Medication Requests around Christmas and New Year
If you are going to run out of medication over the Christmas and New Year period please ensure your request is received by the practice NO LATER than Friday 13th December to ensure it is ready.
Any requests submitted after this date, we cannot guarentee will be ready in time.
The practice will be closed on Wednesday 25th, Thursday 26th December and Wednesday 1st January.
Building Works Notice
The practice is undergoing some building improvements from the 25 November for at least 1 week. We have made provisions to ensure there is a minimal impact to the patients and staff while this is undertaken. This work will allow for 2 patient advisors to be able to assist patients from the reception desk area. This is essential to improve the access and needs of patients arriving at Rosedean.
If a patient wishes for a confidential conversation this will still be able to be requested but you may need to wait for another member of the team to arrive to take you to a private room.
Thank you for your co-operation.
Rosedean House Surgery now offers a video GP service – LIVI – to all our patients.
To access the service, simply download LIVI from the App store
(iphone) or Google Play (Android), and sign up. You can get medical
advice, prescriptions and referrals by video, with appointments
available on the same day, even at weekends.Get the LIVI app here: https://bit.ly/2KySedD
Improving your care
Rosedean House Surgery is announcing a new initiative that aims to improve the care you receive from the practice.
We are developing an acute care team of doctors, nurses, health care assistants and pharmacists to help you with medical problems quickly and efficiently.
Why are we doing this?
We are very aware of the difficulty in obtaining a doctor’s appointment, and the unfortunate 8:00am rush to phone for one. We know that needs to be improved, and that there can sometimes be a delay in the doctor calling you back about a medically urgent problem – something that is far from ideal.
We are therefore designing a more focussed care system local to you at the surgery, delivered by your trusted clinical team responsive to urgent need.
How will we deliver this service?
When you phone in for an appointment our patient advisors will ask you a few additional questions so that they can help the medical team prioritise your call and ensure you get the right care at the right time.
If your problem is an emergency, we will ask you to call 999 unless you need support in doing so.
If your problem is medically urgent our patient advisor will put you on an urgent ring back list for the next available clinician to call you.
If your problem needs less urgent attention the medical team will call you back later in the day and discuss things with you on the phone:
- They may be able to resolve your problem over the phone, saving you a trip to the surgery.
- If you need to be seen you will be offered an immediate appointment at our Acute Care Hub, or prompt care by an appropriate clinician for your need,
- Or if you prefer, your preferred GP as soon as possible dependent on your doctor’s working pattern and your personal preferences.
Our official start date for this service is Monday 9th September but you may notice a few small changes in the run up to this date.
Your feedback is important
The purpose of this scheme is to deliver a better, more responsive service to patients, and we are confident that your experience of care will be improved. However we also need your help and patience to get the scheme working well, and your feedback on what is, or isn’t, working.
Welcome to the Rosedean House Surgery Website
With this website we aim to help you find all the information you need at the click of a mouse. From ordering your repeat prescriptions to reading our practice newsletters, updating your contact details to checking opening times, you'll find it all here.