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**ALL OUR PATIENTS CAN NOW ACCESS GP AND PRACTICE NURSE APPOINTMENTS EVERY DAY - INCLUDING WEEKENDS AND AFTER 6.30PM DURING THE WEEK!**

THIS SERVICE IS BEING PROVIDED BY OUR LOCAL FEDERATION - PLEASE SPEAK TO A MEMBER OF STAFF FOR FURTHER DETAILS OR TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT WITH THIS SERVICE, WHICH OPERATES FROM THE FAMILY SURGERY IN BIRKDALE

Please read the IMPORTANT information regarding the Summary Care Record, which goes live in September 2014

Please REGISTER AT THE PRACTICE for on-line access to pre-book GP appointments and order REPEAT medications

 

Latest News

Friends and Family Testing has come to The Hollies Surgery!!

The Government and NHS want to hear your views on the service you receive at The Hollies Surgery

Please share your views and opinions with us - there are questionnaires in the Waiting Room and we will also send a number out to patients who are less able to pop in

The Questionnaires are anonymous, however, if you want us to share your views in the Waiting Room or on our website, please give us consent and leave your name

We are in the process of adding an electronic link for the Questionnaire to be completed on-line so watch this space!

Making the Most of our NHS Care Budget

Not everyone is aware that the Practice has a Care Budget, which is used to pay for all the medications we prescribe and all the hospital appointments and procedures

Please help us to make the most out of our budget - if you no longer take a medication please let us know so that we can make sure our records are correct and that we do not pay for a medication you don't want

We are also charged for hospital appointments which are cancelled late, either on the day or on the day before the appointment. If you receive a hospital appointment that you cannot attend, or no longer need - please remember to cancel it! 

 

 

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