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 Welcome To

 

 

 Bewdley  Medical Centre

 

We have been located in our amazing new Medical Centre

for a year! 

 

 

 

 

Dr Inglis

 

The time has come after almost 30 years at Bewdley Medical Centre, to say goodbye to Dr Iain Inglis as he starts his retirement at the beginning of October.

 

Dr Inglis will be greatly missed and we wish him all the very best in his well earned retirement.

 

Dr Inglis’ usual patients will be reallocated between our new GP's, Dr Gemma Forbes and Dr Sally Wood at the beginning of October.

 

We recognise a change of GP can be unsettling but we are confident that our GPs are a great asset and provide our patients with the highest standard of care.

 

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your cooperation in this transitional period.

 

 

 

 

 

IT IS too BIG to IGNORE!

 Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent infection.

Although anyone can catch flu, certain people are at greater risk from the implications of flu, as their body may not be able to fight the virus.

 

If you are:

  •  pregnant,
  •  65 years or Over,
  •  a child aged 2-3 ,
  •  obese (with BMI>40),
  •  OR suffer from asthma, diabetes or immunosuppression, have a heart, kidney or lung condition, have suffered a stroke or transient ischaemic attack, you are considered at greater risk from flu and the  implications can be serious.

We have walk-in and bookable appointments available at times during the week and at weekends. 

  • Walk-In Clinics (no need to book):
    • Saturdays: 7th October & 14th October -  8 am to 11 am

  • Bookable Appointments:
    • Morning, Evening and Day Appointments from the 25th of September

Please call to make an appointment. 

 

 

 

Dr Tamplin

After 12 years at Bewdley Medical Centre as a Registrar, Salaried GP and currently a GP Partner, Dr Sarah Tamplin will be leaving us at the end of September 2017. Dr Tamplin will be relocating to Pembrokeshire to be near her family. We wish her every success in the move and are sorry to see her leave.

We do recommend that patients keep to a “usual” GP, this helps you build a relationship with your Doctor and ensures continuity of your care. Dr Tamplin’s usual patients will be reallocated to our new GP, Dr Laura Barth, who is replacing Dr Tamplin at the beginning of October and who I am sure you will be very happy with.

If you feel that you would prefer to have a different Doctor as your usual Doctor this is not a problem and reception will be willing to change this for you.

We recognise a change of GP can be unsettling but we are confident that our GPs are a great asset and provide our patients with the highest standard of care.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for your cooperation in this transitional period.


 

 

Improvements to our Appointment System


To improve both patient access to our doctors and for continuity of care we will be making some alterations to our appointment system. These changes took effect in February 2017.

 

The system ensures that patients who need to see a doctor are seen when they want to be seen providing quicker access to the surgery.

 

Patients who need to see a Doctor will have to phone the surgery to book a telephone consultation with the Doctor who will call them back at an agreed time that day.  If necessary, the Doctor will arrange an appointment for you to be seen in the surgery the same day. It will not be possible to book a doctor’s appointment for a future date, as this new system only deals with on-the-day appointments.

 

If you are registered for Online Patient Access you will be able to book your telephone consultation online, on the same day.  Please note that there will be NO changes to how you book an appointment to see a nurse or to book into any of our clinics.

 

As a surgery we feel that this tried and tested system will be fairer for all patients with shorter waiting times and give priority to those who are the most ill and need our services.

 

So in Summary - how does it work?

  • You phone the surgery on the day when you need to be seen and the doctor will call you back at an agreed time
  • The doctor will call you back to discuss your problem with you and agree the best way forward
  • You may only need advice or a prescription, or you may need to see a doctor or nurse.  If necessary the doctor will offer you an appointment the same day



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