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Your GP Cares & Extended Hours

Please take a moment to watch the video on the website below

http://bma.org.uk/working-for-change/your-gp-cares

Improving access to general practice: weekend appointments available

Patients who are registered at this practice can book an appointment to see a GP or nurse at the weekend (Saturday morning) and from 7.30am Thursday (nurse). Talk to the practice receptionist to find out more or book an appointment.

By March 2019 everyone in England will benefit from access to general practice appointments in the evenings and weekends at a time that is most convenient to them. This is part of a national drive to help improve access to general practice and get the best possible outcomes for patients. Further information is available at www.england.nhs.uk/gpaccess

Extended hours appointments are now offered to all patients needing an appointment over the weekend and evenings. These are held at various clinics(see below)
Haywood Hospital, High Lane, Burslem, Stoke-on-Trent, ST6 7AG
Leek Moorlands Hospital, Ashbourne Road, Staffordshire, ST13 5BQ
Bradwell Hospital, Talke Road, Chesterton, Newcastle-under-Lyme, ST5 7NJ
Longton Cottage Hospital, Upper Belgrave Road, Longton, Stoke-on-Trent, ST3 4QX
Hanley Primary Care Access Hub. 69-71 Stafford Street, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1 1LW

Reception staff at Harley Street will be able to arrange these for you at your request. Please note they will need your consent to book these, as the extended access practitioner will need access to your medical records. Receptionists will also ask for a brief reason for the visit and your contact telephone number, which will be treated in strict confidence.

https://www.northstaffsccg.nhs.uk/your-services/extended-primary-care-services

https://www.stokeccg.nhs.uk/stoke-your-services/extended-primary-care-services (this link will open in a new window - popups must be allowed)



 
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