Welcome to the Website for Fressingfield & Stradbroke practices
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GP & NURSE EDUCATIONAL DAYS
Ipswich & East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group organise monthly training events for practices across Suffolk. We will be closed for clinics from 1pm on the following days so our doctors and nurses can attend these events:
25th April 2018, 24th May 2018, 28th June 2018, 13th September 2018, 10th October 2018, 15th November 2018, 12th December 2018, 13th February 2019 & 14th March 2019.
The telephones will be diverted to the Out of Hours provider, who will be covering any clinical emergencies.
Please dial 111 if you need medical assistance.
If your problem is life threatening dial 999. The Reception and Dispensary will continue to be open for queries and medication collection.
Click here for more information on checking your risk of Diabetes
How do I share my data? simply complete this form and return to either reception, it could save your life
Taking ANTIBIOTICS when you don’t need them puts you and your family at risk
What happens when you are referred by your GP to see a specialist
Are you eligible for the shingles vaccination, click here to find out more
We take part in the National Diabetes Audit, this audit collects patient identifiable information please click here for more information
An Advanced Practitioner runs clinics on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings. She is able to deal with many of the problems you would normally take to a doctor. She can initiate treatments, prescribe medication and refer you to other health professionals such as hospital consultants.
Every patient is allocated a 'NAMED GP'. If you have 'repeat medication' your repeat prescription slip will show your 'named accountable GP'. We ensure that any letters that you receive from the practice indicate your 'named GP'. All new patients and those over 75 will have been contacted to inform them of their 'named GP'. Any patients that do not know their 'named GP' are welcome to ask at reception when visiting or telephoning the practice
Feeling down? Stressed Out? Overwhelmed? Anxious?
If you want to learn new ways to cope with any of the above emotions, visit https://www.wellbeingnands.co.uk for information or call: 0300 123 1781
If you wish to order medication, book appointments or see your medical records on our website you will need to:
Bring this form into the practice with proof of identity (such as passport, utility bill, driving licence)
You will then receive a registration letter in the post or we will provide it to you when you visit the practice. This letter will provide all the necessary information to allow you to create a new online account
If you have received a registration letter from us to order your prescription via Patient Access please click here
SPECIAL NOTE - DOCTORS APPOINTMENTS FOR 'CRYOTHERAPY' (freezing of skin lesions) CANNOT BE BOOKED ONLINE - We need to make special arrangements for 'cryotherapy' appointments, so please speak to us directly to book any appointments for 'cryotheraphy'.
SPECIAL NOTE - MONDAY EVENING EXTENDED HOURS APPOINTMENTS (After 6:30pm)
Please note that the GP's are unable to carry out certain investigations during these Extended Hours Appointments, such as blood tests, minor operations or intimate examinations.
WE WILL BE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING BANK HOLIDAYS
Friday 30th March 2018
Monday 2nd April 2018
The practice is always extremely busy during this time, so we do ask you to bear with us and provide as much notice as possible. Below is a guide to when your medication will be ready for collection during the Easter Period
DAY READY FOR COLLECTION
Monday 26th March
(This is the deadline for collection prior to Easter)
Thursday 29th March
Tuesday 27th March
Tuesday 3rd April
Wednesday 28th March
Wednesday 4th April
Thursday 29th March
Thursday 5th April
(Site updated 20/03/2018)