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Continuity Counts Project

Wallingbrook Health Group is one of five GP practices taking part in a research project run by St Leonard’s Research Practice, Exeter.

The project aims to improve continuity between registered patients and their personal doctors in order to achieve health improvements and increase patient satisfaction.

Wallingbrook would like to invite patients to attend a Patient Seminar on:

Thursday 5 December 2019 at 2pm, at Wallingbrook Surgery.

You will learn about the project, learn about the research on continuity of care and have the opportunity to share your own views and experience.

We look forward to seeing you.

Consult with you GP online using eConsult

eConsult is a platform that Wallingbrook Health Group provides to allow patients to consult with their own NHS GP simply by completing a quick online form. It helps our GPs to deliver better access to our registered NHS patients by providing a round-the-clock portal where patients can enter their symptoms and receive instant self-help advice, together with signposting to NHS 111, pharmacies and other healthcare services.

Click here to start your consultation or here for further information about the service.

 

 

Access to  your medical records

The Access to Health Records Act 1990 and Data Protection Act give patients / clients / staff or their representatives a right of access, subject to certain exemptions, to their health records.  Wallingbrook Health Group respects the rights of individuals to have copies of their information wherever possible. 

No information will be released without your consent unless we are legally obliged to do so.

For further information please download a copy of the Access to Medical Records Leaflet and the Subject Access Request Form.

Medical records may be emailed to you via the secure NHSmail encryption service.  For more information on accessing these email please see the Accessing Encrypted Emails Guide for Non-NHSmail users.

 
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