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Please Find below information on our recent CQC Visit

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HEALTH FOR KIDS
A new health promotion website for children aged 5-11 years

Health for Kids website has recently been launched in Nottinghamshire offering information in a fun and interactive way for primary school children, parents/carers and teachers.
The website offers local news on upcoming events, campaigns, blogs, articles and useful information about health services available to children within Nottinghamshire.


Parkrun Practice Event

 

Calling at patients, families, carers and friends

 

 

Sherwood Medical Partnership has recently become the 341st Parkrun practice and to celebrate some staff members and their families/friends will be taking part in a group Parkrun on

 

Saturday 30th March at Sherwood Pines.

at 9:00am

 

We would like to encourage patients, families, friends, carers and even their 4 legged friends to join us at the event.

 

Parkrun is free (except for parking costs) and is for people of all abilities, from first time walkers to experienced runners. For further information and to register go to:

 

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/sherwoodpines/

 

 

Registration only takes a couple of minutes and provides you with your barcodes to join in on the day.

 

We look forward to seeing you there.


Cervical Screening

On Tuesday 5 March 2019, Public Health England, with support from NHS England, launched the first ever national cervical screening campaign targeted at women who are eligible for screening (those aged 25 – 64).

Around 2,600 women are diagnosed with cervical cancer in England each year and around 690 women die from the disease. It is estimated that if everyone attended screening regularly, 83% of cervical cancer cases could be prevented; however, attendance is at a 20-year low, with one in four women in the UK not attending their cervical screening.

Please watch the following link to find out more:



 

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Karma Institute



Hello everybody, A few things.

One-way system - The car park at Crown Medical Centre operates a one-way system in the car park indicated by the signage on entering the car-park. Can all patients please ensure that they follow the one-way system to avoid incidents occurring by failing to do so. Sherwood Medical Partnership can not be held responsible for any loss or injury sustained as a result of failure to follow the one-way system. Thank you


Extended access / Extra Appointments

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 As from the first of December the surgery is involved with the CCG and other surgeries within the locality in providing some appointments between 6:30pm and 8pm, these are bookable two days in advance and are for our patients but also several other surgeries. You will be unable to contact the surgery by phone after 6pm. Sherwood Medical Partnership will be providing appointments every Wednesday and Thursday also with alternate Fridays, The other surgery that you will have access to will be Abbey Medical at Blidworth on Monday, Tuesday and Alternate Fridays. If you require one of these appointments you will need to phone your own surgery to book them, these will not be available online to book, please be mindful that we are operating this service along with other surgeries in the locality so you may be seen by other clinicians, there will be Nurse and GP appointments available’

 *disclaimer, this is a Monday to Friday service however there are certain criteria to be met to book these appointments but you will be advised by your receptionist if it is appropriate for an evening appointment.


Update regarding King's Mill Hospital collections.

Due to our collection times for the hospital we are no longer able to accept urine samples after 2.30 pm


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