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  • Care Navigators
    Our GP Reception Team are your Care Navigators Help us help you When you need it Specially trained to help you get the right care from the right healthcare professional. The Care Navigator might suggest other professionals that could help you better such as: When booking your appointment, we’ll:
  • Group A streptococcal infection.
    Group A Strep: (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/scarlet-fever/) Make sure you talk to a health professional if your child is getting worse after a bout of scarlet fever, a sore throat, or a respiratory infection. What’s ”getting worse”? This is a good time to remind everyone of the SAM guidance which tells you when to worry about your little person, and who to contact.
  • Patient participation group
    Have your say, join our PPG today!! PPG applications are now OPEN. If you would like to join the PPG please email, [email protected] with your name and contact details.
  • Your views wanted on evening and weekend appointments
    The extended access service, currently provided by Fylde Coast Medical Services, offers GP practice appointments in evenings and at weekends, when our surgery is closed. These services are currently offered from five different sites across the Fylde Coast. However, from 1 October 2022, NHS England has requested that primary care networks (which are networks of GP practices across a small geographical location) take over the running of these services in their local areas. This means there may be some changes to the services for our patients. We hope these changes will actually result in a more accessible service for local… Read more: Your views wanted on evening and weekend appointments
  • Blood pressure checks in pharmacies
    Community blood pressure checks in pharmacies – supporting management of long-term conditions Who is this service for? For people with certain long-term conditions (including diabetes, atrial fibrillation and chronic kidney disease), understanding their blood pressure is a really important part of managing their condition. We know that it is not always easy for people to get their blood pressure taken so we are launching a new service, to be delivered through community pharmacies, to improve this access. What does it involve? People identified as being eligible for this service will be contacted by their GP practice and asked to visit… Read more: Blood pressure checks in pharmacies