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Using your Health Data for Planning & Research

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Delay in roll-out of patient data sharing programme (GPDPR)

Following extensive lobbying by the BMA and RCGP, Government announced a delay to the rollout of GPDPR, with full rollout now expected on 1 September rather than 1 July.  

BMA is now engaged in discussions with NHS Digital and other stakeholders to ensure no additional burden is placed on GPs to facilitate the implementation of this programme and will keep us informed on all next steps that practices will need to take as we approach this deadline.  We3 will update our website when we know more 


National GP Workforce

The BMA has recently published a review of the national GP workforce which shows that the overall number of full time GPs has seen little growth since 2015.  

Between March 2020 to March 2021, the number of older, more experienced GP partners reduced by 546 doctors. The number of patients per practice is 22% higher than it was in 2015, but the GP workforce has not grown with this demand. As a result there are now just 0.46 fully qualified GPs per 1000 patients in England - down from 0.52 in 2015. This is significantly below the average number of physicians per 1000 patients in comparable nations.

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Email Requests

Unfortunately we are unable to accept email requests for GP advice or queries. Please use E-Consult or phone into Reception to make a telephone appointment with the GP


Thank You

Thank you to everyone for your support, patience and gifts during the Coronavirus pandemic.  Your support and thoughtfulness is appreciated hugely by us all at the Practice.


Cancer Care Navigator Service

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Armed Forces Veterans 

Framlingham Medical Practice is an armed forces veteran friendly accredited GP Practice. The Veteran Gateway puts veterans and their families in touch with organisations best placed to help with the information, advice and support they need – from healthcare and housing to employability, finances, personal relationships and more. Please click this link to access the gateway https://www.veteransgateway.org.uk/ 


Correspondence

All correspondence sent to the surgery or handed in at the surgery is opened by staff, including letters addressed to a particular GP.  This allows correspondence to be scanned onto the patient record and forwarded to the most appropriate clinician.   It also ensures that any urgent matters are dealt with immediately.  

All our staff are required to preserve the confidentiality of patients and all matters connected with the Practice at all times.


Extended Hours Appointments

Don’t forget that you can now book a routine GP appointment to be seen at Wickham Market as part of the GP+ service which offer appointments as follows:

· Weekdays: 6:30pm – 9.00pm

· Saturday: 9:00am – 13.00pm

· Bank Holidays: 9:00am – 13:00pm

To book a GP+ appointment please contact Framlingham Medical Practice Reception during our normal surgery opening hours.

 

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