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CORONA VIRUS - INFORMATION FOR THE PUBLIC - PLEASE READ LINK BELOW


This website also contains up-to-date advice https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19



FLU VACCINATION 2020


Register your interest for your flu vaccination, we will put your name on a list and contact you when we have dates for the clinics. Contact reception on 01245 347539 

Surgery Feedback

How Did we do Today?

We strive to offer a high level of care ...

It means so much to hear what we have done well and we can learn lots when things haven't gone so well - please let us know your experiences.



There are lots of ways you can feedback...

1. Directly to the staff involved 



2. By contacting our Reception Manager, Jan Brown

Please contact her via reception or write to her via the surgery



3. By completing a feedback form on this website

Please click on the 'Contact Details' icon at the top of the website and click on  'send us your comments and suggestions' under the map


4. By completing a Friends and Family Test

Click here to download a Friends and Family Survey Card to bring into the survey. To reply online please see the 'Friends & Family Survey' under Quick links to the right. Please click this link for foreign language versions foreign language versions



5. By posting a comment on the NHS Website

www.nhs.uk

https://www.nhs.uk/Services/GP/LeaveReview/DefaultView.aspx?id=41539



6. By posting a comment on 'I Want Great Care' website

https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/

iWantGreatCare lets patients leave meaningful feedback on their care, say thank you and help the next patient

It’s a service that is independent, secure and trusted by patients, doctors and hospitals

Feedback is provided on doctors, dentists, hospitals, GP practices, medicines, pharmacies and nursing homes to ensure problems get fixed

https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/gpsurgeries/whitley-house-surgery 





 
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