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Flu Clinics

For flu clinic dates and times pleases see our latest news section.

Practice Bank Holiday closures 

The Practice will be closed on Monday 25 and Tuesday 26 December 2017 and will re-open (usual time) on Wednesday 27 December 2017.

The  Practice will also be closed on Monday 1 January 2018 and will re-open (usual time) on Tuesday 2 January 2018.

If you require urgent medical advice during the closure please contact our out of hour service on 111.

View your Medical Records Online

The Hedon Group Practice offer patients the opportunity to view areas of their medical records online using the system Patient Access.

If you would like to view your medical record, you will need to read our Information Leaflet (FAQ), and request a consent form at Reception. Please bring photo ID with you when submitting your consent form (e.g. a passport, driving licence).

Your medical record will be available for online viewing no later than 28 days from your request. 

Please go to reception for more information and to request the Patient Access to Medical Records Consent form.

Friends and Family Test (FFT)

The FFT is a feedback tool which offers patients of NHS-funded services the opportunity to provide feedback about the care and treatment they have received.

The FFT tool combines a simple question, asking patients how likely they would be to recommend the service they have received to their friends and family; with at least one complementary follow-up question to enable patients to provide further detail about their experience.

To provide your feedback, please click on the "Friends and Family Test" link on the right navigation pane under the "Have your say" section OR ask at reception for a form.

On Line Appointment Booking

We have a range of appointments that can be booked (or cancelled) on line. Please complete the necessary documentation available from reception.

To reduce the number of missed appointments we are now sending patients a text message containing their appointment details when a booking is made.

A further message will also be sent 48 hours before the appointment is due as a reminder.


Please note: We do not have an official facebook page. This is something we are looking at developing in the future. The Hedon Group Practice (HGP) facebook pages which are currently on the internet, were not set up and are not managed by HGP. Anything on the unofficial facebook pages are not monitored by the Management or GPs at HGP.

The Hedon Group Practice – A G.P. Training Practice 

The Practice became a G.P. Training Practice in 2001 and has since been involved in the training of G.P. Registrars. In 2006 we also began training Foundation Year 2 Medical Students (F2). 

A G.P. Registrar is a fully qualified Doctor undergoing a period of higher professional training to become a G.P., in a specially selected and qualified Practice. These Doctors have usually been qualified for three years before they join us to complete their training for General Practice, having worked in a range of hospital departments to give them a broad experience of medicine. 

An F2 trainee often has the same level of expertise as a GP Registrar.  They work within the Practice to gain experience about the problems dealt with by GPs. 

Although the Registrar and F2 receive expert guidance and advice from all of the Partners, Drs  Mason, Ikpoh and Menon are the Practice Trainers and they plan the period of training for the Registrars and F2. 

Training Practices are visited from time to time by a panel of other Doctors to check that the Practice is of a high standard.  Patients should be aware that for training purposes, their records might be inspected and we occasionally videotape consultations. 

Patients should be assured that medical records and videotape recordings will only be viewed by other Doctors and you will always be asked for your consent before the consultation is videotaped, and you will always have the right to refuse.

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