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MEDICUS HEALTH PARTNERS
Bush Hill Park Medical Centre
 
25 Melbourne Way, Bush Hill Park, Enfield, EN1 1XG
Tel : 020 8366 5858


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Dear Patient, .....COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising and GP surgeries have been instructed by NHS England to focus on urgent care only. Therefore, for the next two weeks, the eConsult service will be temporarily switched off. During this time if you feel unwell, please contact us by telephone to book an appointment. Thank you for your patience during this challenging time. -Regards Medicus Health Partners”. nets, COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising and GP surgeries have been instructed by NHS England to focus on urgent care only. Therefore, for the next two weeks, the eConsult service will be temporarily switched off. During this time if you feel unwell, please contact us by telephone to book an appointment. Thank you for your patience during this challenging time. -Regards Medicus Health Partners

Dear Patients,

We know these are challenging times and our ways of working may have changed slightly to accommodate policies for your safety. But we want you to know We are open, and We care.

Appointments are being delivered online, via telephone and face to face appointments. You need to book via E-Consult or we will assist you on the phone.

Surgery Opening times are 8am to 6.30pm Monday to Friday

You can also call NHS 111 for help and advice

 









Please remember to bring a face mask/covering when you visit the surgery it helps keep us all safe

Following on from the recent announcement by the Department of Health, Medicus Health Partners will be providing Flu vaccinations for those aged 50-64 years of age from December 2020.
 
If you would like to book an appointment at one of our flu clinics, please contact reception or send a request via E-consult.
 
The flu vaccine is safe and DOES:
 
  • protect you and your child from a serious and potentially deadly disease
     
  • protect other people in your community – by helping to stop flu spreading to
     
people who are more vulnerable. This is one of the key reasons to have your
 
child vaccinated. They are flu ‘super spreaders’ and could infect other more
 
vulnerable members of your family and friendship groups
 
  • get safety tested for years before being introduced – they're also monitored
     
for any side effects
 
  • sometimes cause mild side effects which last a couple of days, like a sore arm
     
  • significantly reduce the chance of catching a life-threatening disease – if
     
enough people are vaccinated.
 
 
The flu vaccine is safe and DOES NOT:
 
  • overload or weaken the immune system
     
  • cause allergies or any other conditions – all the current evidence tells us that
     
vaccinating is safer than not vaccinating
 
  • contain mercury (thiomersal)
     
  • contain any ingredients that cause harm in such small amounts – but speak to
     
your doctor if you have any known allergies such as eggs or gelatine
 
  • give you flu!
     
More information is also available on the NHS London flu web page:
 

 

For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit www.nhs.uk. If you think you may have Covid-19, have travelled to an affected area - please do not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Use the NHS 111 online service at https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 to find out what to do next

 

“MHP are following guidance to try and contain/minimise the spread of COVID-19. For safety of patients, staff and families we are only booking appointments for urgent clinical requirements. Telephone appointments will be used for all other requirements.
You will be contacted to inform when the status has changed, and Medicus Health Partners is confident that the environment is safe to do so.”

 

Click here for patient information regarding COVID-19

 


 

 

As you know, General Practice has seen a huge digital front end transformation during the pandemic. This was designed by commissioners to help give patients broader, and more responsive access to healthcare. Medicus have tried to embrace this, as we see the potential benefits to patients.

Firstly, we would like to thank you for your patience whilst we have rapidly implemented this programme, and for your feedback during the process, which has been especially important. We now better understand that this route of access is not ‘one size fits all’ , and that we need to meet the needs of our complex and long term conditions patients, who often prefer alternative modes of contact.

To this end, we will now be focusing on proactive care for our vulnerable patients during the latter half of the day and the digital pathway only during the peak period in the morning. Patients will still be able to access the eConsult system from 6.30pm every weekday evening to 1pm the next day, and over the weekend. At other times (1pm to 6.30pm) during our opening hours, you will be able to contact the practice by phone as usual. Like any change, we will be continuously evaluating how this impacts you and would welcome further feedback as we move forward.

We recognise that this is an iterative process, that may not lead to an optimal patient experience in the short term, but with your help and with some time, we hope to the achieve the right balance for your healthcare needs.

 

Medicus Health Partners – Guide to for People who should have a Flu Vaccine


 

This year due to COVID-19 all appointments for Flu Vaccinations are to be booked through your surgery, please phone reception or request an appointment via E-consult on the website.

How to Prepare for your Flu Vaccine appointment.

To keep all patients and staff as safe as possible, we have made arrangements at some sites to limit contact and ensure the process is quick and easy. When you arrive for your appointment please follow guidance from staff on site and observe social distancing.

Simple steps for Flu Vaccination

  • Book your appointment with your GP surgery (if you are unsure about the criteria for Flu Vaccinations, please click on the Link below for further information)

  • Arrive on time

  • Follow staff guidance at the clinic

  • Wear a mask

  • Ensure the top of your arm is assessable to receive the Vaccine

 

For more information on who is eligible please click on the link below: -

 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/who-should-have-flu-vaccine/

 

 

 

Welcome to our family oriented Practice

with a holistic approach in a homely setting

 

 

 

 

Practice Philosophy 

 

A patient may have as much time with the Doctor as is necessary. Meanwhile the rest of the patients who may need their time in the future with their Doctor will have to wait their turn

 

 

 


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