Chesterfield Medical Partnership
"Our aim is to provide the highest possible quality of care to all our patients in a professional, responsive, supportive and courteous manner, with patients and staff working together for the benefit of everyone."
Training Status for the PracticeWe have recently been awarded training status. Click on the link below for more information.... Practice News
Phlebotomy Clinics ReinstatedWe are pleased to announce we can reinstate our mixture of drop in clinics and bookable phlebotomy appointments across all three sites. Click here for more information: Phlebotomy
National Newspaper Article:
"Before you complain about your GP, this is what you need to know about actually doing the job." Click here to read more.
You Said....We DidOur response to common issues patients raised can be found here...
School Age Children's Vaccinations
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Access to AppointmentsDue to the GP Practice site closures in the Chesterfield area in 2015, we received a sudden influx of complex new patient registrations. As this was unplanned it had a serious effect on our available resources. We are using all our best endeavours to manage the increase in our list size & increase on demand of our services. We are monitoring this issue and managing it accordingly to ensure as little disruption to our services as possible. We would like to thank our patients for their understanding at this difficult time.
We all know that the NHS is under extreme pressure nationally. At Chesterfield Medical Partnership we are doing all we can to mold our systems to best meet the needs of our practice population. With this in mind you will start to see a change in the way we book our appointments. We will be using our highly trained Nurse Practitioners to run clinics. They can diagnose, prescribe and refer patients in the same way as GP’s can. They will work alongside the GPs running their own clinics and referring to their colleagues where required.
In order for this system to work, you will find that the Reception team will be asking a standard set of questions (much like the 111 operators do). We want to reassure you that this is not because they are nosey, it is because they need to ensure you are booked with the correct clinician.
To help us help you, please book one appointment for one issue and do not come with a list for a 10 minute appointment.
We anticipate that this revised system will help with the access to appointments.
Thank you for your co-operation.
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Care Quality Commission Registration