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Welcome to Long Furlong Medical Centre Website

baby_under_green_towelThe Practice provides complete general medical services for residents and their visitors living within the boundaries defined by the map available by following the link to Practice Area.

The surgery is a modern medical centre conveniently situated in the Long Furlong housing estate. It has its own car park with a disabled parking bay and ramps to the main entrance. If the car park is full please park considerately and safely along Boulter Drive or in the public car park at the end of the road which is just a 2 minute walk from the surgery. Buses regularly travel along Dunmore Road and stop by Boulter Drive.

Our team includes five GP partners; Drs Allan, Moore, Elwig, Keeling and Nowell, and Drs Barter and Papanikitas who are salaried GPs.  We also have three part-time practice nurses, a phlebotomist and health care assistant, a reception and administration team of ten and a practice manager.

Dr Keeling teaches medical students and throughout the year run teaching surgeries with students observing and, sometimes, leading the consultations. At the time of booking your appointment you will be advised by the receptionist that medical students will be present.  If you prefer to see the doctor alone please ask for a 'non teaching' appointment.

(Site updated 22/08/2014)
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Breast Screening Recall

The Oxford University Hospital has published the attached leaflet regarding a recall of 30 patients who have received breast screening in the last 3 years.  More information is available on their website or by phoning their HelpDesk on 01865 227000

(www.ouh.nhs.uk/news).

Breast_Screeningleaflet.pdf 

 

Prescription Service.

If you are having difficulty using our new repeat prescription service and would like some support - please contact  reception to arrange a 1:1 tutorial with our practice manager.

How sharing information in your medical records can help the NHS to provide better care

A modern information system has been developed, which will make increased use of information from medical records with the intention of improving health services. The system is being delivered by the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) and and NHS England on behalf of the NHS.
It is important that the NHS can use this information to get a complete picture of what is happening across health and social care and to plan services according to what works best. The new system will provide joined-up information about the care received from all of the different parts of the health service, including hospitals and GP practices.

Your date of birth, full postcode, NHS Number and gender rather than your name will be used to link your records in a secure system, managed by the HSCIC. Once this information has been linked a new record will be created. This new record will not contain information that identifies you. The type of information shared, and how it is shared, is controlled by law and strict confidentiality rules.

The new system will also provide information that will enable the public to hold the NHS to account and ensure that any unacceptable standards of care are identified as quickly as possible.  For more information please follow the links Information About You Improves Patient Care  FAQs

 

Holiday Travel

There is a national shortage of typhoid vaccines.  If you require typhoid vaccination for your destination please phone reception to arrange a telephone appointment with the nurse.  She will advise you on our stock levels and whether we are able to provide the vaccination for you.  Alternatively please try the larger Travel Clinics.  More informaiton is available under Clinics and Services.

 
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