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Welcome to St Georges Medical Centre

Please take your time to browse our website, where you will find lots of useful information about the practice and the services we offer.

 


Latest News

  

 --Have your say!--

-- Friends and Family Test --

 

The Friends and Family Test (FFT) is a way for all patients to give feedback quickly and have their say on the care and treatment they experience across the NHS in England.

It helps to improve local healthcare services for everyone by highlighting what is working well and what can be improved. The FFT has been in use in some hospital services since 2013 and is now expanding to more parts of the NHS, including GP practices from December 2014. For full details, see www.nhs.uk/friendsandfamily

Here at St George's Medical Centre we are now able to offer you, our patients, the opportunity to participate in this survey.  You can pick up a survey card the next time you visit the surgery.  Alternatively, just click on the link below.


 St George's Medical Centre Friends and Family Test Survey

 

-- Summary Care Record --

 

Summary Care Record (SCR) is an electronic record of important information about a patients health.  It will initially have information about current medications, allergies and any bad reactions to medicines.  Additional information may be added over time if a patient gives their consent.


Please note, St George's Medical Centre is participating in the Summary Care Record and patients who have not opted out will have a Summary Care Record.

 

For further information and opt out forms please click here.


 --Contact Information--

We have seen a rise in the amount of returned mail and wrong telephone numbers which means the information we have about you could be out of date.

It is extremely important that we have your up to date contact information in case we need to contact you for any reason. If you have changed your address, telephone number or email please let us know either by:

 

When sending any correspondence, please include your old information along with your new details (including your name and date of birth). If the changes also apply to other members of your family/household please mention this and include their details as well.

Current patients who move to an address outside of our practice area are eligible to apply for Out Of Area registration.  For more information, please see the Out of Area Registration section by clicking on the ‘New Patients’ tab above or speaking to a receptionist on 0151 630 2080.

Please note that if you are changing your name we need to have proof of name change such as Marriage Certificate or Deed Poll.

 

-- Dementia Cafe --

 

Do you have memory problems or are you helping to care for someone who has dementia?

Then why not attend a dementia cafes sponsored by The Alzheimers Society?

 

Floral Pavilion Café
Marine Promenade, New Brighton, CH45 2JS
11am until 1pm on the following dates:
19th May, 16th June (further dates to follow)
(3rd Tuesday of the month)

For more information call:


0151 650 5505 or email: wirral@alzheimers.org.uk

 

 

 -- Electronic Prescription Service--

 

The Electronic Prescription Service allows us to send all future prescriptions electronically to your preferred pharmacy.

To find out more information, visit the 'Prescriptions' tab at the top of this page.

 

 

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We hope to use our surgery website as a way of presenting all our patients with an up to date resource for all information relating to our practice. We will keep it current with any news, developments & details that are relevant to the practice & our patients.

(Site updated 24/04/2015)
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