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Welcome to Almond Road Surgery Online

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At Almond Road Surgery in St Neots the doctors and nurses offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.We pride ourselves on being a friendly and accessible GP surgery.  The practice works from purpose built premises with easy wheelchair access in the centre of St Neots.

We run many clinics for chronic disease care and offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, childhood vaccinations and well-person check-ups.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like.

 

NEW COMPUTER SYSTEM BEING INSTALLED

This will affect BOTH staff & patients.

Dates - 27th October 2014 until approximately 21st November 2014

The practice will be changing over from our current computer system Emis LV to TPP' System One. During this time the practice will not be able to offer pre bookable appointments from the 10th November 2014 to 21st November 2014. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause our patients. The Practice will be offering book on the day appointments instead.  This is due to the constraints of the change over and data transfer, this is unfortunately beyond our control. We will of course do our best to look after you during this time as your care is always our main priority. We hope you will be understanding and bear with us during this period of change as the system will be new to us and we will still be learning our way around it. We go live with the new computer system on the 18th November 2014.

 

Dates - 12th November 2014 until 18th November 2014

The following services will be disrupted due to the above migration to a new computer system. Between the 12th & 18th November we have been asked to suspend the following services as any data input during this time will not migrate over to the new computer system. The services are

  • BLOOD TESTS - will not be done at the surgery, patients can wait till after the 18th November or go to the hospital to have them done
  • REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS - if you need a repeat prescription during this time or your next prescription is due that week, please get all requests in to the surgery before the 11th November

 

The National NHS Survey has recently been published - we are very proud of our results, but there is always room for improvement! Click on the link below to see how we compare to the other St Neots practices. If you would like to give us any feedback, why not joint our Patient Group?

Practice_Comparisons.pdf

 
You may be aware of a new government initiative requiring all patients aged 75 or over to have a named GP - we will be informing you of who your named GP is over the next few months. Many of you will be informed when you attend the surgery for an appointment. If you would like to know who your named GP is you can of course contact reception. (Updated 3.4.14)
 
 
 

 

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