Extended hours at Budbrooke medical centre
Did you know you can get an appointment at Budbrooke medical centre between 6.30pm- 8pm on Mondays?
Starting Monday 2nd October 2017
There will be doctor appointments from 6.30-8pm, and nurse appointments from 6.30-7.30pm
These appointments are pre-bookable only so please call and book an appointment
CQC Report- rating 'good'
The Care Quality Commision has now completed their inspection for Budbrooke Medical Centre and have given us an overall rating of 'good' with some outstanding aspects. Please click here for a copy of the report or you will find it in the reception area at the medical centre. We would like to thank all of our patients for their feedback comments and for your ongoing support.
Changes at Budbrooke Medical Centre
At Budbrooke Medical Centre we are making a few changes. These changes are aimed to make your experience better with us. Our telephone message and options will change as of 8:00am on Tuesday 30th May. Most importantly our patient co=ordinators will be asking for a brief reason to why you are booking your GP and nurse appointment.
Thusinformation you give us will be treated with the strictest confidence and with the upmost respect, we do however understand if you want to decline disclosing this information. The purpose of this is to ensure all patients are signposted to the correct clinician; it is NOT to prevent or triage any appointment. We will also be closing our phone lines between 12:30pm and 1:30pm. Our goal is to work towards making longer appointment times and to enhance the service you recieve here at Budbrooke Medical Centre.
Please click here to read the full guidelines for the NHS Constitution.
The Constitution establishes the principles and values of the NHS in England. It sets out rights to which patients, public and staff are entitled, and pledges which the NHS is committed to achieve, together with responsibilities, which the public, patients and staff owe to one another to ensure that the NHS operates fairly and effectively.
Stratford Hospital Minor Injuries Unit
Please click here for information on minor injury service.
Students urged to get meningitis vaccine
Read article on why it is so important!
The meningitis ACWY vaccines offers protection against four types of bacteria that can cause meningitis – meningococcal groups A, C, W and Y.
Young teenagers, sixth formers and "fresher" students going to university for the first time are advised to have the vaccination.
Read more about the meningitis ACWY vaccine.
Budbrooke Medical Centre is a Research Active Practice
The practice team are delighted to announce that Budbrooke Medical Centre is a research active practice working with the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network (NIHR-CRN).
We work in close collaboration with a team of GPs, research nurses and facilitators based in Warwick Medical School. If a patient is eligible to join a research study running in our practice, a GP or other healthcare professional will provide written information. Taking part in a research study is voluntary and can be beneficial to patients who participate in them.
Examples of research projects include:
investigating timing of taking blood pressure medication
investigating respiratory infections
management of heart failure
how to increase physical activity
ways to help people stop smoking
the use of self-monitoring of blood pressure
Our GP Research Lead within the practice is Dr White
If you would like to know more about research taking place locally, visit www.warwick.ac.uk/go/pcresearchparticipation
HEALTHWATCH HAVE VISITED BUDBROOKE:
View their report finding on Budbrooke;
Healthwatch 2015 Enter and View report for Budbrooke Medical Centre
SUMMARY CARE RECORD
You can access your summary care record online if you have registered with EMIS/Patient Access. Access your summary care record by clicking here
Click here to read our latest newsletter: September 2017 Newsletter