Ifield Medical Practice
New Computer System
We have upgraded our clinical computer system which will help us to give a better service to all our patients. The system went live on 18 November. Please bear with all staff during this period of transition as it will take time for them to adjust to the new computers.
How are we doing?
Did you get great care last time you attended the surgery. Please give us your feedback at: www.iwantgreatcare.org
Flu Season is here again and we will be starting our flu clinics on 6 October. If you are eligible for a flu vaccination (see below), please call the surgery to make an appointment.
Adults are eligible for a flu vaccinationif they:
-are aged 65 or over on 31st March 2015
-have chronic respiratory, heart,kidney, liver or neurological disease
-have diabetes of either type
-suffer from Immunosuppression,Asplenia or dysfunction of the spleen
-are a Carer (in receipt of acarer’s allowance or are the main carer of an elderly of
disabled person whose welfaremay be at risk if the carer falls ill)
Chil dren are eligible for a flu vaccinationif they:
-are aged 2-4 years old(inclusive)on 1stSeptember 2014
-are older than 6 months and inany of the groups listed under adults above
NHS England are introducing a program to extract patient medical records from our clinical system on a monthly basis. They are doing this under powers brought in in the Health and Social Care Act 2012. The aim is to provide timely, accurate information to clinicians and commissioners about the treatments and care provided by the NHS. For more details and an opt-out form click here
The Ifield Medical practice is a group of six doctors - three female and three male - working as a general partnership known as Ifield Medical practice. The partnership cares for around 10,000 patients.
The practice has been approved for GP and medical student training. Each year one or more fully qualified doctors with experience in hospital medicine may spend time with the practice as part of their preparation to become general practitioners. They share all aspects of patient care and the partners welcome their contribution to the team. Occasionally, medical students, district nurses in training and student community midwives may also spend time with the practice.
If you are unwell out of hours, please Choose Well and choose the most appropriate service.
Thank you to all of you who took part in our 2013-14 Patient Survey - please click here to view the results and action plan.
Ifield Medical practice welcomes new patients - to find out how to register click here .
Our Patient Access is now working. We apologise for the recent inconvenience.
(Site updated 03/12/2014)