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Graham Road Surgery was due to hold a public consultation event on Monday 9th August at 6.30pm.
Unfortunately, due to unforeseen technical issues. it was unable to go ahead.
Please accept our sincere apologies for any inconvenience caused. We are committed to hearing your feedback regarding the proposal to relocate to the Rugby Club on Sunnyside Road and have rescheduled this meeting to Wednesday 25th August from 6.00 - 7.30pm on Zoom. If you would like to join please revisit this website week commencing 16th August for the link.
Update to our patients on the new healthcare centre at Weston Rugby Club
The NHS General Practice you are registered with, Graham Road Surgery, is proposing to re-locate their surgery to the new development at the Rugby Club on Sunnyside Road.
As with all proposed changes to NHS services we have a duty to consult with you before the final decision is made.
So that you can provide us with your views in a way that is easiest for you, we have a number of ways you can do this:
New date for public consultation on Weston GP practice relocation
Staff at Graham Road Surgery in Weston-super-Mare have set a new date for an online public consultation meeting that was unable to take place on Monday night (August 9) due to technical issues.
The virtual meeting for people to have their say on the relocation of the surgery to the Weston Rugby Club site on Sunnyside Road will now take place on Wednesday 25 August at 6pm via MS Teams.
Dr John Heather, local GP and Chair of Pier Health Group Ltd, which runs Graham Road Surgery, said: “Unfortunately due to technical issues our public meeting on Monday night was unable to go ahead. We’d like to apologise to anyone who signed up for the meeting.
“We have rescheduled the event to Wednesday 25 August at 6pm and would like to encourage people to sign up by emailing email@example.com.
“We will also be hosting a face-to-face public meeting from 6pm – 7.30pm on Tuesday 14 September at The Winter Gardens in Weston-super-Mare. People can register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting our website www.grahamroadsurgery.nhs.uk.”
The consultation meetings are being held for local residents and patients to have their say on theproposed relocation of the current practice to a brand new, purpose built healthcare centre at the Weston Rugby Club site on Sunnyside Road.
Pier Health Group Ltd launched the 12 week consultation to gather people’s views and feedback on the relocation plans. The consultation will run until Sunday 26 September.
As well as attending the public meetings, patients can also complete a survey, which is available on the practice website and at the practice reception.
Under the relocation proposals, there will be a brand new state-of-the-art GP surgery at the new Weston Rugby Club development. The GP practice will have more consulting rooms than it does at present and will be able to deliver more joined up health and care services to its registered population. Patients would also benefit from on-site parking, close location to Weston railway station and the town centre, and easy access to and from the M5.
The pharmacy currently located at Graham Road Surgery will also be relocated to the same site.
The next public meetings take place as follows:
We are currently experiencing exceptionally high volumes of calls, many in relation to covid vaccines. If you have a query regarding Covid or you require more information, please visit our website below in the first instance https://www.pierhealthcovidvaccination.info/
We understand that many patients have received letters from NHS England inviting you to book on line. There is currently a mass vaccination site in Bristol, however this site does not yet have the full capacity to cope with all. We have a site in Weston and are currently inviting patients to that site. Please wait to be contacted by us to arrange a date. We are expecting deliveries of both vaccines in the coming days and will have enough for the Weston population.
If your call is not urgent please keep the lines free as the large volumes of calls is causing problems. If you need assistance and have access to the internet please click HERE for askmygp.
When the surgery is closed and you need medical help fast but it's not a 999 emergency, call 111.
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