CHANGES TO YOUR REGISTERED GP
Following the recent changes in GP Partners here at TRMC, we have had to readjust each GPs individual patient list size. This will affect approximately 10% of our patients, who will be allocated a different Registered GP.
Nothing will change regarding your healthcare, however if you need to know who you are registered with, please ask.
PATIENTS WILL STILL BE ABLE TO REQUEST TO SEE THE GP OF THEIR CHOICE.
Our aim is to provide first class, comprehensive healthcare covering both treatment and prevention of illness.
The practice has been on this site since 1962. The Surgery buildings have been extended on several occasions and neighbouring properties have been purchased to allow additional space to accommodate a multi skilled team of both professional and support staff and we have just officially opened our new extension.
Our GPs offer a variety of clinical expertise and provide a wide range of patient services. We employ four nurse specialists and an extensive nursing team. In addition, community nurses, midwives, health visitors, dieticians, counsellors and Community Psychiatric Nurses (CPN)are attached to the Practice. Also on site are a pharmacy, a podiatrist, a chiropractor, an audiologist and an acupuncturist.
Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (SCCG)
"GPs hear on a daily basis in their consulting rooms whether services are good or need to improve, and patients and their carers, many of whom frequently use local services, can often identify where and how to make these improvements. It is by using this knowledge and the strong working relationships we have developed over many years with clinicians and colleagues in hospitals, community care, mental health and social care, that as members of this organisation we can commission services that deliver improved health outcomes and better patient experience, especially for those who are the most vulnerable in society." To find out more about the SCCG please follow this link www.somersetccg.nhs.uk .
Keep Calm About Cancer
Bridgwater Bay Health Federation Cancer Awareness Day
Saturday 1st June 2013 11am - 3pm at Bridgwater Town Hall.
This special Cancer Awareness Day is open to everyone and is your opportunity to talk to local organisations on the care, treament and support available in our area.
Please follow this interactice link www.keepcalmaboutcancer.com to find out more.
(Site updated 20/05/2013)