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Selsey Medical Practice Philosophy of Care

This is very simple - every patient is entitled to receive the highest standard of care available.  The doctors and staff wish to provide a friendly, efficient and personal service to all of our patients and we believe that in general we succeed.

We are not complacent and constantly strive to improve the care that we offer, actively engaging in audit of our performance in order to improve both our clinical performance and the service that we provide. The doctors and staff regularly attend educational courses to keep abreast of developments in care.

Families, children and their problems are very important to the doctors and we believe that an understanding of these problems and relationships forms the basis of a good general practice.

Our Mission Statement

'We strive to provide the highest standard of care available; we work to empower our patients to manage their own health'

EVENTS CALENDAR

17/09/18: Thank you to all who came to our talk on eye care with ophthalmologist Miss Cornelia Poitelea - a very informative evening discussing how we can take care of our eyes.

*17/10/18: The Practice will be closed for training from 12 noon on Wednesday 17th October 2018. For non-urgent medical needs during this time, please call 111.

14/11/18: Save the date for our talk on diabetes on Wednesday 14th November. More information to be announced soon!

SUMMER NEWSLETTER

Click on the link to view our latest newsletter Summer 2018 Newsletter

FLU CLINICS

We have ordered your vaccine for you - for patients over 65 we are now booking flu clinics for September. Please contact the surgery for further details. For further information on the changes to the flu vaccination this year please read the section in our Summer Newsletter (click on the link above). 

TEXT MESSAGE REMINDERS

We need your consent to send you text messages, if you would like to receive messages please complete the form which can be downloaded here - patient preferences, you can also use this form to update us on your preferred communication method and your record sharing preferences. 

 

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(Site updated 18/09/2018)
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