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Proposed Merger of Surrey Docks Health Centre and Albion Street Group Practice: We want to hear your views on the proposed merger, please take a few minutes to complete our survey. Click here to take the survey now! 


Minutes available from Patient Engagement meetings. Click here to read minutes from 14th July and click here to read a summary of discussions from 28th July. 


The Summer 2016 Practice Newsletter is available here. Have a look to see what we have been getting up to for the last six months.

Welcome to Surrey Docks Health Centre's new website

Have you been experiencing trouble getting through on our phone system? We need your help to resolve this! Please click here for more information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flu Clinic dates and information:

Tue 20th of September (8.30-12.30)

          -Patients administered with flu vaccine                  106

          -Patients who didn't turn up for their appointment   17

Wed 21st of September (15.50-18.30)

          -Patients administered with flu vaccine                  58

          -Patients who didn't turn up for their appointment   4

Mon 26th of September (8.30-13.30)

Wed 28th of September (13.30-16.00)

Dr Holden and our HCA Taleb will attend Barnards House between 10 and 11 am on the 28th of September.

For more information regarding the Flu Vaccinations click here.

 

 

*Important information for patients*

Changes to our surgery

At Surrey Docks Health Centre we are extremely proud of the services we provide to local people and we want to ensure they are consistently delivered to the highest possible standards. 

Like many practices up and down the country, we are constantly looking for ways to improve the services we offer to our patients. We also know that the needs of local people are changing and that we need to change in order to deliver high quality care in the long-term.

Recently we have been talking with our neighbouring practice on the Rotherhithe peninsula, Albion Street Group Practice, to look at different ways of working together to improve the services we offer to our patients. We are also looking at how we can remain a sustainable and thriving practice in an increasingly challenging environment.

As a result, we are considering merging our two practices. We think we could bring the practices together over the next 9 months in to a single organisation, as one partnership. 

What this means for patients

By joining our practices together we believe there would be a number of benefits to registered patients, including:

  •            better range, quality and accessibility of our services
  •            shared skills and expertise of staff from both practices
  •            better use of our resources making sure we can continue to offer the same high quality care in the future as our local population continues to rise
  •           making sure patients can continue to get same day appointments for urgent health needs
  •            maintaining a personal service so patients who want to book ahead to see their usual doctor can continue to do so

At the moment we are working up our proposals to merge our two practices and are very keen to hear the views of our patients to shape proposals and understand any issues or concerns you may have.

We are also discussing these proposals with our patient participation group and over the coming weeks we will hold open meetings for patients (details below) and provide other opportunities to gather your feedback. Look out for details on posters in the surgery and on our websites.

  •          Thursday 14th July at 7pm, Community Room at Surrey Docks Health Centre

          Meeting for Surrey Docks Patients. Please click here to read the minutes of meeting.

  •           Thursday 28th July at 7pm, Time and Talents Centre 

         Joint meeting for Surrey Docks and Albion Street Patients. Please click here to read the

          summary of discussions.

Important information to ensure you remain registered at this practice 

Have you received a letter asking you to confirm your details? If yes please read this information 

 

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.

 

CARE.DATA 

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.

 

GP Earnings

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.

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