Bookings for FLU VACCINATIONS are now available! Please ask at Reception for more information
Major Refurbishment Work
21st January 2019
An exciting and extensive refurbishment programme will be taking place at Maybush starting Monday 21st January 2019.
The revamp (funded by private investment) is expected to last for approximately 18 weeks, and will bring an outdated building up to a new modern healthcare standards. The benefits will include:
🔹 a more comfortable environment for patients and staff
🔹 a modern dementia-friendly waiting room with a welcoming reception desk
🔹 better access and compliance for wheelchair users
🔹 improvements in toilet facilities including baby changing area
🔹 upgrading of existing consulting rooms with better signage
🔹 an additional nurse treatment room
🔹 high spec well-equipped minor ops suite providing better ventilation, privacy, and comfort
🔹 improved infection control measures
🔹 new heating, lighting and hot water system
🔹 overhaul of fire and security systems
🔹 repairs to roof, gutters, and driveway
🔹 bigger seminar room for the continued training and development of staff
Disruption will be kept to an absolute minimum but we apologise in advance for any inconvenience this may cause. Thank you for your patience and keep checking back for updates of progress.
Discontinuation of Fax Machines in the NHS
12th December 2018
We have unfortunately had a fault on our fax line for some time. We made the decision to decommission the fax machine as this was now old technology which isn't considered secure anymore. This is in line with the publication from the Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock, who declared a ban on fax machine in all NHS organisations by 2020. Read the full story here.
Mains power cut
27th September 2018
We have had a mains power cut affecting our telephones and computers. This has been reported to Northern Grid who are dealing with this as high priority. Patients who attend the surgery will be seen as appropriate. Please bare with us. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Advice for patients or parents with faith concerns
1st August 2018
The nasal spray flu vaccine contains a highly processed form of gelatine (porcine derived from pigs), which is used globally in many essential medicines. Some faith groups accept the use of porcine gelatine in medical products - the decision is of course up to you. For further information about porcine gelatine and the nasal flu vaccine, see www.gov.uk/government/news/vaccines-and-gelatine-phe-response
Age UK - a one day special event
Monday 1st October from 9.30-12noon. Drop by and join us to ask any questions relating to:
- health and well being
- making new friends
- income and benefits
- enabling independence
- home care guidance
Love later life! This event is organised by the Maybush Patient Participation Group.