Moulton Surgery would like to invite you to join DoctorLink.
We have been looking at how we can improve access to Practice services; DoctorLink is our new online service where you can access advice and appointments on line.
Registration is simple and you can register here:
For all urgent appointments, we ask that you undertake a symptom assessment through DoctorLink.
The symptom checker will ask you a number of questions to help to identify your problem.
The outcome of your assessment will direct you to the right treatment, whether emergency care, your GP, nurse or self care.
If your outcome indicates that an appointment is required, you simply click on the request appointment link.
Once the request has been submitted, you will then be contacted by the Practice Team, to arrange an appointment within the identified timeframe (as outlined in the outcome of your symptom checker).
The information you provide will be shared with our clinical team (where appropriate) and will assist in providing robust information of your problem to the required clinical team member prior to your appointment.
You can even download the App:
6:30pm – 9:30pm weekdays, 9:00am – 5:00pm weekends
There are now more bookable GP appointments in Northampton, making it easier for you to get an appointment at a time that suits you including evenings, weekends and Bank Holidays.
The Northampton GP Extended Access Service is an extension of your usual GP practice, it is not a walk-in-service, you need to make an appointment through your usual GP practice.
The service is located on the ground floor of Highfield Clinical Care Centre, Cliftonville Rd., Northampton NN1 5BD.
For more information please visit: www.northantsgpalliance.com
Moulton Surgery is participating in the National Diabetes audit. For further information on this audit please read the following leaflets:
We are now obliged to inform you of your named accountable GP. It is printed on all prescriptions for your information. You can also ask at your next visit to the surgery. Appointments can still be booked with any GP at the practice.
Meningitis is a rare but serious disease that most commonly affects children and young adults.
You are more at risk of catching meningitis when you first start University since you’ll be mixing with lots of new people as well as living closely with them in halls or shared accommodation.
Meningococcal bacteria can lead to meningitis, which means an inflammation of the lining of the brain. It can also lead to septicaemia, which means blood poisioning. Both can be very serious, especially if not diagnosed early, potentially fatal. A full description of the signs and symptoms to look for can be found at www.meningitisnow.org
This year the NHS is rolling out a vaccination jab which provides good protection against four different types of Meningitis – A, C, W, Y.
If you are aged 25 year or under and are starting University in 2015 you should have the vaccination.
So what do you do now?
Call us to make an appointment to have the jab on (01604) 892582 or pop in to make an appointment, we’re right next to the Student Centre on Park Campus.
It’s free so why wait?
Dr Stuart Cooper, GP Partner at Moulton Surgery on Park Campus
A warm welcome for all our team to those of you starting your course at The University of Northampton as well as to those of you returning for your next year of study.
We are delighted to provide GP medical services to students studying at Park Campus and we have a dedicated practice on site.
Don’t wait until you need to see a doctor or nurse – Register now! We are not just here to help you when you are unwell, we are also here to help you stay healthy and offer a wide range of services to help you do so, details of which can be found on this website.
Registering now means that we will already have all of your medical information in case you need to come to see us and you will know how to access our services. Registering now is particularly important if you have an ongoing medical condition such as diabetes or asthma, or if you require regular medications.
If you are starting your studies in the UK but have come from overseas, you can find more information about the UK health system here.