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Patient access:  Book online and save time, it is simple, quick and easy.

To be able to book or cancel appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view your health record, and more please opt for patient access.

All that you need to do for this service, is to register with the practice.  Either ask at reception for details or visit patient.info/patientaccess

Thank you  on behalf of the GP Partners

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Murdishaw Health Centre has an active patient group which supports the practice in a number of ways. The patient group plays a very important part in enabling you to have your say about what happens at your local health centre - your contribution is very valuable to our team.

Patients who attend the practice come along to monthly meetings to discuss current issues of local interest and importance and then agree how they can influence improvements or changes at the practice to improve the services we offer.

We have in the past held a very successful health improvement open day at the practice where patients were able to meet the team here at the practice as well as a range of other health care professionals to discuss any concerns and learn about a range of healthy living issues.

All patients are welcome to attend the meetings as often as they are able to - the meetings are held at various times to try and suit everyone in the group. If you are not able to attend in person you can join our group via email and we will send you regular updates so that you can be involved whenever it is convenient for you.

We encourage patients of all ages to bring other patients along with them - be it friends or family!!!

Come along and join us - have your say and make it count......

Please contact the surgery for the date and time of our next meeting

 

 

 

 

 

 
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