A Holocaust survivor who used his international sprinting skills to inspire Man City legends Mike Summerbee, Colin Bell and Francis Lee has become Trafford’s first patient to receive the coronavirus … [continue] Former international sprinter and Holocaust survivor first to receive the coronavirus vaccination in Trafford
Currently a lot of elective activity (planned surgery) has been paused and some outpatient appointments due to the current situation with COVID-19. This is because there are more patients in … [continue] MFT – pausing elective (planned surgery)
Primary Eyecare provides NHS funded eye care services across many parts of England. Go to this website to find your nearest Practice; http://primaryeyecare.co.uk/find-a-practice/
Click here for information for parents and guardians and what to do if your child has COVID symptoms. This poster summaries the key information.
Coming soon, Phase 4 of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS). Phase 4 of EPS allows prescriptions for patients without an EPS nomination to be signed, sent and processed electronically, making EPS the … [continue] Electronic Prescribing – Update August 2020
A group of five GP practices is providing almost 900 meals for hungry Trafford children by supporting a mask-making campaign that provides food for youngsters unable to receive their ‘vital’ … [continue] GP Practices supporting hungry local children with mask campaign
Click here to download the Health Mind Support document– it has lots of useful tips for improving and maintaining your mental health during the pandemic.
If you’ve had coronavirus or the symptoms, you can donate plasma for a trial which could save the lives of people who are still ill. Click here to offer to donate
During the past three months West Timperley Medical Centre has had to radically change the way in which we provide service to our patients. These changes have been implemented following … [continue] Coronavirus Pandemic – Service update for patients
Contact numbers for services in Trafford
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The law around organ donation in England has changed. All adults in England are now considered to have agreed to be an organ donor when they die unless they have recorded a … [continue] Changes to Organ donation – automatically opted in
West Timperley Medical Centre, in common with all other GP surgeries, is legally obliged to extract personal confidential date from our patients’ GP records and upload them to NHS digital … [continue] GPES Data Extraction for pandemic planning and research (Covid-19)
For workers in health or social care, easy access to patient information is critical to support decision-making about patient care and treatment, especially in situations such as the COVID-19 pandemic. … [continue] Information about sharing your health record
How we look after your personal information during the Covid-19 pandemic when staff work from home In accordance with government guidance and in order to protect the health and safety … [continue] Practice Privacy Notice update
If your child is feeling unwell make sure you seek medical advice – the doors of the NHS are still open. This traffic light guide from the Royal College of … [continue] Advice for parents during coronavirus
Covid-19 System Tracker APP – support this important Covid-19 research project. A Covid-19 symptom tracker app has been developed https://covid.joinzoe.com/. The app is free to download from the apple store or … [continue] Covid-19 System Tracker APP – support this important Covid-19 research project
Supplementary privacy note on Covid-19 for Service Users This notice describes how we may use your information to protect you and others during the Covid-19 outbreak. It supplements our main … [continue] Covid-19 and your information – Updated on 8th April 2020
If you have any concern that you may have symptoms or been in contact with someone that has the Coronavirus please visit https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY. Appointments Following guidance by NHS … [continue] Coronavirus
Cookery classes, sports, exercise and the arts – just some of the activities Trafford patients might be prescribed as part of a new way of boosting health and wellbeing. Social … [continue] ‘Social prescriptions’ being rolled out across Trafford
A group of GP practices is driving a ‘detect and protect’ programme to save hundreds of Trafford patients living with a potentially dangerous heart condition which could lead to a … [continue] GPs hope to save hundreds in Trafford at risk from ‘ticking time bomb’ heart condition