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Rivergreen Medical Centre, 106 Southchurch Drive, Clifton, Nottingham, NG11 8ADTel: 0115 9211566
We now have a First Contact Physiotherapist working at the surgery - Monday and Wednesday mornings, please see the 'Latest News' under 'Quick Links' for details.
'WE POLITELY REQUEST THAT EVERYONE WEARS A FACE COVERING WHEN ENTERING THE SURGERY
******* COVID-19: URGENT PATIENT NOTICE - Please Share. *******
Coronavirus (COVID-19): what you need to do:
Visit https://www.gov.uk/coronavirus for Full guidance on staying at home and away from others
In accordance with national guidelines concerning Coronavirus (COVID-19), the surgery has taken proactive measures to move to a ‘triage first model of care’ to protect patients and staff from possible infection.
The surgery has now suspended the SystmOnline Booking function which allows patients to book face to face consultations. This is because all patients must be triaged first, to assess their risk of Coronavirus before coming into the surgery. Please do not come to the surgery to book an appointment, the only way you will be able to request an appointment is by telephone.
For the foreseeable future, we will not be offering pre-bookable GP appointments.
Patients MUST be prepared to provide a reason for any appointment.
Please visit our website for further details we will keep this updated with any changes.
Thank you for understanding, everything we are doing is to try to protect our patients and staff as best we can.
****** IMPORTANT NOTICE ******
If you have symptoms associated with coronavirus including a new continuous cough or a high temperature or a loss of taste or smell please do not attend the practice. NHS 111 has an online service which can advise you what to do. The service can be found at 111.nhs.uk or by calling 111. If you want to be tested for coronavirus please call 119 or visit gov.uk to book a test.
SENIOR GP PARTNER
Monday, Alternate Wednesdays and Thursdays
Wednesday AM /Thur AM/Fri AM and PM
Thursday and Friday
First Contact Practitioner MSK - Clinics Monday and Wednesday
Our First Contact Practitioner service provides new expertise and increased capacity to our practice population suffering from musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions and provides our patients with faster access to the right care.
The FCP services ensures that, where appropriate, patients with musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions are seen by the right person in a primary care setting and they receive appropriate care in a more timely manner.
FCP services improve MSK pathways, improve onward referral practice and enhance patient experience and outcomes.
Where appropriate patients can be booked directly with a FCP.
Our FCP's are Martynas Zilinskas, Rob Fenlon and Liz Nile
Click here for more information
HEALTH CARE ASSISTANT
Practice Business Manager - Monday to Thursday
Assistant Practice Manager
Our Associate Practitioner supports our medical professionals with the experience to deliver high quality care. She helps an assessing, supporting, signposting and monitoring our patients.
Our Associate Practitioner assists our GP's with daily triage and Care Home Ward rounds.
Practice Pharmacist - undertaking structured medication reviews and medication queries/updates.
ADMIRAL NURSE - DEMENTIA SPECIALIST ADMIRAL NURSE CLINCS
Admiral Nurses are specialist nurses who work across health and social care systems to deliver specialist support to families affected by dementia who have complex needs, characterised by a significant risk of breakdown in the caring relationship, multi-morbidities, disease progression and concerns surrounding carers’ own health, including stress and anxiety.
The support spans peri diagnosis to post-bereavement support.
Admiral Nurses are continually trained, developed and supported by Dementia UK.
SOCIAL PRESCRIBING LINK WORKER
Social prescribing is a service that has been designed to help people address their physical, mental health and general well-being by connecting them to support within the community.
GPs and other health professionals can refer patients to their local Social Prescribing Team. Patients will have an appointment with a Social Prescribing Link Worker who will support patients to identify the improvements they want to make who will then help to put them in touch with those resources, such as:
Local community groups, a new activity or a local club
Link workers offer support through health coaching and one-to-one.