Patient Triage System Access To Your Full Medical Record New Total Triage Service starting 6th November 2023 Church Walk Surgery Honoured at the Lincolnshire General Practice Nursing and HCA Awards! We would like to inform you of some changes here at Church Walk Surgery PATIENT CAR PARK BLOOD & TEST RESULTS
REGISTERED PROVIDER: KARI BUFFEY, CHURCH WALK SURGERY, DRURY STREET, METHERINGHAM, LINCOLN LN4 3EZ
Under the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (The Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009 Part 4), the registered body (Church Walk Surgery) is required to provide to the Care Quality Commission a Statement of Purpose.
The Vision of the Establishment
Our philosophy is to provide personalised, high quality general practice care to individuals and families and Carers.
Church Walk Surgery endeavours to deliver superlative medical care at all times and in a flexible and innovative way to meet patient choice and to reflect political and economic demands. We intend to be part of our local community and a centre of excellence in the provision of primary health care including a wide range of in house medical services.
To provide a rewarding, open and honest work environment within a supportive team and a healthy work/life balance for all those who work at Church Walk Surgery.
Aims & Objectives
Non NHS Services
The Primary Health Care Team:
GP Partner: Dr C Rhoades
General Practitioner: Dr O Adegbite
General Practitioner: Dr T Egbonoje
Advanced Nurse Practitioner (Partner): Julia Mannion
Senior Practice Nurse: Victoria Arch
Practice Nurse: Lucy Merrill
Practice Nurse: Jo-Ann Chappell
Phlebotomist: Gaynor Corbett
The practice is currently accommodated in purpose built premises in the beautiful village of Metheringham with onsite parking for patients.
GP and nurse appointments are available to book in advance as well as GP on the day appointments. Home visits are available to patients who are unable to visit the practice. A 48 hour repeat prescription service is available for patients. If the practice is unable to meet an individual patient need, referral to an appropriate health professional or service will be made.
Community Health Services are also available to patients following referral, and can be provided in the patient’s home or from a community location (service dependent).