Concession tickets – 10 visit concession – £8.00
For patients on long term treatment plans or visitors of patients expected to be in hospital for more than 3 days, you can download a form to apply for concession tickets. These are also from the Ward/Department and parking booth. The forms must be signed by a member of the Ward/Department and then taken to the Parking Booths for processing. These tickets are valid for a maximum of 12 weeks. The 10-visit ticket costs £8 and gives a significant saving on the cost of each visit.
Patients receiving Renal dialysis twice a week or more at RSH – FREE
If you are driving yourself in for Haemodialysis two or three times per week then free parking is available. The departments delivering this treatment will guide you through the process for getting free parking.
Patients receiving Outpatient treatment for cancer – FREE
Patients receiving day case outpatient treatment in the O’Connor Oncology unit can claim free parking. To do this, give your registration details to the desk as you book in for your appointment.
Bereavement – FREE
People visiting the hospital for issues connected with bereavement [e.g. collection of certificates, visits to the mortuary] also qualify for free parking. Normally these visits take less then the 30 minute grace period but should the visit extend the free period the vehicle details will be taken by PALS and passed to the Car Park Department for entering onto the system.
If you are unhappy about the recent closure of the Phlebotomy Service at Princess House please make your views known to Health Watch on 01743 237884.
NHS 111 service to take calls out-of-hours across Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire from 17 July 2018
From Tuesday 17 July 2018, patients across Telford and Wrekin and Shropshire who need urgent out-of-hours medical help or advice will need to call 111.
The NHS 111 service will replace the current out-of-hours GP telephone access service provided by Shropdoc in Shropshire and Telford & Wrekin in line with national policy to provide a consistent, integrated approach to urgent care; but any patients that need to see a clinician out-of-hours will still be seen by a local GP or other appropriate clinician.
NHS 111 is much more than a helpline - if you're worried about an urgent medical concern, you can call 111 to speak to a fully trained adviser. Depending on the situation, the NHS 111 team can connect you to generalist and specialist nurses, or even a GP or pharmacist, and can arrange face-to-face appointments should you need one. It is free and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
There is also a new ‘ASK NHS’ app that has been designed that provides improved access to NHS 111 and other local NHS services. Advice is delivered by the virtual clinician ‘Olivia’ and she takes you through the steps of the symptom checker which can result in the booking of a GP appointment, access to NHS choices, a call back from a clinical expert or access to self-care.
You can download the ‘Ask NHS’ app via Google Play (for Android phones) or Apple App Store (for iPhones). If you need more guidance on how to download the app please click here.
If you are a patient living in Wales you should continue to use the Shropdoc number.
Future Fit Public Consultation Now Live
The Future Fit public consultation aims to allow people from Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid Wales to find out about the proposed options to transform local hospital services, encourage them to get involved and have their say.
The consultation will ask for the views of people from across Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin and mid Wales on two options:
Option 1: The Royal Shrewsbury Hospital becomes an Emergency Care site and the Princess Royal Hospital becomes a Planned Care site
(This is the preferred option)
Option 2: The Princess Royal Hospital becomes an Emergency Care site and the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital becomes a Planned Care site
Under either option, both hospitals would have an Urgent Care Centre that is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To help explain the proposed changes and give local people the chance to find out more, the Clinical Commissioning Groups have developed a wide range of consultation materials, videos, a new website and are arranging and attending events and meetings in public, including eight public information events. All these materials, along with answers to the most frequently asked questions, videos and an online survey, are available to view at a new website:
There are also several ways people can take part in the consultation:
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PRIVACY NOTICE - Find out what patient data we hold and what we do with it. PLUS - how to OPT OUT
Being transparent and providing accessible information to patients about how we will use your personal information is a key element of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the EU General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The Privacy Notice reminds you of your rights in respect of this legislation and how Claremont Bank Surgery will use your information for lawful purposes in order to deliver your care and the effective management of the local NHS system. It also contains information on consent, and how to opt-out.
Please see the links below for more information. If you have any concerns regarding the notice, or how we use your data please contact the Practice Manager.
IMPORTANT CHANGES TO PARKING AT THE SURGERY
NEW: Book appointments on the day at Claremont Bank Surgery. These extra appointments are to help us treat you when you need it. If you don't need an appointment please remember to cancel so someone else that needs it can use it. Book your appoinment by speaking to the receptionist