As we are approaching the summer and for the duration of the hot weather, we are concerned about those most vulnerable to the heat, i.e. older people, the very young and those … [continue] Heatwave Warning
During the current Coronavirus Pandemic the Practice will be closed from 12.30 – 2pm Monday to Friday, this allows Doctors and Nurses time for making telephone calls to patients as … [continue] Closed from 12.30pm to 2pm Monday to Friday
Support services for people living with dementia, or caring for a person with dementia, and for mental health and wellbeing. Services continue to be available to support you throughout the … [continue] Dementia Support Services during Coronavirus Outbreak
Thank you so much to all our little ones who have sent us pictures and for your lovely kind messages which as you can see have been posted on our … [continue] Thank you!
An animation has been put together for GP practices, which helps explain to how care can be accessed during COVID-19. With many changes to the way primary care services are … [continue] Explanation of total triage
Specialist advice and guidance Please be advised that the process for eye emergencies has changed. The following poster explains what to do. Follow this link to view our Eye Emergencies … [continue] Eye emergencies
Whilst coronavirus is infectious to children it is rarely serious. If your child is unwell it is likely to be a non-coronavirus illness, rather than coronavirus itself. Download this poster … [continue] Advice for parents during coronavirus
Thank you to all of our patients for your kind donations towards the raffle. The PPG raised over £300.00 which will be used to purchase a new Nebulizer and Doppler … [continue] Patient Participation Group (PPG) Christmas Raffle
The Royal College of GP’s are encouraging Practices to develop close links with our local parkrun – we have become a parkrun practice. Please feel to join the Bedworth parkrun … [continue] We are a Parkrun Practice
We will be upgrading to the next phase of the Electronic Prescription Service (EPS) which will mean that almost all our prescriptions will be processed electronically in the near future.
Thank you to all our patients that bought raffle tickets in April this year. With the funding the Patient Participation Group have purchased new furniture and wall mounted play stations … [continue] Patient Participation Group (PPG) Funding
If you’re a patient at our practice you can use the new NHS App after 1st July 2019, a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on … [continue] Try the new NHS App
Thank you to everyone for continually supporting the book swap service in the practice. The Patient Participation Group have successfully raised over £100 so far, the money raised will go … [continue] Book swap success!
The POD have created a new service available for practices in Warwickshire North. This is an online call back request service and is simple to use. Patient’s can do this … [continue] POD (Prescription Ordering Service) are introducing a call back service
A huge thank you to our PPG members for organising the “Teddy Bear Raffle”.
Emily is our trained signpost navigator in the Practice. She is responsible for signposting people to local community resources, empowering them to manage their personal needs and reducing their reliance on GPs. … [continue] Information and signposting navigator
#movementsmatter campaign, launched on 24 October, challenges dangerous myths about baby movement during pregnancy, and urges mums-to-be to follow current recommendations about what to do when they experience a change … [continue] Movements matter – raising awareness of fetal movements
The surgery will be closed 12.30 – 6.30pm on the following dates in 2019 for GP and Staff protected learning time:- Wednesday 26th June, 24th July, 25th September, 23rd October, 27th … [continue] Protected Learning Time
Are you a victim of Domestic violence? Please go over to our link below to get more information: http://www.talk2someone.org.uk/IRIS
We’re seeing measles in Birmingham. Measles is extremely infectious and can be serious.
Old Mill Surgery are offering an exciting new service to our patients to give them the opportunity to improve their general health and wellbeing.
The Practice held a Charity Tea & Cake sale in the waiting room to help support and raise money for Breast Cancer on Thursday 19th October and Friday 20th October 2017.
Flu Clinics are being held on Saturday 7th October and Saturday 21st October 9-12am 2-4pm. These are walk-in sessions, feel free to attend at any time throughout the day, please note that … [continue] Flu Clinics
The Practice will be holding a Connectwell support service on a monthly basis at the practice. The service is to support patients, family members and carers and introduce them to … [continue] Connectwell Support Service
Dr Garala has decided to take her retirement and will be leaving the Practice on 31st December 2017. The staff and Partners would like to wish her a very happy … [continue] Dr B Garala Retirement
In April 2012 a new NHS AAA Screening and Surveillance Service for gentlemen aged 65 and over was launched in Coventry and Warwickshire. Should you wish to read more about … [continue] FREE NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) Screening for men aged 65+
Young people planning to attend festivals over the summer should ensure they are vaccinated against measles and stay at home if symptoms occur. Find out more by clicking this MMR leaflet … [continue] YOUNG PEOPLE PLANNING TO ATTEND FESTIVALS
Name of organisation: Old Mill Surgery Fit Notes are also known as a “statement of fitness for work” or a “Med3 form” and were introduced in April 2010 replacing the … [continue] Sick Note Data Extractions
The practice was inspected by the CQC on Tuesday 11th August 2015. We achieved an overall rating of “GOOD” in each Domain. Thank you to all of our patients who attended … [continue] CQC inspection
Supporting and working with you to help you stay in or return to work. Staying in work if you feel unwell or returning to work after a long period of … [continue] Fit for work