Any patient who is asked to come into the Practice for a Face to Face consultation with a GP or a Nurse MUST wear a face covering
CASHER over the Summer
How can I get support this Summer
CASHER Weekend Clinic
We have 2 weekend slots each day at the weekend every weekend for a Face to Face assessment please ring 07810696565
CASHER will be joining the Boys and Girls club once a week at their summer activities
CASHER Reach out Fylde + Wyre
Every Wednesday we are holding virtual groups/1-1’s.
22nd July we will be covering the Fylde Area (Kirkham and St Annes)
29th July we will covering the Wyre area
(Fleetwood, Garstang and Over Wyre)
These will be held alternate Wednesdays
If you are low in mood or feeling anxious
Struggling with self harm and want some support please ring the CASHER Number 07810 696565
Arnold Medical Centre will be organising flu vaccination sessions for those patients who are eligible starting in September. We will contact you in August or early September with a timed appointment if you are eligible.
Summer Drop-In Sessions Wednesdays In August
Do you have worries or concerns about a young persons emotional mental health & wellbeing?
Throughout august Blackpool primary care mental health workers are offering weekly summer drop ins, for support and guidance.
Open to young people, parent carers & professionals.
Mondays in August 1-3pm
Whitegate Drive Health centre
Wednesdays in August 1-3pm
Talbot & Brunswick Childrens Centre,
Stress is a normal reaction to the rapidly changing and uncertain times we are all living in at the moment. If you are feeling a bit more stressed than usual and would like to learn how to deal with common problems like anxiety, depression, panicky feelings, poor sleep and poor wellbeing then please contact Supporting Minds Blackpool for support.
Click here for more information
From October 2019 the ordering of repeat prescriptions will no longer be possible from local pharmacies. Instead, patients will be required to order directly from the practice or use online services such as myGP or Patient Access.
NHS Blackpool Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), which plans and buys local health services, has introduced the changes to improve patient safety and reduce unnecessary costs from waste. The change will also bring Blackpool into line with the rest of Lancashire and much of the country.
We have seen that when patients order their own prescriptions this is safer and reduces waste. Over-ordering, stockpiling and unused medicines present a real risk to patient safety. It also costs the NHS hundreds of millions of pounds every year.
The only thing that is changing is that patients will not be able to order a repeat prescription at their local pharmacy and pharmacists will not be able to order prescriptions on patients’ behalf. Patients will still be able to collect or receive their medication from wherever they do now.
Practices will work with any particularly vulnerable patients and their families to ensure they are not negatively affected by the changes. Any patients the practices or pharmacies feel would struggle to cope with the change will be exempt and will be allowed to continue having prescriptions ordered on their behalf.
If you need help signing up to myGP or Patient Access, please speak to a receptionist on your next visit to the practice.
Anyone affected by this change who has concerns can email firstname.lastname@example.org call 01253 955480.
Evening & Weekend Appointments
Evening and weekend appointments are available with GPs, practice nurses and other healthcare professionals for routine pre-booked services.
The Fylde Coast NHS has arranged for additional appointments to be provided outside of normal GP practice hours by the Fylde Coast Integrated Urgent Care Service.
The service offers pre-bookable and same-day routine primary care appointments with a range of clinicians including GPs, nurses and health care assistants.
Please be aware that this is not a walk-in service - you must have an appointment.
Click here for more information.
myGP app is a patient facing service for smartphones. The app is designed to improve patient access to primary care services, to enable safe and secure communication between the practice and its patients, support data collection and to encourage self-care through monitoring and medicines adherence. It allows anywhere, anytime access – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, at home or abroad.
Core functionalities of the current version of the myGP are:
- Appointment booking/cancellation
- Call/Recall Campaign
- Circle of Care
- Patient-to-practice communication
- Medication Reminders
Registration takes just a few minutes. You need to download the app on to your android or iOS device, then register using your date of birth and mobile phone number for authentication (you must have your mobile number registered with the practice for the app to authenticate your registration). Once this is done you will be sent a text message with an authorisation code.
This website provides many online facilities, including appointment booking and cancellation, registration, prescription ordering, and much more. It also contains a vast range of health information and resources, along with practical information on visiting the surgery. We hope you find the website useful and informative.