WELCOME TO BELVOIR HEALTH GROUP
We are a large practice covering an extensive rural area and population. There are 12 GP Partners in the non-limited Partnership of Belvoir Health Group, practising from our surgeries in Cropwell Bishop, Cotgrave and Bingham.
Drop in flu clinics will be held at our surgeries in September and October for eligible patients.
Patients are able to attend any of our clinics, regardless of which surgery they are registered at.
Patients who are eligible are also able to receive a free shingles and/or pneumonia vaccination at the same time.
Dates and times are as follows:
Bingham Surgery: Sat 17th Sept - 9.00am - 3.30pm
Cotgrave Surgery: Thurs 22nd Sept - 2.00pm - 6.30pm
Cropwell Bishop Surgery: Tues 27th Sept - 2.00pm - 6.30pm
Cotgrave Surgery: Thurs 6th Oct - 2.00pm - 6.30pm
Cropwell Bishop Surgery: Tues 11th Oct - 2.00pm - 6.30pm
These are drop in clinics, and no appointment is required.
Please note that parents of children aged under 18 who are eligible for a flu vaccination will be contacted directly in order to make an appointment. Please do not bring your child to the drop in clinics.
CHANGES TO YOUR ANNUAL REVIEW
Do you have one or more of the the following long term conditions?
- Chronic Kidney Disease
- Chronic Heart Disease
- Have had a stroke
Improvements are being made to the system for annual review for patients with the above conditions.
Starting in May 2016, all patients will be recalled by the surgery for their review in the month of their birth. Please wait for a letter or a call from the surgery before booking your review.
When your receive your letter, please contact your surgery and you will be booked an appointment with the most appropriate member of staff. This may mean an appropriately trained Health Care Assistant and/or a Nurse.
The new system may mean you are recalled sooner or later than would normally be the case. If this affects you, please bear with us this year whilst the new system beds in.
We now offer patients at all of our surgeries a range of online services via our website. These include the ability to book routine appointments online, to request repeat prescriptions and to view you summary medical record including past and current medications and recorded allergies.
You can register for these services by visiting your surgery and speaking with one of our receptionists. You will need to bring with you photographic identification (passport or driving license) and one other form of identification confirming your current address. For more information please click here.
Please note that if you have requested repeat prescriptions from us or booked appointments online before June 2015, you will now need to re-register for the new service. Please speak to one of our receptionists in person.
ARE YOU REGISTERED WITH THE PRACTICE - do we have your correct details?
Sometimes we need to contact our registered patients, so it is important that our records are up to date. Please can patients let their surgery know if their telephone number or address changes.
NHS URGENT CARE CENTRE
There have been significant changes to the provision of walk-in care in Nottingham City. These changes include:
- The closure of the Walk-in centre at the Health Centre on Upper Parliament Street
- The closure of the Nurse Access point at Clifton Cornerstone
- The replacement of the Walk-in Centre on London Road with a new Urgent Care Centre.
For more information on these changes, please click here.
Cropwell Bishop Surgery
The Summary Care Record( SCR) is being rolled out across a number of strategic health authorities (SHAs) in England and consists of an upload of medications, allergies and adverse reactions from GP records onto a central ‘spine’ or database. You can download an opt out form Summary Care Record Opt Out Form and hand it in at reception. The forms are also available from the practice.
(Site updated 19/09/2016)