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From 1st March 2018 the Doctors have requested that for ALL APPOINTMENTS we ask for a brief outline of your problem.

This is to ensure that you are directed to the most appropriate person which may not be the Doctor.

All appointments for the day will be released at 8.30am.

 

 

 

Ask 3 Questions

Ask 3 Questions is a campaign from the Health Foundation which aims to help patients become more involved in their treatment and care.

Working together with your doctor to decide on the best course of action around consultations and support should help you make more informed decisions about your health, and help you feel in control of your care.

The key message for patients is to always ‘Ask 3 questions’ when discussing your treatment:

  1. What are my options?
  2. What are the possible benefits and risks of those options?
  3. What help do I need to make my decision?

Please click here to see the Ask 3 questions poster. 



 
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