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We will be making changes to our Clinical System between 17 September 2018 - 15 October 2018. Please expect some disruption. We ask for your support whilst we make the transition.



THINK!! Before going to A&E Please contact your GP Surgery in the case of an emergency. The A&E department is under immense pressure therefore contact your GP Surgery first and we will endeavour to do what we can. 
 


Next Patient Participation Meeting (PPG)2018


Will be held on 31st July 2018 at 6.30pm at Upney Lane Surgery. PPG App FORM


 


PATIENT CONSENT – Collecting Prescriptions From 25 May 2018


You will NOT be able to collect a prescription unless you are the named person. If you wish to nominate someone to collect on your behalf.  Please complete and sign the Consent Form Patient Consent- Presc



 





 

Training Practice - Registrars and Training

Barking Medical Group Practice is an accredited training practice. It has been independently assessed as providing a high quality service to be involved in training fully qualified doctors to become future GPs.

During this time you  may be offered an appointment with our GP registrar. The doctors are fully qualified and will have had several years experience in different hospital specialties. They are completing their specialist training in General Practice and will be attached to the practice during this period. Sometimes you may be asked if your consultation with the doctor may be recorded on videotape. This is done to further the doctor's personal training and education. You will always be asked beforehand and you may feel free to say if you prefer for your consultation not to be videoed and  you are entitled to withdraw your consent after the consultation if you have changed your mind. 

The GP Trainers often have particular expertise in another branch of medicine. As well as assisting in the training of young doctors, we believe that this continuous involvement in medical education helps the practice to provide high quality patient care. 


Medical Student

From time to time we have medical students in the practice for practical teaching (part of their training programme). We are keen that no patient feels awkward or embarrassed by the presence of one or two students. Should you feel you would prefer not to have them in your consultation, please feel no anxiety about advising either the reception or doctor. Your wish will be honoured.

 
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