Many thanks for registering with Lonsdale Medical Group. We want to welcome you to our Practice and let you know some key information about our Practice and also gather some more data so we can make sure we tailor your care to your needs.
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Information regarding our services and how to access care can be found at www.lonsdalemedicalcentre.nhs.uk
At Lonsdale we promote self care and tailor our services to the needs of our patients offering a personalised care approach.
If you are feeling unwell please try our self help sections or the options for self referral such as sexual health home testing and physiotherapy referrals.
If none of these options are suitable you can complete an online consultation and a member of our team will review your case within 24 hours. You may be directed to a more appropriate service or booked to see someone at Lonsdale.
Details can be found here
All patients registered with a GP have a Summary Care Record, unless they have chosen not to have one. The information held in your Summary Care Record gives health and care professionals, away from your usual GP practice, access to information to provide you with safer care, reduce the risk of prescribing errors and improve your patient experience.
Please note the Practice will need to opt the patient out via a government website.
Lifestyle Advice and Clinical Information
Thank you for taking the time to complete the questionnaire so far. This next section is to gather some clinical information and up to date lifestyle advice to help us tailor the service to your needs.
If you have a long term condition, we offer you an appointment in the month of your birthday to ensure you have all the support and care you need and are involved in decisions. You will be contacted by a member of the month of birth team when your birthday arrives. A lot of our recalls are currently being done remotely via smart phone
Units are a simple way of expressing the quantity of pure alcohol in a drink.
One unit equals 10ml or 8g of pure alcohol, which is around the amount of alcohol the average adult can process in an hour.
This means that within an hour there should be, in theory, little or no alcohol left in the blood of an adult, although this will vary from person to person.
The number of units in a drink is based on the size of the drink, as well as its alcohol strength.
For example, a pint of strong lager contains 3 units of alcohol, whereas the same volume of low-strength lager has just over 2 units.
Knowing your units will help you stay in control of your drinking.
Please state how many units of alcohol you drink a week
Please see our website with advice on how to take a good blood pressure reading
and use our blood pressure calculator to check your reading
Please do not request acute prescriptions or medications you have had in the past, instead use our online consultation form available on our website.
Please ensure you read the policy on our website and accept the terms of our policy.
We will now add you to our systems and will have you up and running on our systems in the next 5 days. We may ask you to come and complete a blood pressure check if at the Surgery and will contact you if needed
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