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Sheringham Medical Practice

Sheringham Medical Practice

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New NHS 111 campaign launches to help people get the right urgent medical attention

A new NHS 111 campaign to help anyone worried about an urgent medical concern get the right attention fast will launch across the Midlands and East, and London NHS regions from January 8th 2018. When it’s not an emergency, people will be urged to call the free NHS 111 service to receive medical attention urgently. We are asking you to support this campaign and providing resources to help you do this. 
The campaign, commissioned by NHS England, will run for eight weeks and will be supported by a new TV advert, posters, information card, video-on-demand, social media advertising and search; partnerships with a leading online parenting community, local pharmacies, GP surgeries, charities, and community hubs, such as children’s centres; and PR.
Resources are being automatically delivered to the following NHS services in the Midlands and East, and London NHS regions to arrive from the week commencing January 8th. If you are not one of these services but would like resources then they can be ordered from the PHE Campaign Resource Centre (CRC).  

  • General Practices
  • Dentists
  • Health Centres/Clinics
  • Hospitals
  • Walk-in Centres
The packs will be clearly marked on the outside with “NHS 111 campaign materials” and campaign livery.

The full list of those NHS facilities which will automatically receive resources and the detail of the areas the campaign will cover is available on the CRC.

Digital resources including screens, social media, and a PR toolkit will also be made available on the CRC.


Self Care advice





Click on the link below regarding self-care advice from North Norfolk CCG







For more information about how to self care please click in the NHS Choices Link below




Patient SMS Service (MJOG)



We are delighted to annouce that MJOG is up and running. Patient Messaging Services is a mobile messaging service that sends automated text messages to patients' mobiles and that allows two-way interactive communications between you and the practice.


We are able to send targeted health information and questionairres to individual patients, which will hopefully help them to manage chronic long term conditions better, and keep medical records upto date and accurate.  The sytsem will also allow us to send appointment reminders to patients. When you receive this text, you are given the opportunity to text back and CANCEL your appointment if it's no longer needed.


It is therefore vital that you inform the surgery of your mobile number.

If you do not wish to receive these text messages, you can opt out by texting back "STOP" 


For more information about this service please click on the link below:




Please click on this hyperlink for important information regarding your first midwife appointment




Please click onlink below regarding information about how and why we sign post patients








Have You Signed Up! 




For further information please refer to the 'SystmOne Online' tab located on the left













Week Ending 10/08/2018










             Number of appointments available    

       Number of appointments not attended 

06/08/2018 304 24
07/08/2018 196 12
08/08/2018 200 13


10/08/2018 259 16



Out of 1,178 appointments available 1,104 were attended last week



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