Welcome to St George's Medical Practice website
St. George's Medical practice is a teaching and training general practice in central West Bridgford, Nottingham. The doctors, nurses and staff aim to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare.
We are here to help when you are ill, and run numerous clinics for patients with long term conditions (chronic diseases). We also offer a wide variety of other medical services such as antenatal and postnatal care, minor surgery, contraception, childhood vaccinations and NHS health checks.
In addition to information you may wish to know about the practice, you will also find other health-related information on our website.
For information about how you can order repeat prescriptions and book routine GP appointments online, please go to the 'online services' link at the top right of the page.
PARTNERSHEALTH EXTENDED GP EVENING AND WEEKEND OPENING HOURS
The service is available to Rushcliffe registered patients (and any temporary residents within Rushcliffe) and provides routine pre-bookable and same day appointments evenings, weekends and all bank holidays (excl. Christmas Day and New Year’s Day).
For access to a GP outside of these times, please contact 111.
Flu Vaccination Clinics
Influenza (Flu) is an acute viral respiratory infection. It spreads easily from person to person.
Symptoms can include fever, chills, headache, muscle pain, extreme fatigue, a dry cough, sore throat and stuffy nose. Most people will recover within a week but flu can cause severe illness or even death in people at high risk. Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent influenza, therefore patients who are considered to be at greater risk are offered a free vaccination.
2019 Flu Clinics are being held on:
Saturday 28th September 8.30 – 12.30
Saturday 19th October 8.30 – 12.30
Tuesday 5th November 2.00pm – 7.30pm
If you are a registered patient at St. George’s Medical Practice and are eligible for a flu vaccination, you should shortly be receiving an invite through the post, inviting you to attend one of the above clinics. Please bring your invite along with you when you attend a clinic, as it greatly helps our process on the day.
Please note, the vaccine for children is only delivered to us in stages and we are unlikely to have any for the first clinic date, therefore please await your child’s invite before bringing them along to a clinic.
You are eligible for a flu vaccination if you fall in to one of the categories below:
- Are 65 years of age or older (as of 31st March 2018)
- Are aged 6 months to 64 years and are in an ‘at risk’ group, i.e. have a long term condition such as Asthma and other chronic respiratory diseases, Diabetes, Chronic Heart Disease, Renal Disease, Liver Disease or Immunosuppression.
- Are pregnant
- Are living in a long – stay residential care home.
- Receive a carer’s allowance, or are the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill.
If you believe you are eligible for a vaccination but do not receive an invite, please contact the practice.
Comments & Suggestions
We are always keen to hear your views on the service we provide and any suggestions you have which may improve the service. If you would like to give feedback to us, you can do so by going to the 'contact details' tab from the top menu and completing the on-line form (link below the map), alternatively you can drop in your comments in the comments box in the foyer or at the reception desk.
Also, as a service we will have regular inspections by the Care Quality Commission. To find out more about this, click on the 'Care Quality Commission' link from the right-hand menu. If you would like to make any comments about the practice directly to the CQC, you can do so by clicking on the link on that page which will take you to our practice section of the CQC website.
(Site updated 04/09/2019)