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Welcome to Moatfield Surgery - a PACE Setter practice

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You may find your call is cut off without warning, and we are sorry to say that we cannot prevent or fix this immediately. Whilst we apologise for any inconvenience this may cause you, please rest assured that we are working with our line provider to fix and resolve these issues as soon as possible.

As such, please be aware that our phone lines will be down between 12.00pm and 2.00pm on Thursday 24th August 2017, whilst maintenance is taking place. You will not be able to connect to the surgery nor leave a message.


GP Services - Extended Access Survey 2017

Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) plan and buy healthcare services for the local population in your area.

National funding is available from 2018 to improve access to GP services. This includes ensuring that everyone has more convenient access to GP services, including a mixture of same day and routine appointments on weekday evenings after 6.30pm, and at weekends based on local needs.  This piece of work is known as ‘delivering extended access to GP services’.

As local CCGs we are currently considering how best to deliver extended access in your area so that it meets the needs of our population, is realistically deliverable within the budget we have been allocated to provide this additional service. There is a national and local shortage of GPs and other clinicians who work in general practice. This means that extended access services could be provided at a venue other than your own surgery and that you may not see your own GP or even a GP from your usual practice.  Should that GP need to access your medical records, your consent will be sought when you book the appointment.

The CCGs would like to find out more about your views on extending access to GP services in the evenings and at weekends.

By completing the survey you have the opportunity to tell us:

·         How likely you are to use GP appointments in the evenings and weekends.

·         The kind of services you might want to use in the evenings and at weekends.

·         Whether you would consider alternatives to face to face consultations.

Click HERE to take the survey or HERE for more information.


We have produced some useful patient information leaflets:

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Referral and beyond

Pregnancy Self Referral Form

Your Blood Test

Stay safe this summer

Verrucae Patient Information

Patient Travel Leaflet

Health care for university students

Why has my medication changed?

Click HERE for a range of 'Self Help' Guides

 Self-referral for physiotherapy?
Click HERE to find out more about this service at the Queen Victoria Hospital.




**Moatfield Surgery Patient Survey Results 2016**

Web GP
Due to funding cuts Web GP is no longer available. Please contact the surgery in the usual way or for answers to most health questions, please visit
NHS Choices - Gateway to Patient Information


Some Useful Links


You can also use this link to go to the Patient Access log in page, where you can manage your appointments and medication requests. When on the website, please remember to register on the left hand side if you are a new user, or have received new log in details from us. If you have already registered, please use the log in facility on the right hand side of the page.

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