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Flu Clinics

Our annual flu clinics are now available to book. We currently have 2 dates available, Sunday 11th October and Saturday 17th October. We are only able to offer these appointments to the following patients:

  • All people aged 65 and over 
  • Those in at risk Groups, with some medical conditions including diabetes, COPD, heart failure and asthma
  • People who were required to shield from coronavirus and anyone they live with
  • Pregnant women
  • Health and care staff (and other carers group)

If you fall into any of the above categories then please telephone reception for an appointment on 01749 601333.

Please note that you should not arrive early for your appointment and wherever possible you should come alone. You may need to queue,  possibly outside and there will be limited seating available. You should not attend if you are showing any symptoms of Covid, or if you are isolating due to contact with a potential or actual Covid case. You will need to wear a face covering when you attend unless there is a confirmed reason why you can’t, in which case you will be provided with a face shield.

Information regarding patients between the ages of 50 and 64 will be released by the government later in the year, so if you are in this age group, with none of the other criteria listed above, then we will not be able to offer you a vaccine yet. 

 

Recruitment

We currently have a vacancy for a Deputy Practice Manager. Please see our recruitment page for further information. 

 

Additional GPs to join the practice

We are delighted to announce that as of September 7th 2020, we have 2 new, additional GPs joining the team at Wells City Practice. 

Dr Michaela Murray will be joining us as a GP Partner and will be doing 6 clinical sessions at the practice (this equates to 3 whole days). Michaela has been a Salaried GP for several years, most recently at Chew Medical Practice. She will bring many skills to the practice, in particular, expertise in fitting Long Acting Reversible Contraception devices such as the coil and implant. Michaela is looking forward to joining our Partnership and we are thrilled to have her as a new GP Partner.

Dr Helen Bowers is currently a Salaried GP at a practice in Weston and will be joining us as a 5 session Salaried doctor (this equates to 2 1/2 days). Helen is also a very experienced GP and will be an excellent addition to our team. She too is looking forward to joining us and will have much to add to the skill mix here at Wells City Practice.

With an ever increasing patient list size and the numerous, on going challenges that we all face in the NHS, we feel this exciting development is happening at the right time and will allow us to continue to further improve and develop our services to our patients.

 

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Improved Access at Glastonbury, Street and Wells

The Surgeries of Glastonbury, Street and Wells will be jointly providing improved access to our combined list of 52,000 patients.

Each Surgery will be providing:

  • Extended hours from 6.30pm to 8pm on selected week-nights
  • Saturday mornings opening from 8am to 10am in rotation

The appointments available will be a mixture of GP, Nurse Practitioner and Practice Nurse.   Some routine procedures, currently undertaken during the week, will also be moved to Saturday mornings.

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Health Connections Mendip

Health Connections Mendip is a new health and wellbeing service available to patients. Patients can talk to a health connector at the surgery to find out about local activities, support and services Health Connections MendipHealth Connections Mendip available, and can also arrange one-to-one appointments to speak to a Connector. During these appointments a Health Connector will listen to your health story and assist you with setting health-related goals which are meaningful to you. Health Connectors also support you to make positive changes that last. You can also access the service by telephone on 01373 468 368, email at mendip.healthconnections@nhs.net or visit us at: www.healthconnectionsmendip.org.
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