Parbold Surgery - a GP Training Practice
With this website we hope to improve our services to all our patients and enable you to find the information you require at the click of a mouse.
You can order repeat prescriptions online, download registration forms, cancel existing appointments, change your name and address and much more.
THE SURGERY WILL BE CLOSED FOR STAFF TRAINING THURSDAY 22ND NOVEMBER 2018 FROM 12.30PM ONWARDS . PLEASE COLLECT YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS BEFORE 12.30PM ON THESE DAYS.
WOULD YOU PLEASE ALLOW THE RECEPTION STAFF TO HAVE AN EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR YOU IN CASE WE NEED TO GET HOLD OF YOU IN AN EMERGENCY. IF YOU HAVE A MOBILE TELEPHONE WOULD YOU PLEASE GIVE THE NUMBER TO RECEPTION. THANK YOU
Each and every patient registered with Parbold Practice has a named GP it is a Government initiative that we inform you who your named GP is. Please ask the receptionist when you next contact the practice and they will be only too happy to inform you who your named GP is.
PLEASE NOTE. If the named GP is not the GP you normally see don't worry you can see any doctor of your choice in the practice.
If you do not wish to have an appointment or flu campaign reminder sent to you on your mobile number please inform reception now, otherwise you will recieve a reminder for all your appointments when they are due.Please be aware that no letter reminder for the flu campaigns will be sent.
CLICK HERE TO SEE HOW GOVERNMENT POLICIES MAY AFFECT YOUR SURGERY
ARE YOU PLEASED WITH THE SERVICE WE GIVE YOU? THEN PLEASE LET EVERYONE KNOW, GO TO NHS CHOICES ON THE INTERNET WWW.NHS.UK AND LEAVE US SOME FEEDBACK. THANK YOU
PARBOLD SURGERY HAS BEEN VOTED TOP OF THE GP SURGERIES IN THE WIGAN AREA. THIS INFORMATION CAN BE VIEWED IN THE WIGAN OBSERVER NEWSPAPER 2017. THANK YOU
Patient Access Online Services - (requires password) - order your prescription, book an appointment, send us a message and even view your own medical records ask at reception or apply to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
FLU CAMPAIGN 2018
PLEASE NOTE IF WE HAVE YOUR MOBILE NUMBER WE CAN SEND YOU A REMINDER TEXT MESSAGE FOR YOUR FLU VACCINATION IN 2018. NO REMINDER LETTERS WILL BE SENT SO LET US HAVE YOUR NUMBER AND YOU WON'T MISS YOU VACCINATION.
AUTOMATED MESSAGES WILL BE LEFT ON BOTH LAND LINES AND MOBILES. PLEASE NOTE
THESE ARE NOT SCAMS.
FLU CLINICS FOR CHILDREN ARE ON THE 11TH OCTOBER 2018 AND 18TH OCTOBER 2018 PREBOOKED APPOINTMENTS ONLY.
ADULT FLU CLINICS WILL BE HELD ON THE
5TH NOVEMBER 2018
12TH AND 19TH NOVEMBER 2018
8.30AM TO 12.00 NOON AND 2PM TO 6PM .
THESE ARE WALK IN FLU CLINICS NO APPOINTMENT REQUIRED
ARE YOU MAKING AN APPOINTMENT WITH THE HEALTH CARE ASSISTANTS (HCA's)?
PLEASE NOTE THAT NURSES AND HEALTH CARE ASSISTANTS (HCA'S) ARE NOT THE SAME. THE HCA'S ARE NOT QUALIFIED NURSES AND SO ARE UNABLE TO DEAL WITH SOME OF THE REQUESTS THAT YOU REQUIRE. IF YOU ARE UNSURE WHO YOU NEED TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH PLEASE ASK AT RECEPTION AND THEY WILL BE ABLE TO HELP YOU. IF YOU HAVE RECEIVED A LETTER FROM THE SURGERY PLEASE GIVE THE REFERENCE CODE PRINTED ON THE LETTER TO RECEPTION AND THEY WILL BE ABLE TO BOOK YOUR APPOINTMENT WITH THE RELEVANT STAFF MEMBER
PLEASE SEE THE NURSES/HCA PAGE OF THE WEBSITE FOR FORTHER INFORMATION
We are always looking to improve our services so please fill in our patient survey or leave some feedback on our contact page. We hope that with your help and co-operation we will be able to make this website a better portal for all your online needs.
On arrival at the surgery for your appointment why not book in using our new automated arrivals flat screen to the left of the main entrance. This will notify staff of your arrival, tell you approximate waiting times and avoid queues at reception.
Arriving late for your appointment. This of course does happen to us all as much as we try to be ontime. The computer arrivals screen is configured so that anyone arriving 10 or more minutes late are informed to go to the reception area to book in. Here they will be informed of the surgery policy
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(Site updated 08/11/2018)