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CQC Visit

Our practice is inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to ensure we are meeting essential standards of quality and safety. We were last inspected on Wednesday 16th december 2015.

CQC rated the practice Good, with some outstanding features.

For full details: http://www.cqc.org.uk/location/1-546056736

Proposed Merger:

Consultation with patients regarding the proposed merger of: Davaar medical Centre and The Hollies Surgery

We are starting a formal consultation about the possibility of merging Davaar Medical Centre and The Hollies Surgery into one practice.

 

The two practices will still remain at their current location.

 

The two practices have started working closely together. However, because the practices are still separate, patients have not been able to take advantage of the wider range of services and extended opening hours available across both practices.

 

If the practice proposal to merge is successful we will continue to operate from the two existing premises and patients would be able to choose which site they want to attend for an appointment. All patients would also have access to the full range of services and extended opening hours available across both premises.

 

The aim of the merger is therefore to:-  

  • Improve the overall range and quality of services to all patients
  • Improve access to services, with longer opening hours to meet the needs of patients
  • Improve access to more clinical staff for patients
  • Improve patient choice, increasing GP availability and the number of female and male GPs
  • Improve continuity of care for patients so that it is easier to see the same clinical member of staff

 

Next Steps - tell us your views

The formal consultation to obtain your views on the proposed merger will start from 1St March 2016 for a 31 day period ending on 31st march 2016

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Patients who have registered for our text service will receive a message signposting them to the practice or website for further information. We will write to our vulnerable patients, informing them of the proposal and detailing how to have their say. For all other patients leaflets including Frequently Asked Questions sheets (FAQs) and the survey will be available at both practices. These can also be downloaded below.

 

Your feedback in this survey will be used to help us make a decision and to ensure we provide a service that meets our patients’ needs.

 

There are several ways you can have your say;

  • Complete the patient survey online - now closed
  • Pick up a paper copy of the survey at your practice. In each practice there is a designated box for you to place your completed survey
  • We are also holding an information event for patients at each of the practices, where you can come along and speak to staff about the proposed changes and what it may mean for you. The Date of the information events is
    • Wednesday 16th March 2016: 2.00 pm -5.00 pm

 

Patient Leaflet  Patient Leaflet- Proposed Merger

Patient Letter    Patient Consultation Letter 

Frequently Asked Questions sheets (FAQs)  FAQs

 

 

The closing date for feedback will be 31st march 2016 and we look forward to hearing your comments.

 

Named Accountable GP

All patients have a named accountable GP who is responsible for their overall care at the practice.

Please contact the practice if you wish to know who your accountable GP is.

GP Earnings

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

The average pay for GPs working at Davaar Medical Centre in the last financial year was £59016 before tax and National Insurance. This is for 3 full time GPs and 1 part time GP and 0 locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than six months.

Davaar Medical Centre Mission Statement

“The Doctors, nurses and the whole team here at Davaar Medical Centre strive to deliver the highest quality health care. We are committed to looking after the health and well being of the community. 

We aim to treat you as we would like ourselves and our family to be treated when we are unwell or have medical concerns"

Teaching & Research

We are an approved training practice and have experienced doctors, as well as medical students attending the practice who may be present at your consultation. Should you prefer this not to be the case, simply inform reception.

 

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