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We are very pleased to announce that Dr Patrick Hart, will be taking up a position of Salaried GP at the surgery as of 1st April 2019. Many of you may have already seen Dr Hart as he has been a registrar at the practice for a while.
Patrick originally hails from North Devon, and graduated from Cardiff University in 2010. After working in both New Zealand and South Africa he made the decision to settle in the West country. He loves Somerset for its countryside and excellent cycling; he still manages to get back to Devon once in a while to head to the beach and to check in with the family.
We would all like to welcome Patrick to the Glastonbury Health Centre Team, and we look forward to many more year's working together.
Glastonbury Health Centre is looking for a new Practice Nurse and a new Health Care Assistant to join our team. Please read the following documents for more information:
If you are interested, please apply in writing to Tracey Holle, our Practice Manager.Retirement
It is with sadness that after nearly 13 years working at the Health Centre, Jayne (one of our Health Care Assistants) retired from the Practice. Her last working day was Wednesday 6th March 2019.
The Partners, Managers & Staff would like to thank Jayne for her loyal service to the practice, and wish her a long and happy retirement.
If you are eligible for an influenza vaccination (flu jab) there is still time to have one before the predicted cold snap later this month, so call in and book your place now.
This year, there are different vaccines for the different age groups so please let the reception know your age when you book in for your jab.
Note: children in reception class and school years 1 to 5 will be vaccinated at school this year.
There is a new service offering advice and support to carers in Somerset. For more information visit the Somerset Carers Service website, or give them a call on 0800 3168 600. If you would like to be referred to the service, have a chat with our new Carer's Champion, Jo.
Green Impact for Health
Glastonbury Health Centre is pleased to announce its involvement with the Green Impact For Health Scheme. This is a national project designed to help GP practices and the NHS become more environmentally friendly and sustainable whilst also benefitting patients.
We are currently promoting inhaler recycling – look out for posters around the practice and ask your pharmacist about recycling your old inhalers. Currently Boots in Glastonbury High Street and Tesco Pharmacy on Wirral Park Road are taking part in the scheme.
Watch this space for more green ideas!
Our current news stories include:
From June 2017 the Surgeries of Glastonbury and Street will be jointly providing improved access to our combined list of 32,000 patients.
Each Surgery will be providing:
The appointments available will be a mixture of GP, Nurse Practitioner and Practice Nurse. Some routine procedures, currently undertaken during the week, will also be moved to Saturday mornings.More Information
Other News and Information
Patient Participation Group
Did you know we have a Patient Participation Group?
The aim of the group, which should be representative of our patient ages and genders, would be to meet with the GP Partner Dr JX Meguer to discuss our services, suggest new services and review our surveys. We would rely on the PPG to help us focus on service direction and improvement. The group meet three times a year at the health centre. If interested, or would like more information, please click here to contact us.More Information
Health Connections Mendip
is a new health and wellbeing service available to patients. Patients can talk to a health connector at the surgery to find out about local activities, support and services available, and can also arrange one-to-one appointments to speak to a Connector.
Click here for our Health Connections Mendip page.
Click here for the Mendip Directory of Services.
If you need medical attention
'Choose' Well by choosing the right service. Click on the link to find out more information. Click here for the Choose Well leaflet. The short video below is all about Choosing the Right Service.
Local services and information to help you choose the right care and support. Click here to visit the Somerset Choices website.
On-line Services: Appointments and Prescription Service
You can now view Allergies and Medications within your medical record, book your next appointment, or order your repeat prescription online using Patient Access. Available 24 hours a day, whether you're at home or work, it's especially useful when the practice is closed or telephone lines are busy. Click here to register online or use the service.
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