Marfleet Group Practice
Dr J.A.D Weir Dr L Yu Dr J.M. Chapela Dr F Magrabi Dr C Cai
Marfleet Primary Healthcare Centre Preston Road Hull HU9 5HH Telephone 01482 701834 Fax: 01482 784757
Branch surgery - Hauxwell Grove, Middlesex Road, HULL HU8 0RB Telephone: 01482376330 Fax: 01482 790663
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Helpline: 01482 300003
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Your GP will advise when it is appropriate to take antibiotics
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HELP WITH DRUG PROBLEMS
If you or someone you know has a drug problem, Compass Open access Service can help in the following ways:
||Open access drop-in
||motivational support (called brief interventions)
||Screening and referral for treatment
||peer educators - people who have been through the experience canoffer support to help achieve and maintain recovery.
You can drop in at Compass or contact:
Compass Open access Service
17 Albion Street
Tel: 01482 221551
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If you are registered with a GP practice within the Hull boundary your GP can refer you - or you can self refer. Either way it's FREE: Tel:07966 523 781
Marfleet Group Practice
Helpdesk at Preston Road reception
8am to 6.30 pm
Email Helpdesk 24/7
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This service is for help with non-urgent routine questions. First consult FAQs section If you still need help, call in, phone or email the Helpdesk. We will reply in office hours. Give contact numbers, If possible. Our aim is to resolve the issue first time, there and then - whenever possible.
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Our list is OPEN and you can obtain full details about joining the practice on our New Patients page
In addition to consultations with a GP, the practice offers a wide range of NHS and private health services. More information on these services and those provided by other health professionals in the NHS can be found throughout this website
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WELCOME TO ALL
regardless of age, sex, race, gender reassignment status, disability, religion or belief, sexual orientation, marriage or civil partnership status, pregnancy or maternity.
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How information about you helps
us to provide better care
The way information is shared between health care organisations has undergone change and more improvements are on the way.
Please download the various information leaflets which provide details about health care records and sharing. If you wish to opt-out of any aspect of data sharing please use the forms on this page and return to the surgery. Contact us if necessary for further information.
What is EDSM Enhanced Data Sharing Model?
On a patient by patient basis, eDSM uses a secure computer system that allows the sharing of full electronic records accross different NHS care services. It allows the patient to decide whether to share information out of an organisation and to control what information comes in to that organisation. The patient's decisions can be changed at any time.. This system is currently being rolled-out.
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