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Cervical Screening

Everything you need to know about cervical screening:

 

Cervical screening, or the “smear test”, is a routine health check that identifies potentially harmful cells and changes on the cervix. Cervical screening is not a test for cancer but catching any changes early can reduce your risk of developing cervical cancer. Cervical cancer kills two women every day. Regular screenings can help reduce that number, which is why it’s so important you attend your screening when invited.

 

Our nurses are trained to do all they can to put you at ease during your appointment and are on hand to answer any questions or concerns you may have. However, whether you attend your screening or not, is ultimately your choice.

 

If you’re due to have a cervical screening, you’ll receive an invite via text or letter. Don’t ignore it, book your cervical screening here today.

 

If you missed your previous appointment or are unsure if you are due a screening, please contact us and we will book you an appointment if you’re due.

 

You can book an appointment by calling us on 0208 6471818 or email us on manorpractice@nhs.net or use our online booking system.

 


                                                                                                       



Polite Notice!

Due to delays + problems with electronic prescribing, can you please drop your NEXT REQUEST off at the PRACTICE AND NOT THE PHARMACY.

We will send your prescription electronically to your pharmacy for you to pick up as normal.

Please allow at least 48 working hours before collection. 


Extended Access

Local GP and nurse appointments now available 8am-8pm every weekend for your convenience at 2 sites within Sutton. To make an appointment please call 07578813838. This number is only operational Saturdays and Sundays between 8am-8pm. Further information is also available from our reception team during normal opening hours.


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Sutton GP Services Limited (SGPS) is a GP Federation, set up to provide quality healthcare for the residents in Sutton. The organisation was formed in February 2015, in response to the growing need for change and collaborative working within General Practice. SGPS is made up of 24 local practices who are passionate about providing robust healthcare for the population of Sutton.

 http://www.suttongpservices.co.uk/index.html


Please see advice page for Hayfever and/or insect bite advice and more information on self help and pharmacy assistance. 

It is not always necessary to see a doctor - Consult your Pharmacist first 

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We are now communicating to our patients via text messaging!

Mobile Phones are a convenient, efficient and cost effective method for us to communicate with our Patients.

We will never include confidential information within the text.

If you have a mobile and are happy for us to communicate with you, please can you contact reception to update your records.

If you do not have a mobile we will continue to write to you as normal.

We are encouraging all patients who have a mobile phone to enable text messaging.

In response to your feedback requiring more information within the text message about the appointment type/ reason we propose using the following text message 'types'.  



    • Please book a routine appointment/ tele consult following your recent test result/ hospital letter follow up.

    • A new prescription is ready for you to collect at your local pharmacy/ the surgery.

    • Please book an appointment with our HCA for Dietary Advice.

    • Please book a repeat test in            weeks.

    • Your medication review/diabetes review/asthma review is due. Please book an appointment with                                              



We hope you will agree that this will improve the service we offer to you. If you do not wish for us to communicate with you in this way please contact our reception team  or let us know when you next visit the practice and we will note your 'opt out' accordingly. 

Download our Consent Form. 

Mobile Consent Form



Patient Participation Group

Are you interested in finding out more about our practice and the development of health services?

Manor Practice is seeking patients to join our Patient Participation Group. We are looking for people from all sections of the community to attend our PPG meetings at Manor Practice to get involved and discuss ideas about the practice and its services to patients. if you are would like to contribute but do not have the time to attend please join our virtual group at: patientgroup.mp@gmail.com

For more information on our PPG please visit our PPG page which is located under Have your say.


Feedback

We are constantly trying to monitor and improve our services to our patients.  The practice welcomes any suggestions or comments you may wish to make to help us in our quest.

 

We want to provide the best possible service to our patients.  We want to hear your views - where you like the service or where things might be better.

 

 

Please speak to any one of the receptionists, Fill out or feedback form or ask to speak to Anne Holburn, our practice manager.


 

Increase in measles cases across London

 

If you or your child have a rash like illness, especially if preceded by a fever, please telephone the practice before attending so that arrangements can be made for your isolation.  On arrival you must report to reception.

 

If you develop these symptoms when we are closed please telephone ahead before attending urgent care centres or A&E departments and report to their reception on arrival.

 

MMR Vaccine remains the most effective way to protect against measles.  If your child is aged between 13 months and 18 years and has not had the 2 dose course, please book an appointment with one of our nurses.


Bereavement Advice

https://support.sueryder.org/community/life-after-bereavement

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