Welcome to Selsey Medical Practice
Our 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'
Please be aware that Selsey Medical Practice is not a walk in centre.
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Wednesday 14th November 2018 - Diabetes Awareness
The diabetes awareness evening was well attended and really informative. The evening was led by a diabetes specialist and we all came away much more knowledgeable about this disease, we will definitely be giving more careful consideration for what we have for lunch now! The interactive session was a good opportunity to ask questions about diabetes and pre-diabetes.
Thursday 13th December 2018 - General Men’s Health
Prostates, lumps and bumps, continence etc.! An informative evening again, Mr James Hicks, Consultant Urologist was interesting and entertaining and gave some really useful advice on men's health and in particular prostate and testicular cancer. He told us about the technology which is now available to perform operations and the difference this makes for patient outcomes.
Wednesday 6th March 2019 - Women's Health Evening
This evening educational event was well attended by patients, staff and members of our patient group. Miss Tipples who is a consultant at St Richards Hospital and Nuffield health gave an informative talk which was set at level which was easy to understand. She was clearly very experienced in this area and was able to answer the many questions which were asked in this interactive evening. The talk covered a wide variety of topics including screening, menopause and menorrhagia (heavy bleeding). Miss Tipples emphasised the importance of cervical screening in the prevention of cancer and gave a wide variety of ways in which women can help manage their menopause symptoms. The presentation by Miss Tipples from this informative talk can found on our website here: Women's Health Talk with Melanie Tipples
Thursday 12th Sept 2019 - Upper Gastrointestinal Evening
25 people attended an incredibly informative evening with upper gastrointestinal surgeon Mr Will Hawkins. We learnt about reflux and ways this can be managed, including the options for surgery – Mr Hawkins himself carries out operations regularly to try to help alleviate the symptoms of reflux. We were then informed about the different types of hiatus hernia and what can be done to rectify them. The presentation was followed by a very interactive Q&A sessions. Mr Hawkins' presentation can be found here: Gastrointestinal Talk with Will Hawkins
We love putting on these evening talks, they are really very educational and we would encourage you to come along to our next one – watch this space for further details.
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