Elbury Moor Medical CentreFairfield CloseWorcester, WR4 9TXTel: 01905 723441
There is an administration charge of £40.00 per person for processing travel forms and to cover the increased cost of storing vaccines. Please ask a member of Reception staff for a Travel Pack and, once completed, return the forms together with the fee. We will then offer you an appointment with our Practice Nurse. There is further information about countries and vaccinations required on the links below:-
Before your travel appointment you must complete a 'Travel Risk Assessment Form' (available from Reception) and return it to the Surgery a week before your appointment. This will enable the Practice Nurse to check your vaccination status and arrange to have any vaccinations you need ready for your appointment.
It is important to make your appointment for a minimum of 2 weeks before you travel. If you are travelling to more than one country then you must plan for your first appointment to be at least 6 weeks before you travel. If your travel plans are complex, you may need more than one appointment. The travel clinic is private ie not part of the NHS, the consultation is free but some vaccinations are chargeable (please see Travel Risk Assessment Form). We reserve the right to refuse appointments if we have limited availability as NHS work must take priority.
Most test results, (including blood and urine), take between 5 to 7 working days to come back to the Practice from the hospital laboratory.
Some x-ray results take between 2 to 3 weeks to be processed.
Please telephone 01905 723441 (using option 3) between 12.00 pm and 4.00pm - to check if your results are back.
The receptionist will only give you your result after the Doctor has seen it. Sometimes the Doctor will suggest that you make an appointment to be given the result or that they need to speak to you directly. The receptionist will advise you if this is necessary.
PLEASE NOTE : for reasons of confidentiality, results can only be given to the patient themselves or their legal carer.
This is a service to make it easier for you (patients) to access advice and treatment as quickly as possible for minor and acute problems
Advanced Nurse Practitioners (ANP) are experienced nurses who, through further education and specialist training, have developed their skills and knowledge in order to offer extended services to patients. While not being a replacement for Doctors, they can provide nursing services that incorporate some aspects of care previously provided by Doctors.
Take a history of your health problem and perform a physical examination. Diagnose and treat minor illnesses and common health problems. Prescribe a wide range of medications. Manage long term illnesses such as asthma and coronary heart disease, offering support and education about the condition. Offer telephone advice about minor illnesses, health problems and medication. Treat minor injuries.
Minor illness -
Elbury Moor Surgery are pleased to work with Age UK (Worcester & District) providing free help and advice to our patients regarding a wide range of issues including:
(*Charges may be applicable)
Elbury Moor Medical Centre is a research practice and as such, patient data can be used for ethically approved research purposes. However, please be assured that any information used is confidential and anonymised and cannot be linked back to an individual.
Social Prescribing Service
Worcester city GP Practices have been supported by the Clinical Commissioning Group and the County Council with a Social Prescribing Service for patients registered to one of the 10 Worcester City Practices.
Social prescribing is a way of connecting health and social care users to sources of support, information and advice to improve their well-being, tackle social isolation and prevent illness.
What is Social Prescribing?
Social prescribing is designed to support people with a wide range of social, emotional or practical needs. It is a way of enabling GP's, health and social care professionals, the voluntary sector and other partners such as pharmacies to refer people to a social prescribing advisor.
How does it work?
Individuals are referred to a social prescriber who will work with them to discuss their health and well-being. Together they will come up with a plan of action that refers them to community activities that can make them feel happier and healthier. They will support the individual over a time limited period to achieve the goals outlined in the social prescription whilst encouraging and supporting them to self manage their condition(s) and develop healthier behaviours and lifestyles.
Your could benefit! People who are....
Further information about this service can be found in this Leaflet.
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