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Patient Survey Results

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24 hour bookings and prescriptions

Learn about how to access online services such as appointment booking and prescriptions

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Shingles

If your date of birth is between 2/9/1935 - 31/8/1937 and 2/9/1942 - 1/9/1945 then please call the surgery to book in for shingles vaccination

Extra Appointments

NHS England has released a small amount of money to support the winter pressures in general practice locally. This will provide on, on average, about 24 extra appointments on Mondays until the end of February (About a 3% increase during this period). These have to be book on the day appointments and will be released by reception in line with the other book on the day appointments.

Catchment Area Checker

Please click on the link below to check if you live within our catchment area.

https://www.primarycare.nhs.uk/publicfn/catchment.aspx?oc=M81070&h=1000&w=1200&if=0

GP Net Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice. 

The average pay for GPs working in Churchfields Surgery in the last financial year was £77,070 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 7 full-time GPs, 2 part-time GPs and 2 locum GP who worked in the practice for more than six months.

NB: The GP Partners at Churchfields Surgery are obliged to pay both their own Employee’s and Employer’s NHS Pension Contributions out of earnings.  The average of these non-voluntary contributions payable for the last financial year was £26,920 per relevant GP Partner.

 
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