We are a small suburban surgery based in the village of Mountsorrel. With 2 GPs, 1 practice nurse, a healthcare assistant and an admin team. We work together as a healthcare team and are committed to ensuring that our patients receive a friendly, caring and accessible family health service
We have a diverse patient population each with different healthcare needs, and we aim to provide a service that works for each of you. The main focus of our healthcare team is ensuring the good health and wellbeing of our patients and wherever possible to provide the right individualised care and treatment to maintain a good quality of life.
To improve the health, well-being and lives of our patients by providing high quality care in a traditional family GP practice.
NEWS HEADLINES FROM CHARNWOOD SURGERY
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***** Appointments Wasted *****
In March 2018 96% of patients attended their appointment for the GP, nurse or phlebotomy.
20 patients did not attend their GP, nurse or phlebotomy appointment which resulted in a total of 4 hours of clinical time that was wasted (2 hours of GP time and 2 hours of nurse/HCA time). It's easy to cancel or re-arrange 01162375089 or register to use online services to make and cancel appointments and/or order repeat medication.
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*****Sexual Health Testing Kits *****
Online Self Testing Kits
A free online testing kit to test for Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea, HIV and Syphilis is now available for those over 25 via our website. If aged 24 and under there is a kit to order online to test for Chlamydia. Kits are sent in a discreet, small ‘postbox’ sized box with everything you need to complete and return the kit to us. To recommend this service to someone please direct them to this link:
***** Self Care *****
The West Leicestershire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) developed proposals, which have now been agreed by the CCG Board in September, which asks GPs to stop prescribing medicines for minor conditions. GPs are instead asked to advise patients to see their pharmacist in the first instance for advice on minor conditions that they feel could be treated quickly by an over the counter medicine.
***** Minor Injuries Service *****
We provide a minor injury service here at the surgery for injuries that are not life threatening, for example abrasions, bruises, sprains or minor trauma to hands, limbs or feet. Please see our 'latest news' section of right hand side for more information.
(Site updated 18/05/2018)