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The practice is seeking to recruit a doctor to join our GP team. Dr Richard Strachan has now left the practice in order to commence a hospital post at Dr Gray's.

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Unfortunately we are not taking on any new patients at the moment apart from new babies of those patients already registered with ourselves.

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New Telephone Number : 0345 337 9988

(Call costs from a landline are charged at a local rate call and is dependant on your call plan, mobiles vary depending on your network provider)

4 Options are available:

Press 1 to request a home visit

Press 2 for appointments, medication advice and general enquiries

Press 3 to speak to a Duty Doctor or Nurse - (option only available 8.30-9.00 am and 1.30-2.00 pm)

Press 4 for Results - (option only available 2.00-6.00 pm) 

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Would you prefer to order your prescription online?  

It's Easy!  It's Quick! 

We can send your prescription straight to the chemist and let you know if there are any problems with your online order electronically.

Interested?

Email : Your name and DOB to nhsg.noreplyelgincs@nhs.net to get started!

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NHS 24 Number Changed To:  111

Helpful Hints:

Helping you help yoursel, Live Life to the full : Well Being Moray :  www.moraywellbeinghub.org.uk /

WRAP (Wellness Recovery Action Planning) : FREE Community PeerSupport Courses. : www.wrapmoray.org

Out of Breath? Take an online breath test to see if you should get checked out. Visit blf.org.uk/breathtest  or Call: 03000 030 555

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SPIRE - NHS Scotland is improving the way it uses information from GP patient records. SPIRE is a service that will allow small amounts of information from GP practice records to be used to help doctors’ surgeries, NHS Scotland and the Scottish Government to improve care and plan services, and to help researchers to learn more from patient information held at GP practices. 

A new campaign is underway to inform patients across Scotland of the benefits of the service, and the confidential and secure way in which GP patient records will be used to help plan and improve health care services.

You have a choice about your patient record being used in this way. To find out more go to spire.scot

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Anderson's Care Home, 2 Institution Road would like to invite patients aged over 65 for tea and entertainment on -

1st Wednesday in every month, 2.00 - 3.30 pm - see posters in the waiting room for more details.

 

 

 

Research Database

Research Database

The staff at this practice record information about you and your health so that you can receive the right care and treatment. We need to record this information, together with the details of the care you receive, because it may be needed if we see you again.

We may use some of this information for other reasons, for example, to help us to protect the health of the general public generally, to plan for the future, to train staff and to carry out medical and other health research for the benefit of everyone.

We are currently involved in research studies for which we provide anonymised information from patients’ notes. You cannot be identified in any way from this information as none of your personal details are given to researchers. Individual patients’ records are added into a much larger anonymous database, containing records from millions of patients across the UK. This information is used by researchers outside this practice. The databases to which we contribute anonymised records are:-

The Health Improvement Network (THIN)

General practice Research Database (GPRD)

The data is used for research into such topics as drug safety, disease patterns, prescribing patterns, health economics and public health. Many of these studies provide useful information to medical staff on diseases, the use of drugs or outcomes of disease or treatment.

These studies may be performed by academic researchers or commercial companies amongst others. However, no research-er has access to your full details such as your name and address, initials or your full date of birth. The researchers are not given information on the GP nor the practice name, address or post code.

If you would like to opt out of this data collection scheme, please let the practice receptionists know and no data from your records will be collected or used in research. This will not affect your care in any way.





 
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