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Practice & Dispensary Afternoon Closure for Staff Training - Tuesday 18th June 2024

The Practice and the Dispensary will be CLOSED for staff training from 12:30pm on Tuesday 18th June 2024, reopening at 8.30 am on Wednesday 19th June 2024.

If you have an urgent health care need during this time that cannot wait until the Practice reopens, please call 111.

WEARING A FACE MASK IN THE PRACTICE

ALTHOUGH GUIDANCE HAS CHANGED REGARDING THE WEARING OF MASKS, THE PRACTICE HAS TAKEN THE DECISION TO RECOMMEND PATIENTS CONTINUE TO WEAR A MASK WHILST WAITING FOR DISPENSARY OR IN THE WAITING ROOM.  THE PRACTICE CONTINUES TO SUFFER WITH STAFF ABSENCES AND WE HOPE CONTINUING WITH THIS PRECAUTION WILL HELP MANAGE THIS AND ENSURE CONTINUITY OF CARE TO PATIENTS.

WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR CO-OPERATION & UNDERSTANDING.

 Bottisham Medical Practice 

 Patient Participation Group Meeting

 Thurday 27th June at 6:30pm

The Surgery Waiting Room, Bottisham Medical Practice

Dr Tamara Keith will talk about the menopase

How do you know you maybe be in the menopause?

What is Perimenopause?

Do I need a blood test?

What can I do about it?

What should I do about it?

There will be an opportunity for questions, but personal medical advice will not be given as this would not be a confidential enviornment. 

 

Antenatal Care at the Rosie Hospital, Cambridge

Have you recently found out that you're pregnant and would like to have your care with the Rosie Hospital?

You can self-refer directly to arrange your first booking appointment and scan by downloading and completing the form here or scan the QR Code on the leaflet below, then email it to the booking administration team cuh.cmwnewbooking@nhs.net.

Patients without digital access or who need a translator should call 01223 348981.

Please email your self-referral form or telephone the team as soon as possible following a postitive pregnancy test.

Your Antenatal Care at the Rosie Hospital

Expanding the Practice Team

Did you know that, in addition to your GP, there are other health professionals in general practice who can help you get the right care?  Additional staff have been recruited into healthcare roles at general practices including pharmacists, paramedics and physiotherapists.  This means that at Bottisham Medical Practice we now have an expanded team of health professionals to help you get the right care when you need it, in addition to seeing your GP or practice nurse. 

If you need to see a GP, you will always be offered an appointment, however having a range of health professionals at your general practice means you can receive the most appropriate care for your condition as quickly as possible.  Here at Bottisham Medical Practice the team now includes the following roles:-

First Contact Physiotherapists provide patients with expert diagnosis and treatment for musculoskeletal conditions and can prevent the need for referral to hospital.

Clinical Pharmacists  provide expert advice around medicines. If you are experiencing side effects from your medicines, your clinical pharmacist will work with you to find a solution. If you are taking several different medicines, the clinical pharmacist can help make sure they are working well together. Clinical Pharmacists can manage chronic diseases and support patients with the medication for these conditions.

Social Prescribers specialise in referring people to services outside the NHS which offer the opportunity for health, wellbeing, and practical and emotional support. In a general practice setting a social prescriber can take the time to talk about what matters to you and support you to find suitable activities that are a better alternative to medication. They connect people to community groups and services for practical and emotional support.

Paramedics can provide advice, help assess and triage calls from patients, make home visits for urgent assessment and manage minor illness.

Visit www.nhs.uk/GPservices to find out more.

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Bottisham Medical Practice

Tunbridge Lane
Bottisham
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire
CB25 9DU
 
 
(By car, access to the surgery is via Ancient Meadows)
 
Patient & visitor parking available on site
 
FOR URGENT ENQUIRIES, PLEASE TELEPHONE OUR RECEPTION TEAM ON THE NUMBER ABOVE. 
 
You can also contact us via the 'Contact Us' link below.  This will be read by a member of the team within 2 working days.  Please do not use the Contact Us Online link if you need to contact us urgently. This online link is not to be used as a way of making an appointment or contacting a GP.
 
 

Choose if data from your health records is shared for research and planning

Patient data from GP medical records kept by GP practices in England is used to improve health, care and services through planning and research, helping to find better treatments and improve patient care. The NHS is introducing an improved way to share this information – called the General Practice Data for Planning and Research data collection.  

You can use this online service to:

  • choose if your confidential patient information is used for research and planning
  • change or check your current choice

Any choice you make will not impact your individual care.

The latest information on the GPDPR, including what information is obtained and how to opt-out of sharing your information, can be found here.

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