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Out of Hours
When The Surgery Is Closed Telephone 01823 285400.  Please have a pen and paper ready and listen to the 'Out of Hours' answer phone message. A local PCT led service provides the 'Out of Hours' care

Appointments
The doctors offer a mix of pre-booked and 'same day' appointments. We have a greater number of morning appointments than afternoons. It helps us if you can accept the first appointment you are offered

Prescriptions
Order your repeat prescriptions online now!  Click here for further information

Sign up to Safety

ST JAMES MEDICAL CENTRE HAS SIGNED UP TO SAFETY!

Sign up to Safety aims to deliver harm free care for every patient, every time, everywhere. It champions openness and honesty and supports everyone to improve the safety of patients.

We have Signed Up to Safety and pledge to:

  • Put safety first. Commit to reduce avoidable harm in the NHS by half and make public the goals and plans developed locally.
  • Continually learn. Make their organisations more resilient to risks, by acting on the feedback from patients and by constantly measuring and monitoring how safe their services are.
  • Honesty. Be transparent with people about their progress to tackle patient safety issues and support staff to be candid with patients and their families if something goes wrong.
  • Collaborate. Take a leading role in supporting local collaborative learning, so that improvements are made across all of the local services that patients use.
  • Support. Help people understand why things go wrong and how to put them right. Give staff the time and support to improve and celebrate the progress

 

Please let the Practice Manager know if you have any safety concerns.

 

Please click on this link to see our plan  Sign up to safety Implementation plan

 

You can view our progress so far by clicking here   Sign up to safety progress report Dec 15



 
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