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FLU Clinics now available to book

We are pleased to confirm that we are now taking booking for our flu clinics. The Saturday clinic dates are as follows:

Saturday 30th September

Saturday 7th October

Please speak to reception to book an appointment

Care Navigation training for our reception team

In order to help with the enormous demand on our doctors, we are changing the way we work at Sixways Clinic.

We now employ a number of other highly qualified and experienced clinical staff, including Advanced Nurse Practioners,  Specialist Practice Nurses and Health Care Assistants therefore you don’t always need to see a doctor. We also have access to additional doctors’ appointments locally, via Choice Plus as well as support from our areas such as pharmacies and physiotherapists, to name a few.

Our reception staff have recently received care navigation training. To enable the reception staff to direct you to the right clinician, and help us assess the urgency of your request, they have been instructed to ask the reason for your appointment. Don’t worry, they are all bound by the NHS rules of confidentiality.

If you are not comfortable with this then please let the receptionist know, however this may mean that we are not able to offer you the most appropriate appointment at the earliest opportunity.

New Advanced Nurse Practitioner joining the Sixways team

We are please to welcome our new Advanced Nurse Practitioner, Lydia Pasqualin, to the Sixways team. Lydia will be running clinics on a Monday and Thursday and can see patients for a number of acute conditions including coughs, sore throats, UTI's, constipation etc.

Consultation on the future of Andoversford branch surgery- survey now available via SystmOnline

As you may be aware, Sixways Clinic has a branch surgery in Andoversford. Unfortunately for some time we have been unable to make use of this site to see patients as it does not meet required standards in terms of IT and system access, privacy and infection control.

The Partners have considered a number of options in consultation with the local clinical commissioning group and in discussion with our patient participation group. We would now like to open a period of consultation with our registered patients around the future of the branch surgery, and the possibility that this may be formally closed.

We would be grateful if you complete a short survey with your views. The survey is accessible via SystmOnline using the "questionnaires" tab and will be available until the end of July 2017.

Consultation on the future of Andoversford branch surgery

As you may be aware, Sixways Clinic has a branch surgery in Andoversford. Unfortunately for some time we have been unable to make use of this site to see patients as it does not meet required standards in terms of IT and system access, privacy and infection control.

The Partners have considered a number of options in consultation with the local clinical commissioning group and in discussion with our patient participation group. We would now like to open a period of consultation with our registered patients around the future of the branch surgery, and the possibility that this may be formally closed.

Please could you complete the survey below with your views, and these will then be considered as part of our consultation. The survey will be available until the end of July 2017. The survey is also accessible via SystmOnline using the "questionnaires" tab.

https://www.snapsurveys.com/wh/s.asp?k=147576470347

Welcome to our new website

Welcome to our new website, hopefully you will find this easy to navigate, with clear links to our online access. The website is also tablet and mobile friendly so accessible from all devices. Please let us know if you have any feedback or suggestions for things you would like to see on the website.

 

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