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Enhanced Access - Patient Engagement Survey -

Please complete it won't take more than a minute or two.

As part of the ongoing NHS transformation, in 2019 the 12 GP practices in North West Leicestershire came together to form a Primary Care Network. All practices are required to open between the core hours of 08:00 and 18:30 and from 1st October 2022 the Primary Care Network will be asked to provide extra hours outside of core hours which will be known as Enhanced Access. We are keen to understand what you, as patients, would like to see available and we will use your feedback to help model the new service.

 Please click on the link below to complete our short survey. This should take you no more than 5 minutes to complete.

 https://forms.office.com/r/5bmmpfpxJC

 Thank you for having your say.

 North West Leicestershire Primary Care Network

 

 

We're officially a Parkrun practice!

The practice has become an official parkrun practice.  This means we want to encourage doctors, staff and patients to join a parkrun. 

Come to parkrun if you want to:

  • Make friends
  • Be part of a community
  • Improve your health
  • Be active
  • Learn new skills

You can walk, run, volunteer, take your dog, take your baby in a buggy but what's really important is that you join in and enjoy being outdoors with lots of other people.  This can help you feel great and benefit from all the health benefits of doing exercise. 

The nearest parkrun is at Conkers in Moira every Saturday morning at 9am and it's free.  Hundreds of people join in and so it's quite a sight!  There are lots of other parkruns too but see their website for more info.

If you'd like to speak to somebody in the practice who's done a parkrun please ask at reception. There are a few who do one regularly and several others who've done at least one.

Also see this parkrun guide for more information.

Taking part is easy,

Register once at 

www.parkrun.org.uk

Print your barcode and just turn up.

 
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