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Burnley Group Practice would like to welcome you through this window in to our surgery. This website aims to provide up to date information relating to our practice and helps us to help you with the provision of health care information.

Click Here to see information about - EXTENDED HOURS APPOINTMENTS

CCG statement regarding extended hours appointments

We have merged

In early summer 2018, St Nicholas Group Practice merged with Rosehill Surgery and Manchester Road Surgery.

We are now BURNLEY GROUP PRACTICE. All phone numbers, patient access etc. remains the same.

This will not affect your care and we hope that this will improve your patient experience.

Patients will retain access to their usual doctor (subject to availability) and will have the flexibility to attend either St.Peters Centre or Manchester Road Surgery.

We strive to offer a high standard of care to all of our patients with professionalism and empathy.

We are informing you that you have a named GP who is accountable for your care. However, when making appointments you can still see any GP of your choice.

Please help us to improve our online services & further develop the website by providing feedback to us, or please help us to develop the practice by getting involved through our patient reference group.

Thank you for using our services.

Medicines Manager

  • pharmacist.jpgAre you ordering your medicines more than once per month?
  • Are your directions on your medications unclear?
  • Are you on regular controlled medication and would like to order your prescription once every 6 months?

If so our in house medicines manager can assist you. Contact reception and ask to speak to Karen.

The medicines manager looks at patients’ medications to see if any improvements can be made to the prescription for the benefit of the patient.

Synchronisation – this is where medication quantities are altered so that all medications run out or are ordered at the same time. This results in fewer requests, saving the patient time.

Add Directions – some medications state to be taken as directed. The medicines manager will add more precise directions, ie, take one tablet daily, etc. This helps to make sure the patient is taking their medication correctly.

Repeat Dispensing – certain criteria must be met for a patient to be put onto repeat dispensing.

This is where a ‘batch’ of 6 monthly prescriptions is issued at one time, which allows the patient to go straight to the pharmacy rather than having to order their medications from the GP every month.

The medicines manager always liases with the GP who decides if any changes are required. NO changes will occur without the GP/patients' permission/request.

If you have any further complex questions about your medications and how they work we have an in-house pharmacist who can assist you, ring reception and leave a message for them to contact you directly.

If you have any concerns about your condition and the medications you are taking please make an appointment to see your usual doctor.

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