GP surgery

GP surgery

A generic UK term for the location where a GP regularly sees patients. A particular group of patients may be managed in the GP’s surgery (office—US) by a nurse or midwife in a particular timeslot during the week; that session is called a clinic.
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Ian Bunting Monklands residents are being reminded to be prepared for GP surgery closures over the following week.
People are being warned to be prepared for GP surgery closures over the festive holidays.
But Labour's analysis of the data from more than 800,000 patients, published in July, showed a 9% increase in patients finding it "not very easy" or "not at all easy" to get through to their GP surgery by phone, along with a 10% fall in patients who found it "very easy" or "fairly easy" to do so.
Supply of an emergency oxygen bag to NHSS GP surgeries consisting of a cylinder and consumables along with service and support required by GP surgery staff.
New students and other young people can get the jabs at their local GP surgery.
Every young person in school years 12 and 13, regardless of whether they are still in education or not, should be contacted by their GP surgery inviting them to attend for the vaccine.
Birmingham Coroner Louise Hunt said she had concerns about the way the GP surgery dealt with the emergency, and is writing a formal report about the incident.
THE site of the former Foleshill Leisure Centre is set to become a GP surgery and accommodation for people with mental illnesses.
The GP surgery may check your identity to prevent the wrong prescription being given out to a patient.
It is urging young people, aged between 10 and 24, to get involved by thinking about their GP surgery and how they feel about it.
A WALLASEY GP surgery has been named among the country's top five practices in a survey.
In part of North Wales, advance physiotherapist practitioners have become the first point of contact at the GP surgery.