How to Register with the practice
NEW PATIENT QUESTIONNAIRE Please complete the New Patient Questionnaire and return the completed form to the surgery along with your GMS1 form. You will be contacted and a New Patient Health check will be arranged for you. YOUR REGISTRATION WILL NOT BE COMPLETE UNTIL YOU HAVE ATTENDED FOR YOUR NEW PATIENT HEALTH CHECK.
Think leaflet FV0.1 – Sept 2019 Please take time to read this leaflet which forms part of our registration.
GMS1 Form – Please download the form, complete and return to the practice when registering.
Awburn House covers Mottram and surrounding areas, to check if you are in our catchment area please view or download our practice map here Awburn House practice area
Application to Join – Patient Participation Group Application Form.
optout – Summary Care Record – certain information will be shared with emergency services such as medications, allergies and bad reaction to medicines. You have the right to opt out of having a summary care record. If you are certain you do NOT want a summary care record, please download the opt out form and return it to the surgery.
If you would like to make a request for online access please complete this questionnaire and return it to the surgery. Please retain a copy of the ‘Patient leaflet’. We aim to get back in touch with you within one week of receipt of this form. REQUEST FOR ACCESS (2)
You can access the services below without contacting the surgery:
Age Uk – 0800 169 8787
Pennine Military Veterans Service – 0161 2536638
Tameside Armed Services Community – 0161 342 4080
Tameside Armed Forces Welfare Officer – 07971278038
Email – [email protected]
Samaritans – 116 123
Alcoholics anonymous – 0800 9177 650
Mental Health Support https://www.tamesideandglossopccg.org/mentalhealthsupport
Young Minds – 0802 802 5544
MIND – 0300 123 3393
Tameside & Glossop Macmillan cancer information and support – 0161 922 5644
Being There Tameside & Glossop – Contact Suzanne on 0161 217 1373 or email [email protected]
New Social Group flyer Being There Tameside & Glossop
Mentell is for males, aged 18 or over who are experiencing stress, boredom, anxiety, depression, despair or any other kind of mental discomfort. Mentell provides a safe space for you to talk and share openly with like minded individuals. It is completely free of charge and meetings last for two hours. All you have to do is turn up with the desire to make progress – whatever that means to you.
To find out more go to http://www.mentell.org.uk
The health and social care services of Hyde are holding a ‘Healthy Memory Cafe’ at The Hub, Stockport Road, Hattersley, SK14 6NT for a chat and a cuppa on the last Tuesday of every month between 2pm and 4pm for advice and guidance about your memory. You will be able to talk to health and social care professionals, legal advisers, volunteer organisations, Alzheimer support workers and more. whether you have a dementia diagnosis or not, we are there of offer help and guidance about your memory.
Pharmacy – minor ailments https://www.tamesideandglossopccg.org/care-navigation/tameside/minor-ailments-scheme
Physiotherapy overview https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/physiotherapy/
Podiatry (chiropody) overview https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/foot-problems-and-the-podiatrist/
Podiatry Self Referral Form
For help with Drug or Alcohol https://www.changegrowlive.org/
Domestic Violence Tameside https://support.jigsawhomes.org.uk/information-article/bridges-domestic-abuse/
Domestic Violence Derbyshire http://www.crossroadsderbyshire.org/
Crying is normal for babies, visit http://www.iconcope.org for some useful information.