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Noticeboard

The Surgery will be closed from 12.30pm for staff training on

6th December 2017

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If you are registering to join the Practice online or changing your personal details online, you will need to bring in supporting documents as evidence before we are able to proceed with your application.
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If you would like to join our Patient Participation Group please contact 01933 412777.

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It is important that you keep us up-to-date with your contact details. If your mobile number or address changes, please let us know.

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We provide online services - you can access a summary of your medical records, order repeat prescriptions and  request a routine appointment online. If you would like to sign up to online access, please ask for details at reception. (Please note that internet access is for routine matters only. If you require an emergency appointment, please contact our receptionists on 01933 412777)

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The Friend & Family Test helps us gain important feedback from our patients. These short questionnaires can be completed online (following the link on the right), by telephone, or by filling in the form at reception.

Your feedback is always appreciated.

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Staff Training

Staff at Higham Ferrers Surgery participate in Protected Learning Time Sessions. This means the Surgery will be closed for one afternoon a month (please see left side of page for dates we are closed for training).  If you do require urgent medical attention or advice when the Surgery is closed, please contact NENEDOC (telephone number above).

Higham Ferrers Surgery obtained training practice status on the 1st August 2011 something we are very proud of. This means qualified Doctors spend periods of between 4 months and a year with the practice and take part in surgeries and home visits. These GP Registrars are fully qualified and work in the surgery to gain experiance in General Practice.

Occasionally these GP's may wish to video their consultations for training purposes only. The recording will only be seen by the GP and their tutor (Dr Onimole) and once viewed it will be erased. Your permission is needed in order for the doctor to video the consultation and you will be asked to sign a consent form to say that you agree to the recording. If you do not want to be recorded while your consultation is taking place then you do not have to.



 
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