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EXTENDED ACCESS QUESTIONNAIRE 

Last year we asked you to tell us your lived experience of primary care (GP practice) services, particularly looking at the impact of the pandemic.

We are now looking at future healthcare needs for people specifically outside of the usually opening hours of your GP practice. 

We are asking for your feedback to enable us to plan GP primary care services based on the needs of local people particularly between the hours of 6.30pm and 8pm Mondays to Fridays and between 9am and 5pm on Saturdays.

This would help your practice and the NHS in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland to prioritise the way we organise and pay for services and help guide Primary Care Network (groups of GPs working together to improve health services) to cope the needs of local people.  It will also help us to improve care for the higher numbers of sicker people and the general rise in demand for GP appointments and treatment.

The survey closes on mid-night on 24th June 2022.

Please share your views by visiting https://questionpro.eu/t/AB3uqQLZB3vQW6

You can also pick up a hard copy of the survey from your local GP practice or request a copy by emailing: llrccgs.beinvolved@nhs.net

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CHANGES TO THE WAY YOU REQUEST YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS.

The way we request repeat prescriptions is changing.

As from the 30th June, you will need to order your prescriptions directly through your GP Surgery and not through a Pharmacy, Internet pharmacy or Appliance Contractor.

You can drop your repeat slip into the surgery or register online (please ask at reception for details of registering). We will still send the prescription to your nominated pharmacy electronically or hold it at the surgery for you to collect. The surger...

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