NHS England is reviewing access to general practice services with the aim of improving patient access during normal practice opening times as well as over the evenings and weekends. The aim of the review is to reduce variation in in access and improve patient experience. As part of this, the review will also be considering how other services impact on access to general practice, for example digital services and NHS 111.
Patients and members of the public are invited to attend an event on Tuesday 20 August (10.00am – 4.00pm) at the Ambassadors Bloomsbury Hotel, 12 Upper Woburn Place, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 0HX to provide their feedback. We would like to gather feedback on your collective experiences of access to help us consider and shape recommendations on how we can develop services that better meets your needs, make best use of available resources as well as addressing inequalities in access.
In addition, the event will provide an opportunity to find out more about new local primary care networks. These are groups of general practices working together with other local services which have been established to provide more coordinated care to their communities. You can find out more on the NHS England website at www.england.nhs.uk/pcn.
Please email email@example.com to register your interest to attend. Travel to London can be booked in advance by the Access team where requested.
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Sadly after 25 years a very much loved member of staff will be leaving our Fitzrovia family.
Dr Evans has been at this practice since October 1994 and this year marks her 25th anniversary here at the practice.
We are all extremely sad to see her leave and hope you all join us in wishing Dr Evans good luck on her new journey
She will be deeply missed by all
Dr Evans last working day with us was Thursday 28th of March 2019
Help cut demand on your NHS Practice by seeking self-care advice before seeing your GP
APPs offering access to GP at your convenience
please note that using these apps will lead to you being taken off the Fitzrovia Medical Centre list as you would have virtually signed up with a new GP. This means your records will be sent back to NHS England and that if you wish to be seen here again you will have to go through the registration process again.
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