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Important information to ensure you remain registered at this practice
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Diabetes Week: 12th-18th June 2016
National Diabetes Week is just around the corner. The purpose of this week is to promote awareness of diabetes particularly for early detection, maintaining optimal disease control and patient education. We have displayed a variety of posters around the practice.
To coincide with this, throughout the month of June, the practice will focus on continuing the aims of this week by supporting patients in the practice with diabetes and educating the wider practice population. Of course, we are also here to help support you all year round!
For more information about helping manage diabetes, or to simply learn more about it, please follow the links below from the Diabetes UK website:
Myths and Frequently Asked Questions
Guide to Diabetes
Changes to the appointment system
For patients who feel they need to be seen more urgently due to illness and request an appointment on the day we operate a Doctors Telephone List. This means that the Duty Doctor for that day will phone you within 2 hours of your call to discuss your problem before allocating an appointments.
Please remember our bookable telephone appointments can be used to discuss referrals and blood tests.
For easier access to available appointments, test results and repeat prescriptions sign up to PATIENT ACCESS at reception.
We have been advised that NHS England will be extracting patient data from our clinical system to help link the hospital statistic data they already hold. This data will be collected automatically from our system on a monthly basis CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION.
All GP Practices are required to declare mean earnings (i.e. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
The average pay for GPs working in the practice of Surrey Docks Health Centre in the last financial year was £56,937 before tax and National Insurance.
This is for 5 full time GPs and 3 part time GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.
(Site updated 24/05/2016)