Partnership Update

The practice is sad to announce that, after 8 years, Dr Natasha Smeaton will be leaving at the end of May. She is having a break before taking on a job at another practice and we wish her well for the future. Dr Stephen Yaxley will replacing her as the Lead Partner at...

Proposal to merge Queens Crescent Surgery with Matthewman Practice

The Queens Crescent Practice and Matthewman Practice have put together a proposal to merge. The proposed changes would mean that you will still see the same doctor you currently see, whilst enabling us to provide a more convenient service which offers you a wider...

Novel Coronavirus

Covid-19 If you think you may have Covid-19, have a fever of 37.8 or above and/or a dry non-productive cough please do not attend the practice, pharmacy or hospital and self-isolate at home. Use the NHS 111 online service at https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 to find out...

Queens Crescent Practice Annual Christmas Bazaar!

Come and join us on the 17th at the James Wigg Practice for a day full of wholesome festive fun! From 12pm – 5pm we will be hosting a grand Christmas event for all to enjoy from raffles and games to stalls and even Tombola! Everyone and anyone are welcome to attend,...

Flu vaccinations

Your annual flu vaccination is due! The vaccination is free and recommended yearly for the most at risk of complications of Influenza. Please see below the walk in clinic dates for your flu vaccination. Starting Friday 4th October and finishing Wednesday 30th October:...

Accessible Information Standard (AIS)

Since 1st August 2016, all organisations that provide NHS care are legally required to follow the Accessible Information Standard. This Standard sets out a specific, consistent approach to identifying, recording, flagging, sharing and meeting the information and...

The Importance Of Medical Records To Improve Public Health

The Queens Crescent Practice takes part in research. Research is important to the NHS and benefits us all, whether we are fit and healthy or suffering from an illness or condition. Research helps our understanding of the causes, prevention and treatment of disease and...
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