Community Cafe - An opportunity to meet people, make new friends and have some fun. Every two weeks at Rumble Tums starting Friday 22nd October 10-11.30am. Come along and join us
NHS Digital (NHSD) extract of GP data for Research purposes delayed. Click NHSD GDPR data extraction for details.
Notts NHS App - Personal Health and Care Record click here for information
Demonstrating your COVID-19 vaccination status when travelling abroad - GOV.UK click here
Accessing your covid vaccination details on the NHS app: https://youtu.be/B56Ds2YlCfk
Quick guide to registering with the NHS app: https://youtu.be/Q0SCcLtw8JA
Nottingham Community Musculoskeletal Assessment and Treatment Service is for patients with musculoskeletal conditions that provides a range of treatments in a community setting providing care closer to home. Find out more here
Help the fight against COVID-19 by taking part in the PRINCIPLE Patient Recruitment Trial
YOUR HEALTH YOUR WAY is a free service available to support residents of Nottinghamshire (excluding Nottingham City) get more active, eat healthier, lose weight, drink less and quit smoking. click here for information
Patient Knows Best (PKB) - We are introducing a new online service that gives you secure access to your Health and Care information from your smartphone, tablet or computer. This free service is provided in partnership with the NHS App and Patients Know Best (PKB). It's part of our promise and ongoing commitment to give you more choice and control over your care. Click here for more information
National GP Survey Results 2021 can be seen by visiting:
Thank you to all our patients who took the time to complete the national GP Survey feedback forms. We are pleased that 89% of our patients describe their overall experience of the practice as good (54% Very Good and 35% Good).
The practice has enrolled with East Midlands Clinical Research Network - this means that we will take part in research projects that we feel may benefit our patients.
Help beat Dementia by registering your interest in dementia research today