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IMPORTANT INFORMATION - Primary Care Networks

Recent changes on how GP services are provided were announced by NHS England earlier this year. Under the new 10 Year NHS Transformation plans, all GP practices are now required to deliver services to a patient population of between 30k – 50k patients. These new services will be delivered by newly formed PRIMARY CARE NETWORKS (PCN’s). PCN’s will work to deliver new and additional services, focusing on the specific needs of each unique patient population in collaboration with other local health service providers (such as Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, Lancashire Care and local Charities.

Together with:

  • Clayton Brook Surgery
  • Withnell Surgery
  • Dr Jacobs Surgery
  • Whittle Surgery
  • Preston Road Surgery

Patients will soon be able to access newly developed services and access appointments across our wider network and as these become available we will communicate them via our website, in surgery waiting rooms and if appropriate via direct mail.

New Premises for The Surgery Chorley

We have moved into our new premises 32-34 St Thomas’s Road, Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 1HR.

Improving Stroke Services

The North West Coast Strategic Clinical Network and the Stroke Association have teamed up to improve the stroke services across Lancashire and south Cumbria. Please see the below leaflet for more information.

Improving Stroke Services

Patient Access - Updates to be aware of

Patient Access has had some updates which should be more user friendly!

If you are using the APP via your smartphone, tablet or iPad, you will need to UPDATE your app within the app centre to gain full access.

Some updates include:

  • Email as log in username
  • Pharmacy nominations

For further help and advice on this service please visit https://support.patientaccess.com

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