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PLEASE NOTE THE PRACTICE IS NOW ROTYON & COMPTON FAMILY PRACTCE PLEASE US THE TELEPHONE NO.:  0161 357 2315

ON-LINE PATIENT SERVICES

We would like to thank you for your patience during the merger and the problems we have been experiencing with the phone lines. 

If any Patients previously registered for the Patient On-Line Services are unable to gain access please Email:  OLDCCG.patientcontact@nhs.net .  Patients from The Parks Medical Practice who use the NHS App are being advised to re-register the service for use at Royton & Crompton Family Practice.

We apologise for any inconvenience.

PATIENTS ATTENDING FOR APPOINTMENTS AT THE PRACTICE

We are still operating a telephone triage appointment system only and patients should only attend the surgery if they have a pre-arranged appointment.  Where patients have been advised to attend the surgery they should follow infection control guidance, use hand sanitiser provided and adhere to social distancing to minimise the risk of Covid-19.

PLEASE WEAR A FACE COVERING IF YOU HAVE TO VISIT THE PRACTICE

Unless advised otherwise by a GP or Clinician, patients who have been asked to attend a Face to Face appointment should bring their own face covering; this can be a face mask or a scarf.  It should be applied before entering the building and worn at all times while in the building and only removed if to do so by a GP or another Clinician during your consultation.

Please do not attend your appointment if you are unwell or you or any member of your household are suffering from symptoms associated with Covid-19, you should contact the surgery by telephone to re-arrange your appointment.

If you need to order your prescription where possible please order on-line, if you do not have on-line access you can contact the surgery to register for this. You can also ask your nominated pharmacy to order your prescription on your behalf. Otherwise contact the surgery by telephone, wherever possible do not visit the surgery.

For Advice for Parents during Coronavirus use link below:

Advice for Parents during Coronavirus

FOR MORE CORONAVIRUS INFOMATION PLEASE SEE HOME PAGE

The Parks Medical Practice would like to thank Carl Foster of All Building Services for the donation of PPE Visors.  It was very much appreciated. 

 

A veteran is someone who has served in the armed forces for at least one day. There are around 2.6 million veterans in the UK.

When servicemen and women leave the armed forces, their healthcare is the responsibility of the NHS.

It is highly important for continuing healthcare that you register with an NHS GP and remember to tell them you've served. Telling the GP practice about your veteran status will trigger the transfer of your full medical documentation from the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to your GP and enable you to benefit from veteran-specific services, like prosthetics and mental health.

You shouldn't be disadvantaged from accessing appropriate health services, so it is important that you notify your current GP that you are moving, particularly if you are on a waiting list of medical treatment, so that this information can be transferred across.

All veterans are entitled to priority access to NHS care (including hospital, primary or community care) for conditions associated to their time within the armed forces (service-related). However this is always subject to clinical need and does not entitle you to jump the queue ahead of someone with a higher clinical need.

If you have served in the armed forces and are registered with this practice, please let us know as soon as possible if you have not already so that we can code your record.  We will also ask you to complete a questionnaire relating to your service history, which will only be added to your medical record and will be completely confidential. We can then ensure appropriate referrals are noted with your status as a military veteran, so that you may receive priority access, should this be appropriate.

 

NHS Mental Health Care for Veterans

 
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