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Flu vaccines now available

We are now booking appointments for Flu Vaccines - please contact the surgery to arrange your appointment

***Improving Patient Access Across Buxton and the High Peak***

As part of a national initiative to improve patient access to primary care services, Stewart Medical Centre patients will soon be able to access GP and Nurse appointments up till 8pm on weekdays and on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday mornings, at practices across Buxton and High Peak.

Appointments at Stewart Medical Centre will be available every Thursday evening, and appointments will also be available to our patients on other weekday evenings elsewhere (details below) and on weekends in either Buxton or New Mills.

To book an appointment, please contact your surgery on 01298 22338.

Appointments will be available at the following times (starting week commencing September 24th):

Mondays from 6pm – 8pm at Arden House Surgery (New Mills) and Thornbrook Surgery (Chapel)

Tuesdays from 6pm – 8pm at Buxton Medical Practice (Buxton) and Goyt Valley Medical Practice (Whaley Bridge)

Wednesdays from 6pm – 8pm at Elmwood Medical Centre (Buxton) and Sett Valley Medical Centre (New Mills)

Thursdays from 6pm – 8pm at Stewart Medical Centre

Fridays from 6pm – 8pm will be offered between the practices listed above on a rotation basis. Please check our website or call the surgery for information on which surgery is on duty.

Please note – these appointments will NOT be available to book online, they must be booked by phone through your own surgery.

MINOR INJURY UNIT OPENING TIMES

New opening hours of 8am to 8pm will come into effect at Derbyshire’s Minor Injury Units (MIUs) from Monday 2 July.
The change is being made due to very low levels of activity seen after 8pm, and to ensure MIU staffing capacity can be concentrated at busier times to enable people to be seen and treated more quickly.
MIUs across Derbyshire are making this change so all local services are used as efficiently as possible and we get the best use out of the county’s NHS resources.
After 8pm patients can visit:
• NHS Choices at www.nhs.uk
• The nearest out of hours pharmacist
• Or call 111 for advice, or referral to support from an out of hours doctor or urgent care services if this is necessary.
MIUs will still support patients between 8am and 8pm with the following:
• Sprains and strains
• Broken bones
• Wound infections and management
• Minor burns and scalds
• Minor head injuries
• Insect and animal bites
• Minor eye injuries
• Injuries to the back, shoulder and chest.

Stewart Medical Centre Privacy Policy

In order to comply with the new GDPR (Data Protection) legislation the Practice has updated its privacy policy. The policy explains

  • who we are, how we use your information and how to contact our Data Protection Officer
  • what kind of personal information we process
  • what are the legal grounds for our processing of your personal information (including when we share it with others)
  • what you should do if your personal information changes
  • for how long your personal information is retained by us

You can read the updated privacy policy  by clicking the 'confidentiality and GDPR privacy notice' link at the bottom of the website

Buxton Health Hub

It is important to note that whilst some recent newspaper articles have suggested that the 3 GP practices in Buxton WILL be involved in the project for the former Buxton Water site, nothing has been confirmed as yet and discussions are at a very early stage. The involvement of Stewart Medical Centre will be dependent on a number of factors and we will of course keep our patients up to date with any news.

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Closed for training

All surgeries across North Derbyshire close one afternoon per month for staff training and development. The Stewart Medical Centre will be closed from lunchtime on the following dates in 2018:

Wednesday March 14th

Wednesday April 11th

Wednesday May 9th

Wednesday June 13th

Wednesday July 11th

Wednesday September 12th

Wednesday October 10th

Wednesday November 14th

If you require medical assistance when we are closed, you can do this by calling 111 or the surgery number, 01298 22338 where you will be transferred to the out of hours service.

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