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From 1st October 2018, GP services for registered patients at Battle Hill will be provided by Park Road Medical Practice. You will still be able to access GP services at Battle Hill Health Centre, but after that date you will also have the option of attending the surgery at 93 Park Road, Wallsend.


Please continue to use GP services at Battle Hill in the normal way. On 1st October 2018, your registration will automatically transfer to Park Road Medical Practice as your new provider.





Walk-in services are moving to a new Urgent Treatment Centre at North Tyneside General Hospital (Rake Lane). You will be able to book an appointment with the Urgent Treatment Centre by calling NHS 111, or walk in and wait between 8am and midnight, seven days a week You will no longer be able to access a walk in service at Battle Hill Health Centre Registered patients will be able to make an appointment at the Battle Hill GP practice by calling 0191 295 8520 Extra GP appointments are also available
at Battle Hill and across North Tyneside at evenings and weekends. Call your GP practice or NHS 111 to book one of these appointments



Accessible Information

 

The Accessible Information Standard is a new law to make sure that people who have a disability, impairment or sensory loss are given information they can easily read or understand.

The Accessible Information Standard tells NHS and adult social care organisations they must make sure people get information in different formats, such as: – Easy Read – Braille – Advocate – Large Print – E-mail

Please inform a member of staff if you have any communication support needs – this will be flagged in your notes.

You need to help us make sure we get things right for you.

We will take steps to make sure our patients receive information which they can access, understand & receive communication support if you need it.

 

 



 
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