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Free Wi-Fi now available in the practice. Research and download health information.

 

Single Presciption Charges To Rise On 1st April 2019.

Patients are reminded that on 1st April 2019 there will be a 20p increase in the cost of a single prescription. The price is rising from £8.80 to £9.00.

The cost of prescription prepayment certificates (PPC) are to remain the same at 12months for £104.00 (10 monthly payments of £10.40) or three months for £29.10.

More details of the imminent changes can be found here.

 

Care Quality Commission - Have Your Say

On 15th March 2019, the Practice will be undergoing a CQC inspection. We invite our patients to tell the CQC about the care they have received. This can be done either online at www.cqc.org.uk/yourexperience/Townsend House Medical Centre or by calling 03000 616161. Alternatively we do have comment cards available in the Practice.

 

Care Quality Commission - check out our current ratings

 

Have your say – join our Patient Group

 

Read our latest Patient Group reports & surveys

 

A Day In The Life Of

The practice thought it might be useful to provide a synopsis by the GP's, Receptionists and Nurses of how their working day looks. This has been produced on this basis of a typical day, however, there are days when deviation occurs such as, emergencies that come in at any time and these must take priority over routine work.

 

On Holiday?

Away on your holidays but forgotten to pack your medicine? Don't panic, the answer lies below:

On Holiday?

 

Friends And Family Test Results 

As a practice, patient feedback is invaluable to us and we're really proud of what you have to say about us. Below you will find the results of a Friends And Family Test from October 2018.

Friends and Family Test

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