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Practice Merger

Read about the practice merger HERE

CQC

We have recently been audited for CQC.

Please CLICK HERE for our results.

 

Please follow the link below to take you to the Friends & Family Test Survey

Friends and Family Test

 Or go to our news section for the reports

 

Community Health Services Consultation Report

Please CLICK HERE to see the report.

 

IT/ Electronic Patient Records: Practice Statement of Intent

Please go HERE to see our Statement of Intent.

 

British Lung Foundation

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"Leading the fight against Lung Disease"

Please visit them HERE!

 

Important Changes to how we handle your personal data

Please go HERE to see the changes and what you can do about it.

 

Summary Care Record

Find otu more about this HERE.

2014 Annual Patient Survey Results

The results of our 2013/14 patient survey can be found on the PPG page HERE.

Local Care Record

What is the Connecting Care Local Record?

The Connecting Care Local Record is a new way for staff who are directly involved in your care to share relevant information about your care in a way that is both controlled and consistent.

Later this year, health and social care professionals across Bristol, South Gloucestershire and North Somerset will be able to access the Connecting Care Record.

This is a single electronic view of specific, up-to-date, information relating to your care. It shows doctors and nurses a summary of your existing records, such as those at your GP, hospital or social care provider.

By having a Connecting Care Record, health and social care staff who are caring for you will be able to coordinate and manage your care better.

For more information, please visit the North Somerset Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) website at:
http://www.northsomersetccg.nhs.uk/your-health-and-local-services/your-information/connecting-care-local-record.aspx



 
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