Dr David Roberts & Dr Stephanie Johnson
Our Practice Charter
Please see this under the "Patient Group" tab.
Summary Care Record (SCR) is an electronic record of important information about a patient’s health. It holds information about current medications, allergies and any bad reactions to medicines. Great Staughton Surgery now uploads Summary Care Records which, with the patient's permission and only when necessary, may be viewed by healthcare agencies such as the hospital and Out of Hours. For further information, please ask reception. You can also phone the Summary Care Record Information Line on 0300 123 3020 or visit the website at www.nhscarerecords.nhs.uk.
Alternatively contact the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) at on tel: 01480 428964 / mob: 07711 384911 / email:
NHS Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is looking at ways it can increase awareness of the range of urgent care services in the region. As part of this it has launched a short public survey that aims to gather information and feedback from local residents on their knowledge and use of these services at present. This will enable the CCG to target future campaigns to the appropriate audiences and help encourage local residents to choose the right service for their condition. Please take a couple of minutes to complete the survey online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/capccg-urgentcare. Copies of the survey will also be available at GP Surgeries, MIIU’s and Walk In Centres and A&E departments across the region.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE - COMPUTER UPGRADE:On Wednesday 3rd September we're upgrading our computers to a more advanced system. However, the there may be an impact on services - please bear with us.On Tuesday 2 September we'll closing our computers at 5pm. This means we won't be seeing patients or dispensing medication from 5pm.On Wednesday 3 September we're running a reduced service, however Duty Doctors will manage emergencies and Nurses will see patients for urgent appointments, together an on-call Doctor from 12.30 onwards.The Dispensary won't be dispensing medication on the afternoon of Tuesday 2 September or the morning of Wednesday 3 September. If the Doctor prescribes medication, we will provide a paper prescription to take to a chemist. The Dispensary will be open for patients collecting pre-ordered repeat medication: please ensure you order in time for August Bank Holiday by giving us 2 weeks notice for repeat prescriptions if possible.On Thursday 4 September and Friday 5 September it SHOULD be business as usual, however our Doctors and staff will be working with a new system which will take time to learn. PLEASE be patient as we may take a little longer!Our new system will be an improvement and will help improve patient care. Thank you.
We now have early appointments which begin at 7.30 am on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday mornings. These help patients who work and other commitments and need to visit the surgery outside our usual hours. Early appointments will be staffed as follows:
Avoid waiting at A&E!
Remember Tracey our Nurse Practitioner is trained to deal with minor injuries, so please phone us and avoid visiting A&E by seeing Tracey or one of our Doctors on duty.
Training Closure Afternoon Dates: The Surgery will be closed from 12.30 for staff training on Thursday 16th October 2014, 28 January 2015, and 19th February 2015. Alternative arrangements have been made on these dates for medical emergencies.
Help the Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG). The CCP are looking at ways it can increase awareness of the range of urgent care services in our region. It has launched a short survey that aims to gather information and feedback from local residents on their knowledge and use of present services. This will enable the CCG to target future campaigns to the appropriate audiences and help encourage local residents to choose the right service for their condition. Please take a couple of minutes to complete the survey online at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/capccg-urgentcare.
Unused prescription medicines cost NHS England approximately £300million each year. This money could be used forfront line services to benefit everyone. Only order the medicines you need!- Let us know if you stop taking any medicines;- Check what medicines you have before re-ordering;- Don't tick all the boxes for repeat prescriptions;- If you go to hospital, take your medicines with you;- Don't share your medicines with others.
Patient Surveys! Please see the Patient Group tab to access latest results.