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Dr Tudor will be retiring as a partner of Church Street Surgery on 30 September 2017.  He will be returning in November as a visiting GP but will not be available for any telephone or surgery consultations.  Patients who usually have Dr Tudor as their named GP will be transferred to Dr Alan Pestridge and Dr Aditi Pandit (f).  However if you see another doctor in the practice please let reception know and we can change your named GP to one of your choice.

Dr Gates will be returning to our Bewdley Site at the end of September 2017 after spending the last 12 months at Church Street.  We now delighted to have a new GP partner Dr Mary-Ann Bowen - all patients currently registered with Dr Gates will be transferred to Dr Bowen - however if you see another doctor in the practice please let reception know and we can change your named GP to one of your choice.

Appointments

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To improve the quality of service that we provide for our patients we have an appointment system known as “Patient Access”. 
You initial contact with a GP will be a telephone consultation and to arrange this you will need to speak to reception or book online to arrange a phone call with a GP who will phone you back to discuss the problem and if necessary arrange a face to face appointment.

You should phone us ON THE DAY that you wish to be seen rather than having to plan ahead like you do now.  This will allow us to see you sooner and reduce the waiting times to contact a GP.

 What are the benefits? 

  • Quicker access to a GP
  • Decision for appointment will be between the patient and GP
  • You will have a booked telephone consultation with the GP in a specific time slot
  • No wasted journeys to the surgery when you don’t need to come in
  • Fairer system for all patients
  • There will be no change to the booking of nurse appointments
  • If there is a medical reason you are unable to use a phone, please tell reception

 

 

 
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