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Out Of Hours Service Changing

Out Of Hours FAQs

Changes to Out Of Hour Drop In Session


From 1st July 2019, patients at this practice, who require medical advice Out of Hours will speak to NHS 111 for initial help and advice. Patients who need to be seen by a Clinician will still be given an appointment or home visit if they are housebound. The service will still have the ability to issue urgent prescriptions, book into appointments at the St Helens Urgent Treatment Centre, offer GP extended access appointment at one of three hubs in the borough along with the ability to link patients into other appropriate services.
This change is due to contractual changes in the way your Practice provides Out of Hours and, in keeping with the national direction of travel to implement NHS 111. NHS St Helens CCG has commissioned Primary Care 24 (PC24) on behalf of your Practice to deliver Out of Hours services. You will continue to receive a safe, high-quality Service
If you need medical advice outside of normal surgery opening hours you can still call the Practice number for information on how to access the Out of Hours Service or you can call NHS111 directly. You can phone 111, 365 days a year, to reach a full range of local health services, including out of hours doctors, community nurses, emergency dental care and late night opening chemists. Calls from landlines and mobile phones are free.

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Protection from meningitis and septicaemia if you are aged 25 or younger and going to university

If you’re planning to go to university, please make an appointment as soon as possible before leaving for university. You are at more risk of meningitis and septicaemia in the first weeks at university when you mix with lots of new people, some of whom may unknowingly carry the meningococcal bacteria, which is usually spread through prolonged close contact.

As the vaccine will also boost your protection against MenC, it replaces the “Freshers’” MenC programme which has been in place for the past year.
If you decide not to have the vaccination please let us know so we can enter this on your medical records.

Further information on the vaccination programme and meningococcal disease can be found on NHS Choices at:http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/vaccinations/Pages/men-acwy-vaccine.aspx

Named GP

From April 2015, all patients have to be allocated a named GP, here at the Practice. Due to the fact that we are a single handed practice, your GP is Dr H M Rahil.

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