Welcome to Park House Medical Centre.
Flu Clinics now available to book - please contact reception to make your appointment
New rules are in force from 25th May 2018. For the practice GDPR privacy notice and patient leaflet about what information we hold and how we use it in the practice please click on the further information page link "GDPR and How we use your information" at the bottom of the screen.
It is really important for the practice to be able to contact our patients quickly and easily. In order to do this, if you have provided us with your mobile telephone number we will use this to:
- Send you appointment confirmations
- Send you appointment reminders
- Send you messages regarding results or other information that you need to be aware of
- Send you relevant health campaigns that are pertinent to you eg Flu Clinic invitations
- Send you other health information that may be useful
- Send you Friends and Family Survey requests
If at any time you do not wish to receive such text messages please inform a member of the reception team who will be able to opt you out of the service.
If at any time in the future you change your mobile phone number please ensure that you let us know as soon as possible so that we can keep our records up to date and stay in touch.
Medical Care when we are closed
Please think of visiting your Pharmacy first. Click here for more information. Pharmacy First Information
Urgent Care Centre - Urgent Care Centre Information
This service is located at the BBC Island on London Road and is for planned dressings, minor burns and scalds, minor head injury with no loss of consciousness, skin infections and animal bites, suspected broken bones, sprains and strains (X-Ray will be available on-site), eye infections and minor eye injuries. No appointment is needed, just drop in between 7am and 9pm 365 days a year.
NHS 111 Service is available 24hours a day and provides access to health advisors and nurses who can assess your need and direct you to the most appropriate services.
Remember that A&E and 999 should only be used in emergencies. Using them for minor problems or because you have no transport puts other people’s lives at risk and wastes NHS money that could be spent elsewhere. Phoning GP practice or 111 any time will usually result in faster and more appropriate advice and treatment. Arriving at A&E by ambulance does not give you priority over other patients. Please telephone 111 in the first instance or your local pharmacy.
For minor ailments and self help the NHS Choices website offers an abundance of advice and guidance and is available at the touch of a button.
Click on the blue hyperlink below to acces our Common Childhood Illness handbook:
A Guide to Parents & Carers for children aged 5 and under http://nottingham.mycommunityonline.co.uk/north-east/
Patient Records Transfer and record sharing.
Click on this link to read how your electronic medical record will move to your new GP Surgery when you register there. GP2GP transfer of patient records Click on this link below to read about record sharing. Sharing your medical record
Have Your Say - Friends & Family Survey - See the right hand column
We welcome your feedback.
The Notts Help Yourself Website www.nottshelpyourself.org.uk is a searchable database of local information, which can help you find out about a wide range of activities, groups, services and events at the click of a button.
It’s a fantastic tool for you to find the advice, services and support you need in your local area. You will be amazed at what information you can find from tea dances to local kids clubs, men in sheds to knit and natter groups not to mention local health related support groups. You can search by type of service, location or age group.
(Site updated 01/10/2018)