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BMC Newsletter

September 2013

 

The General Practice Extraction Service (GPES) 

 

GPES will be used to extract GP data each month, including date of birth, postcode, and gender, which will allow patients' GP data to be linked to their hospital data.  No free text will be extracted, only coded information about referrals, NHS prescriptions and other clinical data.  The technical specification of the extract can be found at:

  www.england.nhs.uk/caredata

If you have any objections with regard to sharing the above information please contact the surgery

 

There are patient leaflets available for your information.

 

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  • New doctors – we have a new doctorworking with us at present:  Dr Rachel Stafford.  She will be with us for 12 months and will be taking an active part in all aspects of the practice

 

  • Medical students – the practice is involved in undergraduate/postgraduate training and there will be Year 4 students in the practice from time to time, over the next 12 months

 

  • Flu campaign – stocks of vaccine will be arriving on 28 September and clinics will be held on Saturdays during October

 

  • Electronic prescribing – we are currently working closely with the local pharmacies on this and so far is going very well.  More details will  be provided at a later date

 

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For 1 afternoon per month the surgery focus on protected learning time for both Staff and doctors, during this time the surgery be closed from 1pm

If you need assistance from a doctor call the Out of Hours service by dialling 0300 247 247

Dates

Wednesday15th Janurary 2014

Thursday 20th March

Wednesday 30th April 2014

 

 

 
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