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Practice Health Champions.

Find out more about our wonderful team of volunteers here.

Pan Barnet Data Sharing Agreement

Barnet CCG is investing in a pilot scheme that will allow patients to be seen on Friday evening, Saturday, Sunday and Monday evening. This means there will be more opportunity for you to see a local GP out of hours at another local GP practice.

In order to participate in this, we are part of a data sharing agreement with other local practices in Barnet.

If you have an appointment booked as part of this pilot your consent will be required for the GP to view your practice notes. This will be requested during your consultation.

Should you not wish for your notes to be part of this data sharing agreement please inform our Practice Manager (Mr Riz Husain) in writing.

Replacement Blood Forms

Please note that as of the 1st September 2015 we will be unable to provide free replacements for blood forms that have been lost, forgotten or misplaced.

If you require a copy of a blood form you were previously given a charge of 50p will apply per copy.

The 'Friends and Family' Test

We welcome feedback from our patients, so please complete the feedback form available here.

Important Changes

Your personal data may be extracted from our database by NHS England for statistical purposes.  If you object or require further information, please contact reception for a opt out form. Or print off the form from the link below, sign it and leave at reception:Opt out form

 

For more information please click on 'care data' on the right hand side of the screen

 

 

To ensure that we hold up to date information, please advise the practice if there are changes to your phone number (including mobile), address or email address.

Practice Heath Champions

We are delighted to welcome our Practice Health Champions to St. George's Medical Centre.

For information about Practice Health Champion EVENTS and when they're at St. George's please click here.

About our Practice Health Champions

Practice Health Champions are people who voluntarily give their time to work with the staff in their local GP Practice or surgery to find new ways to improve the services that the practice offers, and to help to meet the health needs of patients and the wider community.

In addition to individuals using their life experience, understanding and position to influence their friends, families and work colleagues to lead healthier lives – Practice Champions also use their passion and understanding of the local community to enrich decision making in GP practices through the development of a greater understanding of local need; Champions develop new groups to support the health and wellbeing of the local community and also develop new skills and experiences which support their own personal development and growth.

Practice Health Champions are supported to work with surgery staff as peers, to improve services and develop opportunities. The work of the Practice Champion varies, depending on their interests, experience, the needs of the practice and local community health priorities.

Practice Health Champions are recruited and trained from the local community.  Champions reflect the needs and aspirations of the community that the GP Practices serve.



 
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