Dr Chris Loxley, Dr Stuart Shields & Dr Stephanie Johnson
From 1st August our early day (7.30 am) will be on a Tuesday with a GP, Nurse Practitioner and a Health Care Assistant or Nurse all on duty.
Please see the Clinics & Services tab for our usual doctors rota, or the attachment on the Noticeboard
Out of hours emergency cover:
Please telephone our usual number 01480 860770 and your call will be diverted to NHS 111.
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:
From 31st March 2015, along with EMIS online access to make appointments and order repeat prescriptions online, patients are now able to view blood test results using a secure log in. For more information, email:
Our latest Newsletters have news and updates from the Surgery, available from the link below.
The latest Patient Survey Results Action Plan is published below. If you have any further suggestions, please feel free to contact the Surgery on 01480 860770.
Patient Survery 2015 Results:You may have been sent a survey asking for your opinion on our patient services. A huge thank you to those of you who fed back information, the results are now available from the GP Patient Survey website by clicking on the following link https://gp-patient.co.uk/.
Opening Hours:From AUGUST OUR EARLY APPOINTMENTS WILL BE ON A TUESDAY! These appointments from 7.30 am help patients who work and other commitments and need to visit the surgery outside our usual hours. Early appointments will be staffed with a GP, a Nurse Practitioner annd a Health Care Assistant or Nurse on duty.
Avoid waiting in A&E: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.
Message from Dr David Roberts:As my retirement D-day approaches at the end of July, there is still plenty to do to hand over the reins of managing the practice and patient care to my wonderful colleagues and successors at Great Staughton Surgery. Dr Stephanie Johnson, Dr Chris Loxley and Dr Stuart Shields will make a worthy team with all the fantastic staff in the practice, leaving me happy and content that the practice has a great future providing quick and friendly access to the best care that we have always aspired to. I wish the practice every best wish for the future. As for me, after a holiday at the beginning of August, my immediate task will be to declutter my brain and home and think about what the future holds. There are some interesting things ahead - if you are interested to know more, please follow this page, post a picture and (hopefully nice) comment to remind me of you, and let me know what is happening with you in the future. I promise not to post pictures of my breakfast and tell you every time I sneeze, but hopefully future updates will be of interest. Please do keep in touch, https://www.facebook.com/drrobertsgoesforth?ref=hl.
Named Accountable GP:From 1st April 2015, practices have been required to allocate a named accountable GP to all their patients. Your Named Accountable GP will be the same doctor as your Registered GP; however if you wish to change this we will do our best to accommodate this so please let us know. Please remember that you are always free to book your appointment with whoever you wish, regardless of your registered GP, and this may change according to the type of health issue you have.
Passport Countersigning:From November 2014, GP can no longer countersign passport photographs. For information on who is now able to sign, click on the link: https://www.gov.uk/countersigning-passport-applications website.
What's New?: We're proud to annouce the arrival of our automated appointment "booking-in" screen for patients, which arrived in later 2014. This will help reception during busy morning surgeries, allowing patients to book themselves in for their appointments during busy times.
Friends and Family Test (FFT): From 1st December 2014 all GP practices will be asking their patients "How likely are you to recommend our GP practice to friends and family if they needed similar care and treatment?". This is a way of gathering feedback, so please feel free to fill in a form and drop it in the box provided. Please note this is not compulsory and all responses will be anonymous.
Unused prescription medicines cost NHS England approximately £300million each year. This money could be used for front 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. NHS Choices website also gives patients the opportunity to provide Surgery feedback on their website, see the following link: http://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/GP/Great-Staughton/Results/4/-0.355/52.269/4/8881?distance=25.