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 Carers and patients with carers

If you are a carer or have a carer please inform the practice, to ensure your record can be updated. For more information please see the Carers Direct link under Further Information (to the right of the screen).

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Named Accountable GP

All patients (including children) have been allocated a Named Accountable GP, as required under the GMS Contract.

Please ask at reception should you wish to know who your Named Accountable GP is.

You can continue to see any Doctor or Nurse of your choice and your clinical care will not be affected.

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Friends & Family Test

Please make use of the Friends & Family Test survey, to leave feedback on your experience of the practice. To complete the survey - go to Friends & Family Test link under the Have your say section (to the right of the screen).

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Are You Over 40?

Everyone is at risk of developing Heart Disease, Stroke, Type 2 Diabetes or Kidney Disease but these disease can often be prevented.

Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) is a leading cause of death in England aged 50 years and over.

Within the last 5 years, Primary Care in Bolton has successfully undertaken health checks on almost 79% of the target population. Subsequently, 21,000 patients have been identified as being at 'HIGH RISK' through having a health check. The health check has identified other undiagnosed conditions: 800 patients were found to have diabetes and a further 2000 patients were found to have Chronic Kidney Disease.

NHS health checks are aimed at people between the ages of 40-74 years that do not already have a history of CHD, Stroke, Peripheral Vascular Disease, Familial Hypercholestrolaemia and Diabetes.  

Those patients that do not suffer from the above should have an NHS health check every 5 years.

Please contact reception to make an appointment with a Nurse or Health Care Trainer.



 
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