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Welcome to Queens Park Surgery

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Coronovirus Pandemic

Please be aware we are trying to reduce the foot fall of patients entering the surgery

1. Please telephone the surgery with any queries

2. We are triaging appointments by telephone to reduce face to face consultations

3. Face to face consultations will only be done when necessary

Flu vaccinations

Flu appointments for our patients aged 65 years and over and those in an 'at risk' group are now available for booking by calling the surgery on 01277 626446. If you are registered for online services you can also log on and book an appointment direct. (Please note appointments will be at The New Surgery, Stock Road CM12 0AH due to social distancing requirements.)

In a phased approach, people aged 50 - 64 who are not in a clinical risk group are to be offered the vaccine later in the season - likely in November or December when additional vaccine stock becomes available.

There has been a reported increase in enquiries from people aged 50 to 64 to GP practices and community pharmacies about the vaccination. If you are in this newly eligible group, please do not contact your practice or pharmacy about the vaccination or to try to book an appointment for a flu jab at this time.

Appointment Demand

To help us manage the demand for appointments and maintain a high quality service please see the attached notice.

Appointment Management

'My Personal Health Record'

Please find attached the Personal Health Record developed by local patients for patients to use. Let us know what you think so that we can pass on your feedback.

"The purpose of this document is to enable a person to be able to access immediately key information regarding their own health status; and just as importantly, to enable anyone who might be called upon to render assistance to such a person, to do so in a safe and effective manner."

My Personal Health Record           Guidance Notes       

Paper copies of the above can be requested from reception

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