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|Ante-Natal Clinic||Midwife and Doctors|
Benhill Ave - Monday 1.30pm - 2.30pm
Belmont - Thursday 9.00am - 9.30am
|Well Baby Clinic||Health Visitors|
Every Tuesday 9.30am – 11.30am
Manor Park Children’s Centre
Myrtle Road, Sutton, Surrey SM1 4BX
Tel: 020 8405 2070
Every Tuesday 10.00am – 11.30am
It is the policy of this practice to encourage full immunisation and regular baby checks.
|Family Planning Clinic||Benhill Ave - Tuesday 3.00pm - 3.40pm|
|Minor Surgery||Dr. Malik, Practice Nurse|
By prior appointment from your GP
|Phlebotomy Clinic||Blood Tests are available every Wednesday at 54 Benhill Avenue for our patients registered at either Benhill or Belmont between 8.30am - 11.00am. Please make an appointment by telephoning 0208 642 8011.|
|Asthma and Diabetes||By appointment|
|Well Man/Woman Checks||By appointment|
|Travel Vaccinations||By appointment|
|MMR Decision Aid||
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IMPORTANT: Please note we do NOT offer Hepetitis B or any other occupational health vaccinations on the NHS.
The Doctors are able to provide certain services not covered by the NHS, e.g. certain medical examinations, driving licence forms, insurance reports, special letters etc. These services are subject to a fee.
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You do not require a doctor's sickness certificate for any illness lasting 7 days or less. Your employer may, however, require you to complete a self-certification form which is available from your employer or at our reception. For any illness lasting longer than 7 days you will need to see the doctor for him or her to issue a certificate.
You may not need to see your doctor in person if we already have a written report relating to your illness from another doctor, eg a consultant. Subsequent sickness certificates can sometimes be done over the telephone but will often require a further appointment to review the situation.
This is a scheme designed to provide NHS funded treatments, from pharmacies, for specific minor /common health problems.
The minor ailment scheme is commissioned in Sutton, by NHS England.
The service migrated from the former Sutton and Merton PCT to NHS England and as such remains a Sutton and Merton service. Service specification is a bit out of date but is under review and we have been advised that they are currently extending the service to include more pharmacists.
If a pharmacy runs the scheme, the pharmacist will be assess your needs, give you advice, suggest medicines if appropriate, and refer you to a GP if necessary.
If you normally pay a prescription charge, this charge will apply here. If you're exempt from prescription charges – if you're under 16 or over 60, for example, or if you have a prescription prepayment certificate (PPC) – you won't pay for the medicine.
There is a set list of conditions which are covered under the scheme
|CONDITIONS COVERED BY THE SCHEME|
|Indigestion/Heart Burn/Tummy Upset|
|Insect Bites and Stings|
|Oral Ulceration and Inflammation|
|Acute Bacterial Conjuctivitis|
Not every pharmacy in Sutton will provide the service, indications are that about a third of Sutton’s pharmacies provide the service but as there is no list we can’t be sure how accurate that figure.
Work is being carried out to get an up to date list.
Best advice, for now is, until we have a list is to ask your local pharmacy if they run the scheme.
The Health Yourself to Health programme is for disadvantaged, migrant and minority ethnic communities within Sutton. Health Yourself to Health aims to motivate and empower participants, promote self-care, improve lifestyle, reinforce positive health behaviours and reduce health inequalities within the Polish, Urdu and Tamil communities. Comprises of a health education course and outreach engagement sessions.
Courses will take place once a week for six weeks, for approximately 3 hours in community venues. Aim to improve knowledge of NHS Services and how to access them appropriately, raise the awareness of key health prevention messages and help participants take control of their general health and wellbeing, and of their families.
Sutton CCG is working with Sutton and Merton LiveWell to ensure successful delivery of the programme. Health Advocacy workers with existing relations within the Polish, Urdu and Tamil communities will be trained to deliver courses and recruit participants.
Programme will start in April 2016 and include:
The Patient Online project will improve GP online services such as online appointments, repeat prescriptions and access to medical records. It aims to increase the number of patients using the online service, and free up telephone lines for patients who do not use computers, tablets or smartphones.
Sutton CCG are working with GP Practices to increase the number of appointments available online, and improve patients access to their medical records. Patient guides have been produced to make the process as simple as possible.
Practices will continue to promote online services. Local groups and organisations are being ask to promote online services in their newsletters. CCG and GP Practices are holding patient information sessions across the borough to promote services.
Would Patient Reference Group members be happy to help promote Patient Online within their Practices and beyond?
The Patient Education sessions are planned activities designed to improve patient’s health, knowledge and awareness of the importance and benefits of self-care. The main purpose is to maintain or to improve patient health. Informed and educated patients actively participate in their own health management and treatment which can help identify areas for improvement and improve health outcomes.
Current demand in general Practice places considerable pressure on workload for clinicians, especially with regard to proactive education with patients. Patient education is a key aspect of patient care, especially with regard to long term conditions and the multi-disciplinary approach that is often a requirement for sustained quality of life and improved health outcomes.
Sutton CCG and GP Practices are working together to recruit teams, colleagues and groups from across general practice, pharmacy, public health, social services, community services, acute trust, schools and colleges and the voluntary sector to provide pro-active health education. Topics will include:
Sessions will take place on a monthly basis in community venues, lasting approximately two hours. Session will include short talks and information stalls in market place style. Stands will be manned by local professionals who are able to inform and support patients, carers and their families.
Patients needing extra support, or are at risk of, will be identified by GP Practices and invited to attend sessions. They will be encouraged to bring family, friends or carers who support them. Planned sessions include:
Sutton’s BCF plans for 2016/17 will continue to build on the good work commenced in 2015/16 around our key priority areas of:
In addition the following new areas of work have been chosen for a targeted approach in 2016/17:
These five target areas will form the basis of our workplans for 2016/17 and will support Sutton to work towards meeting the BCF national conditions.
If you would like to provide feedback, or learn more about the Better Care Fund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org