Blackpool Council is committed to maintaining essential services and protecting the most vulnerable members of our community.
We are setting up a community corona kindness helpline for those who want to help and for those that need help.
The services that we propose to help with initially are:
- Food shopping
- Dog walking
- Medical supplies
- Social isolation and loneliness
If you need to access any of those things or you feel you can help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. If you need help call 0808 1963080.
**CORONAVIRUS / COVID-19 UPDATE** 17.03.2020
The practice is continuing to NOT book routine appointments and any booked appointments will be either changed to telephone triage appointments or cancelled. You WILL be informed of either change (please see previous post).
1. If you are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), such as cough and/or fever, have no underlying health conditions and are well* there is no need to contact the surgery. Please visit www.gov.uk for up to date guidance on what to do including isolation and links to the NHS website.
*Being ‘well’ you are able to carry out normal activities without difficulty such as getting dressed, showering/bathing, cooking, cleaning, watching television, using your mobile phone etc.
2. If you are experiencing symptoms of Coronavirus (COVID-19), such as cough and/or fever, have underlying health conditions and or are unwell please follow the guidance on the www.gov.uk website regarding isolation. Please contact the surgery if you require advice on your underlying health condition and or are symptomatic.
Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if:
- you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home
- your condition gets worse
- your symptoms do not get better after 7 days
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
The practice cannot answer questions regarding isolation periods for individual cases or work situations. If you call for advice on these matters you will be asked to look at the www.gov.uk website.
As of today (12.03.2020) routine appointments with GP's, Nurse Practitioner's, Practice Nurse's & Health Care Assistant's are NOT being booked.
The practice will continue to run an emergency on the day appointment system for those who are acutely unwell, all of these patients will be triaged by telephone before an appointment is booked.
Any appointments that are currently booked will be either re-arranged or changed to a telephone appointment.
YOU WILL BE CONTACTED BY THE PRACTICE IF YOUR APPOINTMENT IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
A pre-recorded message has been added to the telephone system please use this, the website and social media to keep upto date with any further developments that affect the practice.
We now have a dedicated telephone number for the Extended Access out of hours service which FCMS will be providing. This is for GP appointments, nurses including dressings, ECG's, sexual health, blood tests, asthma, diabetes etc.
Extended Access Service Out of Hours provision – Monday to Friday from 6.30pm-8pm and Weekends 8am-8pm
Telephone number - 01253 952950
Patients to book via this service out of GP practice hours, during core practice hours patients to book/cancel appointments via their GP practice.
How To Contact Us
South Shore Primary Care Centre
Telephone: 01253 956655
CHANGES TO REPEAT PRESCRIPTION ORDERING
From 20th April 2015 we will be making changes to the way you currently order your repeat prescriptions. We will be replacing this with Emis Access which will enable you to order your medication directly into the practice clinical system. You will also be able to book appointments online to see a GP of your choice.
If you still want to place prescription orders online you will need to call into the practice and pick up a access registration form or we can email you one.
The myGP app lets you book GP appointments, blood (only blood tests) tests with nurses order repeat prescriptions and set up medication reminders on your smartphone.
The Electronic Prescription Service will go live on the 27th August 2015. You will be able to nominate a pharmacy of your choice. You will need to sign up for this with your pharmacy and at the GP practice in person.
More information can be found at http://systems.hscic.gov.uk/eps/patients Where you can download a patient leaflet
Stonyhill Medical Practice serves the area of Blackpool from Bloomfield Road in the north, Vicarage Lane/Midgeland Road/Queensway to the east, St Annes Road East in the south and ending at The Promenade in the west.
Stonyhill Medical Practice is a GMS (General Medical Services) practice.
Our team includes four full-time GPs, two Salaried GP's and a team of Nurse Practitioners, an Advanced Paramedic Practitioner, Practice Nurses, and Primary Health Care Assistants.
A Community Matron, District Nursing Team and Health Visitors are attached to the practice.
Stonyhill Medical Practice is a training practice attracting Medical Students, GP trainees, GP Registrars, Health Visitor and Nursing Students.
Three Practice Managers oversee the general running of Stonyhill Medical Practice who are supported by a Reception, Secretarial and Administration Team.
The practice also has two in-house Pharmacist Practitioners, Nicola Wojarski and Samir Vohra.
We offer full general practice services.
Our Nurse Practitioners and Advanced Paramedic Practitioner offer daily triage and on-the-day appointments for urgent care. Nurse Practitioners can prescribe medication, they also see patients with complex chronic diseases.
The practice offers Contraception Advice including Contraception Implants.
Sexual Health Clinics are available by appointment to registered and non- registered patients.
Practice Nurses offer specialist clinics for Asthma, Diabetes, Chronic Obstructive Airways Diseases, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Hypertension, Smoking Cessation, Weight and Lifestyle Advice, Contraception, Women’s Health and Baby Vaccinations.
The surgery runs clinics by appointment with the Practice Nurses for Dressings, Holiday Vaccinations and Travel Advice.
Our Primary Health Care Assistants see all new patients for Well Person Checks, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Dressings, Suture Removal and Lifestyle Advice. They also assist with Minor Surgery.
The Community Midwife runs weekly Antenatal Clinics for pregnant women.
Health Visitors monitor babies and children up to school age.
In addition, our GPs offer Minor Surgery, Joint Injections, IUD fitting, Contraception Implants and a Uro-Gynaecology Clinic.
At Stonyhill Medical Practice we aim to treat all our patients promptly, courteously and in complete confidence.
Stonyhill Medical Practice sometimes has to consent to Audit by the Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group or other outside agencies. This means doctors from outside our practice may need access to medical or computer records of our patients. Medical records may be used for educational purposes. Because of this, we ask patients registering with us to sign a consent form giving permission for their records to be used in this way. This information is completely confidential and does not leave the practice.
This website is for both existing patients and those considering registering with us. It tells you about our services, how to access them and some general information about how our practice operates.
Patients With Particular Needs
Our premises are accessible to patients using a wheelchair. We have three lifts, one of which is large size.
We have several parking spaces which are reserved for patients displaying a disabled sticker.
For patients with hearing problems, we have special hearing loop facilities at reception.
Freedom Of Information - Publication Scheme
The Freedom of Information Act 2000 obliges the practice to produce a Publication Scheme. A Publication Scheme is a guide to the ‘classes’ of information the practice intends to routinely make available.
This scheme is available from the Practice Manager.
Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group
Blackpool FY1 6JX
Tel: 01253 651200 • Fax: 01253 651210
The area served by Stonyhill Medical Practice is in the district covered by Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group.
Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group is responsible for ensuring you get all the services you need.
For details of all primary care services in the area, look at www.blackpool.nhs.uk