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Annual Report 2018

This is now available for you to read in the survey section of the website.

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IMPORTANT CHANGES TO URGENT CARE SERVICES IN THE SOUTH TEES AREA FROM 1st APRIL 2017.

 

From 1st April 2017 the existing Walk-in Centres in North Ormesby and Eston will be replaced by four GP centres based in North Ormesby Health Village, One Life Centre in Linthorpe, Redcar Primary Care Hospital and East Cleveland Hospital in Brotton. These centres will be open from 6pm to 9.30pm - Monday to Friday - and 8am to 9.30pm on weekends and Bank Holidays.

 

To help improve patient waiting times the centres will operate an appointment based system - you won’t be able to simply walk-in.

 

Please click the link below for further information including details of how to arrange an appointment when we are closed.

STAR Service

Many Thanks.

Named GP for all patients

From the 1st April 2015, all GP practices are required to inform their patients (including children) of their named accountable GP. This is part of the GMS contract change for 2015 – 2016 that was agreed between the BMA’s General Practitioners Committee and NHS Employers.

The named GP will take lead responsibility for the coordination of all services required under the contract and ensure they are delivered to each of their patients where required.

Every patient at this practice has been assigned to one of the GP Partners, however this assignment in no way effects your choice of the GP that you may wish to see, or that may be available on the day you require treatment.

It is important to be clear that you do not need to wait and see or speak to your named GP.

Practices are asked to inform patients of their named GP at the first available interaction, so the GP or Nurse may advise you at your next appointment.



 
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