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Update: The summer newsletter for Victoria Park Health Centre has been released, check it out by clicking this link: Summer 2016 Newsletter


All our Patients have a named GP who is responsible for their overall care at the practice. We listen when Patients make us aware of their preference as to which GP that is. If you are registering as a new patient you will see an option to choose, you will also receive a text message giving you the GP’s name, alternatively you can contact the practice if you wish to know who this is.


 

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When you complete a form to register with this health centre it is important that we have your full address and telephone number (landline and mobile) so that we can contact you easily.

It is vitally important that if you change your address you let us know so that we can keep your medical records up to date. You should also inform any other healthcare worker, for example hospital consultants, to avoid misdirection of appointment letters.

Your contact details are important to us because if any correspondence or phone calls cannot get to you it can cause delays or cancellations of hospital appointments, test results or appointments at the health centre.

International students should let us know when you are due to leave England and return to your home country.

Vacation

If you are away from Leicester and need treatment from a GP you should ask to be treated as a temporary resident, otherwise your medical notes will be recalled by the Health Authority and you would no longer be registered with us.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

 
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