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Frequently Asked Questions


Albion Street Group Practice and Park Medical Practice are considering becoming one partnership, but continuing to operate from two separate clinical sites for now.  Patients will still access all their usual care at the practice at which they are currently registered (ie there are no changes to the place where patients access their care). Please see the document "Frequently asked questions"  for more details' This will be discusses again at the next patient Participation Group meetings in each practice.

Dates of future  Albion Street Group meetings are:

Tuesday 30th April 6:30pm

Tuesday 30th July 6:30pm

Thursday 7th November 2pm

GP Training

We are pleased to be accredited as a GP Training practice. The GP registrar is a fully qualified doctor who has completed 3 years of hospital training and is spending the last part of their training in a general practice. As part of their training they may ask to video their consultation with you. This requires your written consent and the tape will be destroyed after short period (usually 3 months).

Medical, Nursing or Pharmacy Students

Students may be sitting with the doctors or nurses. If you prefer to be seen alone please tell the receptionist, doctor, or nurse. This will not affect your care. A sign will be posted in the reception area if there is a student present.

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