Stirchley Medical Practice
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Have you been discharged from hospital recently?
Health Watch would like to hear about your experience.https://www.healthwatchshropshire.co.uk/tell-us-about-your-experience-leaving-hospital-during-covid-19
Out Of Hours Palliative Care Survey
Healthwatch would like to know about the experiences of those who have received 'out of hours' palliative care since the beginning of March 2020.
Have you contacted the ShropDoc Palliative Care Helpline, NHS 111 or another service for help when your GP is closed?
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Important Information About The Flu Vaccine
Please note that people in the 50 to 64 year old age group will not be vaccinated until November and December, providing there is sufficient vaccine, and no appointments will be offered for this age group until then. This is to ensure that those who are most at risk are vaccinated first. If you are 50 to 64 and you are in one of the other groups which is eligible for the flu vaccination, for example you have a health condition which puts you at risk from flu, you will be invited earlier.
Did you know you no longer have to wait on the phone to get the health advice you need?
Now, you can use Online Consult to assess your symptoms using online forms and send a message to the practice at any time, day or night, which we will review so that we can advise you on the most appropriate next steps.
Click Online Consult to get started. Alternatively, log in to your Patient Access account or app and choose the Health Advice tab.
We are now booking cervical smear tests - please call the surgery to book an appointment.
For the latest information about Coronavirus please follow the link below to the NHS website.
Our sincere apologies but due to Covid-19 and staffing issues, our online appointment booking services are currently not available.
Coronavirus tests are only available to book via the government website (either visiting a regional test centre or ordering a home testing kit) – the web address is www.gov.uk/coronavirus and there is an option on that page ‘Testing for Coronavirus’.
If you spot any symptoms which could indicate cancer, don’t just sit worrying about it at home – you can still contact your GP, usually by telephone or online. They will be able to advise on whether you need to get checked. If you have an urgent appointment for a diagnostic test, or are having treatment already it is important that you attend your appointments. The team looking after you will be able to advise on how to do this, if you are in doubt.
Our aim is to provide good quality care and a full range of services in a friendly, comfortable and accessible environment. You can also find a lot of useful information on our Self Help page.
Access our improved online services
We have a new and improved online service delivered by Patient Access. Please ask at reception to register for this service and you will be given your unique Access ID.
We have updated our website with our GDPR Policy. This privacy notice lets you know what happens to any personal data that you give to us, or any that we may collect from or about you.