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1. You may be able to access your medical records online (subject to GP approval). All coded entries in a patients record will be visible for patients to view, including consultations, BP readings, referrals, etc. Please ask at reception for further information.

2.  EVERY PATIENT AT SUNRISE NOW HAS A NAMED GP - Just ask us to let you know the name of YOUR named GP.

3.  We are closed on Bank Holidays and weekends so please ring 111 for advice and support.

4.  Remember to order your medications before any holiday period.  It is also important to have your own supply of over the counter medications in case you need them at night or during weekends

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6.  GP+ Nottingham City – extended hours access for patients

Offering Evening & Weekend Appointments bookable through your GP practice, patients registered at this practice are able to access additional routine appointments during evenings and weekends through the new GP+ service. 

Appointments are available to see GPs, Practice Nurses, Clinical Pharmacists and Physiotherapists in a fully equipped accessible location on Upper Parliament Street in Nottingham City Centre.

 

Opening hours are: 

16:00-20:00 Monday – Friday

9:00-13:00 Saturday & Sunday

 

This is not a walk-in service, appointments are required and booked through the reception team at the surgery.  For more information visit: www.ncgpa.org.uk/gpplus

7.  We have updated our privacy notice.  Click here to view  Privacy Notice April 2018

 

Chaperones

A chaperone is an independent person, appropriately trained, whose role is to independently observe the examination/procedure undertaken by the doctor/health professional to assist the appropriate doctor-patient relationship.

A chaperone will usually be a receptionist or nurse and will:

  • Be sensitive and respect the patient’s dignity and confidentiality.
  • Reassure the patient if they show signs of distress or discomfort.
  • Be familiar with the procedures involved in a routine intimate examination.
  • Stay for the examination and be able to see what the doctor is doing, if practical.
  • Be prepared to raise concerns if they are concerned about the doctor’s behavior or actions.

If you require any further assistance or information or would like to request a chaperone just ask the health professional or a receptionist.

 



 
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