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The Practice are arranging for home blood pressure monitors to be professionally checked by the same company who check the Practice equipment. If you would like your monitor checked there will be a charge of 5 payable on collection. Cash only. Please drop your machines off, between Monday 23rd October Thursday 26th October 2017, at reception clearly labelled with your name and phone number. Monitors will be ready for collection after Tuesday 31st October 2017.

We are pleased to announce that Dr Ailsa Cormack has recently accepted a post at UCLAN University Medical School as a GP Tutor; she will therefore be reducing her hours with us in Practice. Her working days will now be Mondays, Thursdays and half day Fridays.

We are also pleased to announce that as a result of this Dr Katherine Thompson has increased her hours. Her working days will now be all day Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays.

Many thanks for your ongoing support,

Irwell Medical Practice

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Receptionists will ask all patients for brief details of the reason for their appointment. This is to ensure that patients are seen in the right clinic, with the correct clinician. The receptionists are not being intrusive are bound by the rules of confidentiality; they are merely doing their job as requested by our GP’s in order to offer a more streamlined and efficient service for ALL of our patients.

Patient Data Sharing

Ask medicalA new patient data information sharing system has started. Easy read information here. Sharing of patient data will be used by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) to help support comissioning, public health planning and research primarily. HSCIC will be able to extract patient data directly from our clinical system and hold this information securely. To find out more about this information sharing please read the leaflet here. Additionally there are some frequently asked questions that might provide more information, please click here for these. If you object to your data being shared either outside the practice and/or disclosed by HSCIC then please use the attached form here to opt out of this process. All forms need to be returned to the surgery reception. Please note if you have already opted out of the summary care record sharing you will still need to complete this form to opt out of this sharing of information.

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