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IMPORTANT PATENT INFORMATION

Proposed Practice Boundary Change:

We are submitting an application to reduce our practice boundary area. Please read our latest Patient Newsletter for more information and to view the map detailing the proposed new boundary.

Patients who are already registered with the practice will NOT need to re-register, unless they are living outside of our current practice boundary. 

Please let us have your comments on this proposal using the form below, which can be emailed using the email address below, or dropped into the surgery:

SKCCCG.strichardsroadsurgery.nhs.uk

Practice Boundary Change Proposal Feedback Proforma

Patient Online Access:

The practice now offers additional appointment via the Deal HUB Monday to Friday.  Access to the Deal HUB is via your GP Practice and we will contact you to make an appointment if your presenting condition fits their referral criteria. 

There may also be evening and weekend appointments at other HUB locations e.g. Dover and Folkestone.

Additional Appointments Poster

Drug and Device information and recalls:

Please see Further Information section (to the right of this screen).

Practice Leaflet:

Practice Leaflet (Oct-18)

Surgery Opening and Closure Information:

  • These can now be found under opening times.  This includes a downloadable list of our extended opening dates and times for 2019.

Patient Participation - your surgery needs you:

  • We have an active group of patients who meet with us to review and develop the services we offer.
  • For more details see the 'Patient Group' section to the right of this webpage, or
  • If you have some time and would like to join us, please contact Jane Gent, Practice Manager, to find out how you can get involved.

 

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