaflet and Symptom form.

Sample Form

Information Leaflet

Email Address and Mobile Number:

To help communication with patients we are collecting email addresses. Please click on the following link to send us your email address: send email address via comments form or use the box in reception/give your email address to one of our receptionists or clinicians.

NHS Free Health Check

Don't forget you can book your free NHS health check if you are between the ages of 40 -74yrs old and have not had a check in the last 5 years. Call reception now to book your appointment and get your health MOT done. These checks are not suitable for those patients that already have conditions like diabetes, heart disease, hypertension etc.

Dentists - Medication and Emergency Appointments

Your dentist is the right person to recommend and prescribe medicines for your dental condition. Please do not expect your GP to prescribe medicines that are best accessed via your dentist. GP is not allowed or qualified to give advice relating to dental matters.

If out of hours call NHS 111 or local A&E not your GP. For anti- coagulation guidelines see document below and for BMA guidelines see link below:

Dentist Anticoagulants_document_.pdf

BMA Dental advice

Are you a Carer?

Attend this carers event at Fordbridge Centre on 25th February. Please see the attached for details: Carer's Group February PDF.pdf

Asthma Review

Complete our online questionnaire to see if you require an annual Asthma review: Asthma Review Qestionnaire

Power of Attorney

You do not need a doctor to sign a Last Power of Attorney form. See information sheet here: LPA help sheet

Shingles

Over 70yrs? Check if you are eligible and get free protection now: Shingles Eligibility Poster

CQC Registration

Studholme rated GOOD in all areas of our CQC inspection. For the full report click here: CQC

Click here to read our practice booklet Practice Booklet

If English is not your first language then you may find Google translator helpful. You can type what you wish to discuss when at the surgery and then this will be translated into English. https://translate.google.co.uk/                      

Car Park

We are fortunate to have a large car park however it can be busy so do allow yourself 20mins to park. Please do not use our car park and then go shopping- there is a multi storey car park you can use opposite our Practice.

Our CCTV is for the protection of the Practice and we cannot give our CCTV footage unless requested by law or with the consent of every person/number plate within the CCTV footage.

FeedBack

To give feedback click here:  Feed back form

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