Just a Minute: Making it Easy for People with Hidden Disabilities to Ask for Patience Just. A. Minute. That is what JAM Card stands for and that is what it gives you – just as much time and patience as you need in public or social situations. JAM Card allows people with a hidden disability … Continued
Data Sharing in the NHS Patient data in the NHS is only ever shared for two reasons: to provide patients with the best possible care, and the planning and research needed to design health care services that suit patients. Patient data is only ever shared within the NHS or with legitimate third parties who … Continued
The NHS screening programme looks for early signs of preventable illnesses. Identifying and treating early risk factors stops people from developing serious conditions. Screening saves thousands of lives every year. Book an appointment when you are invited for a screening.
Video: NHS Screening timeline The NHS offers routine screening for a number of conditions throughout your life. This video timeline shows what you will be invited to be screened for and when.
Enhanced Access is a new provision of evening and weekend primary care appointments.
Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) The Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) integrates Community Pharmacists into primary care. This means for patients that same-day appointments with Community Pharmacists are available for a range of minor ailments or urgent supplies of regular medication. The service gives patients quicker access to Pharmacists and their expert knowledge and alleviates … Continued
Two-week wait referrals An urgent two-week referral usually means that you will be offered an appointment with a hospital specialist within 2 weeks of your General Practitioner (GP), General Dental Practitioner (GDP) or Optometrist making the referral. Why am I being urgently referred? Your GP/GDP/Optometrist feels that you have symptoms that require investigation by a … Continued