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We are closed on December 25th, 26th and January 1st 2020.
The South West Clinical Senate and Citizens’ Assembly are preparing for the next Council meeting which will explore the topic of climate change and how to deliver health care in an environmentally friendly way and would be incredibly grateful if you could answer the following question:
In light of climate change, and our need to reduce carbon emissions, what would be your top three suggestions about how the NHS could deliver environmentally friendly health care services?
Please send your three suggestions to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Surgeries of Glastonbury, Street and Wells will be jointly providing improved access to our combined list of 52,000 patients.
Each Surgery will be providing:
The appointments available will be a mixture of GP, Nurse Practitioner and Practice Nurse. Some routine procedures, currently undertaken during the week, will also be moved to Saturday mornings.Improved Access
This practice records information about you, your health and your treatment, so that you receive the right care. Read how patient record information is held.
Did you know we have a Patient Participation Group?
The purpose of the Patient Participation Group is to help us access and use your ideas for new projects, and gaining your views as to how the practice can improve and develop.Patient Group Page
From 1st April 2015, in line with new regulations, all patients will have a named GP. Please ask at reception if you wish to know who your named GP is.
Read more about Named GPs
Health Connections Mendip is a new health and wellbeing service available to patients. Patients can talk to a health connector at the surgery to find out about local activities, support and services available, and can also arrange one-to-one appointments to speak to a Connector.
Health Connections Mendip page
Mendip Directory of Services
Below is a documentary about Health Connections Mendip:
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Do you have any comments or concerns that you would like to put to us? Would you like to let us know that what we are doing meets with your approval?
Compliments, Concerns, or Comments form
Local services and information to help you choose the right care and support.
Somerset Choices website
You can now view your medical record, book your next appointment, or order your repeat prescription online using Patient Access. Available 24 hours a day, whether you're at home or work, it's especially useful when the practice is closed or telephone lines are busy.
Register online or use the service
Our lifestyles can be more unhealthy than we think. Start the fight back to a healthier you. Take the One You quiz and see how you score.
One You is here to help you get back to a healthier you. Take our quiz to see how you score.
'Choose' Well by choosing the right service. Further details can be found on the Choose Well leaflet. The short video below is all about Choosing the Right Service.
111 is the NHS non-emergency number. It’s fast, easy and free. Call 111 and speak to a highly trained adviser, supported by healthcare professionals.
Use Patient Access to book an appointment, order repeat prescriptions and view your medical record.
How likely are you to recommend this Surgery to friends and family if they needed similar care or treatment? Please spend 2 minutes to take the Friends and Family Test.
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The NHS website. Take control of your health and wellbeing. Get medical advice, information about healthcare services and support for a healthy life.
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