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Dispensary are currently under severe pressure at the moment please allow 4 full working days for medications - thank you. We are closed on the following bank holidays for the Queen's Jubilee, Thursday 2nd June & Friday 3rd June. Click here for details of medication ordering timescales during this bank holiday period.
We are changing our computer system on the 18th August 2022. Patient Access will no longer be available from August, if you wish to continue to order medications/book appointments you need to download the NHS App



Click here for details of the Spring Booster from the 21st March being offered to patients aged 75 and over and immunosuppressed people aged 12 years and above. This spring booster will be offered around 6 months and not before 3 months after your previous booster
Click here for the latest Practice Newsletter
Click here for details about the Covid Booster Programme
Click here for details of covid vaccination status for travel abroad
Click here to download the NHS App. Click here if you need help with the NHS App. Click here for details of the covid pass
Click here for information on getting coronavirus testing
Covid Vaccination -The Suffolk and North East Essex ICS has launched a brand-new website which aims to offer residents a single, comprehensive and accurate source of information about Covid-19 and vaccinations, click here to access the website.
DUE TO WORKLOAD PRESSURES THE DISPENSARY AT FRESSINGFIELD WILL CLOSE BETWEEN 1PM AND 2PM EVERY DAY.  OUR CURRENT TIMESCALES FOR PROCESSING MEDICATIONS ARE 3 WORKING DAYS. WE ARE SORRY FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE CAUSED AND THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR ASSISTANCE. 




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We wanted to proactively engage with patients through the use of an effective Patient Reference Group (PRG) and to seek views from practice patients through the use of patient feedback 

The aim was to:

1. Establish a Patient Group (PPG) comprising of registered patients and use best endeavours to ensure the PPG is representative. 

2. Agree with the PPG which issues are a priority.

3. Collate patient views and inform the PPG of the findings.

4. Provide the PPG with an opportunity to comment and discuss findings of patient feedback.  Reach agreement with the PPG of changes in provision and manner of delivery of services.

5. Seek PPG agreement to implement any changes.

6. Publicise minutes of the PPG on this website via the 'Minutes of Meetings' tab.

If you want to join our patient group please see the 'Sign up for our patient group' link.

 

 

 
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