Welcome to Meadowcroft Surgery
As of Monday 15th June 2020 - if you are attending the surgery for ANY REASON you MUST wear a FACE COVERING OR MASK.
Please see this link on how to make your own mask https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-52609777
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We are trying to maintain a service as close to normal as possible during these difficult times. If you have concerns regarding ANY health condition, please feel to book a call with one of our clinicians. This is even more important for those with exisiting long-term medical conditions and children.
We are committed to providing timely care that addresses any immediate need and where possible provide continuity of care by providing appointments with your usual GP or the clinician who has been dealing with a particular problem. We are also committed to:
- Promoting preventative medical care and seek to engage with you to help manage Long Term Conditions in an effective way
- Helping you access our surgery by adopting a variety of ways to book appointments and see a variety of clinicians
Our approach - The Patient Services Team are trained to ask you questions to about your condition in order to identify the most appropriate clinician and appointment for you – which might not be with a doctor. We are committed to trying to provide a continuity of care with the clinician that has seen you for a particular problem as evidence shows this produced better outcomes. However, where your need is urgent or cannot wait for an appointment with that clinician we will identify the most appropriate person to meet that need.
Our Team - We are proud that we have a skilled team of clinicians including 10 GPs, a physician’s associate, a clinical pharmacist, an emergency practitioner, 7 Nurses (including a community nurse), a Midwife and 3 healthcare assistants, all trained to provide a varied and focused service to meet a variety of medical needs. This team are supported by a Administrative and Patient Services Team.