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The Redcliffe Surgery , 10 Redcliffe Street , London , SW10 9DT
Telephone: 020 7460 2222
Fax: 020 7460 0116

 

Practice News:

 

Newsletter: 

The latest edition of our practice newsletter, including lots of helpful information on recent goings on at the surgery, has just been published!

You can find the link to our Winter 2018 newsletter here. If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter service so that this and all future editions of our newsletter will be emailed to you automatically, you can do so here

Appointments and Departures: 

After five years working with the practice, Dr Gemma Nott left our team at the beginning of July. She has moved to a practice out of London where it will be easier for her to spend time with her young family. We wish her all the best in the future. 

Dr Sonali Dasgupa has recently completed her GP training at the practice and we are delighted to anounce has joined our team. She will directly replace the sessions previously held by Dr Gemma Nott and Dr Nott's patients will be transferred over to her care. 

 

Registrar and FY2 Doctors: 

Our current GP registrars are Dr Nicholas Beales and Dr Laura Maitland. Our registrars are fully qualified doctors finishing their GP training on the Riverside GP Training Scheme, based at Chelsea & Westminster Hosptial. They work closely with Dr Tim Rees, who is their trainer and also the Programme Director for GP Training for Riverside Specialist GP Training Scheme.

Our current Foundation Year 2 (FY2) doctor is Dr Rebecca Giddings. She is completing her registration as a doctor and works closely under the supervision of Dr Antony Chesterman and other senior doctors in the team.

Doctor Butler's ongoing role as chair of West London Clinical Commissioning Group: 

Dr Fiona Butler continues to chair the board of the West London Clinical Commissioning Group (WLCCG). Dr Butler has a passionate interest in the commissioning of exceptional primary care, and will be working to ensure that a high quality, value for money service is delivered to all our patients. As a result, she will be doing fewer surgeries at Redcliffe Street but will try to ensure her regular patients get the opportunity to see her whenever possible. We understand that this is likely to lead to disappointment at times and the need to see another doctor, but her role as CCG Chair is vital to ensure that high quality patient care continues to be provided wherever possible to our locality.

Responsible Doctors: 

We have now assigned all our patients aged 75 and over a named responsible doctor. We will inform all patients reaching this age who their responsible doctor is on a quarterly basis after they have reached their 75th birthday. All other patients of all ages are also now asigned to a GP. Should you wish to know your asigned GP please ask the reception team.

CQC Report July 2015 - Redcliffe receives a GOOD rating: 

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspected our practice on Thursday 9th July 2015. The inspectors were delighted to be able to talk to many of our patients visiting the surgery that day and passed on some your kind comments relating to the service you received at the surgery, for which we are very grateful!

We have received the final report which gave us a GOOD rating across all domains. We are very pleased to know that the CQC felt we were offering our patients a safe, effective and modern health service. Please see the CQC section of our website to access the full report.

My Care, My Way

Since autumn 2015 the practice has piloted a new system of health care now called 'My Care, My Way'. This is aimed at our more frail or elderly patients who unfortunately suffer many illnesses requiring complex care planning by their GPs to avoid the need to have to attend emergency services or be admitted to hospital unexpectedly. We wish to give such patients the tools they need to remain independent in their communities and take more control over their care. Such patients are asked if they would like to be assigned a health care manager to identify their health needs and working with their GP put in place a detailed plan to help them know how to seek help at all times regarding their health. This, we hope will be especially useful when the surgery might be closed and also involve carers or relatives in the planning process to ensure our more frail patients get the best possible care at all times.

From this April, we are contacting patients we believe would benefit from this type of health care to attend the new facility at the Violet Melchett Clinic in Chelsea SW3 (also known as the South Hub) for longer appointments with their new health care manager and GP.  This Hub houses additional services such as specialist nurses and hospital consultant input as well as ancilliary services such as podiatry all under one roof. It is hoped that patients who have complex needs and visiting the Hub for a review of their health needs can at the same time benefit from accessing the additional services housed at the hub during their visit.

This is an very exciting and major change in the way that we will be providing your health care. Your usual GP will see you at the Hub and transport will be available for those who genuinely need it to attend. For more information on My Care, My Way and the type of services it can offer, please see the My Care, My Way page on this website.

July 2018

Jul
11

SUMMER NEWSLETTER NOW ONLINE

The latest edition of our practice newsletter has just been published!
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Published 405 days ago

Jul
10

Extended Hours Bookable Appointments at the Violet Melchett Clinic, SW3

Evening and Weekend Appointments bookable at Violet Melchett Clinic, 6-9pm weekday evenings, 8am-4pm Sat, 9am-11.30am Sun.
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Published 406 days ago

Jul
10

Hub Appointments at Violet Melchett and St Charles Health Centres:

Faster/Short Notice GP appointments available if patients without chronic conditions book at Violet Melchett/St Charles'
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Published 406 days ago

Jun
28

Shingles Vaccination now available to 70, 71, 72, 73,74,78 and 79 year olds only.

The Shingles Programme was introduced by the Department of Health in 2013 to help protect the age groups most at risk from shingles and its complications.
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Published 418 days ago

May
09

DISCONTINUED - Saturday Walk-In Clinics - 31st May 2016

As part of the extended hours on offer we are providing a walk-in GP service on Saturday mornings from 9:00am to 11:30am. This is be discontinued from 31st May 2016. From this time on appointments on Saturday mornings will be by appointment.
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Published 833 days ago

 
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