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Covid Vaccinations: As you may have heard Covid Vaccinations are scheduled to begin next month. GPS Healthcare is working with other healthcare colleagues within the local area to take part in the national vaccination programme. More details will follow as they are confirmed. This is a national program and there are still many details to be confirmed with local practices. Please do not contact the surgery for further information at this stage. We will update this information as soon as we have it.


We understand that during the current lockdown, there are going to be a number of patients concerned about the situation, especially those in very vulnerable risk groups and also those with children attending educational settings. The current government advice about high risk groups is available here.

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Welcome to GPS Healthcare  

‘To provide high quality primary care services which improve the health and social care outcomes for the population of Solihull’

Statement from Chief Executive Officer Tom O’Sullivan updating patients and stakeholders 

From Monday 9th November, GPS Healthcare will be undertaking a pilot study of an online consultation system.  We are doing this to make it easier for patients to submit enquiries, without having to wait on the phone to do so.  We hope that the pilot will reduce the demand on our telephone system and allow non-urgent medical and administrative requests to be managed more easily.

 

To begin with, the link below will ONLY be active during our Peak times.  We have chosen these times to help when the phone lines tend to be busiest.  Please try using the link as an alternative to calling the practice by telephone.

You can contact us about a NON-URGENT medicaladministrative or prescription issue by clicking HERE.

Answer a few short questions and we will get back to you within 2 working days. Please do not use this online form for urgent or emergency requests. The submitted forms will only be read during office hours. The forms will not be read on the weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) or on bank holidays. They will not be read Monday-Friday between the hours of 18:00 - 09:00. Please contact 111 during out of hours or 999 if this is an emergency.

 

GPS Healthcare will be acting on our Zero Tolerance Policy. Any patients who breach this will be contacted by the practice directly. Please remember our colleagues are here to help and deserve to do so without enduring unacceptable behaviour. Be Kind!

Flu

Find out about our Flu clinics and more guidance about the vaccine... CLICK HERE and navigate to the Flu clinic and vaccination tab!

Self Care Information

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Friends and Family Test

Please see our Yearly Summary (April 18-Mar 19) of our friends and family results

Please take a moment to fill out the friends and family survey to let us know how we're doing

Extended Access

Practice News

Patient Participation Group (PPG)

At GPS Healthcare we are fortunate to have a very active and engaged Patient Participation Groups across all 6 of our sites. The groups meet a few times a year to discuss the services provided, current developments within the practice and the local health community. We try to ensure that the group is representative of the practice population and would encourage people of all ages and ethnicities to join the group. We welcome feedback from all patients irrespective of whether they join the PPG. If you would like to be involved, please contact the reception team at your local practice or alternatively view the PPG information board at your local practice.

Please see our latest Patient Newsletter for Autumn 2020! 

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See the Patient Leaflet

Accessibility Information

Click here to register for our online services - Online Booking

(Site updated 23/11/2020)
For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
 
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