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The Fortune Green Practice


NEW!! Sign up for Patient Access to order repeat prescriptions, book or cancel your appointment and now you can view aspects of your medical records...

( posted on Jan 16, 2019 )

CQC Inspection Report Published

We have received CQC Inspection Report, which was conducted in December 2018 and published in January 2019. To View the report please click CQC Report on the left side of this page.

GDPR _ General Data Protection Regulation FG update ( posted on May 25, 2018 )

What is GDPR?

The GDPR is Europe’s new framework for data protection laws which apply as from 25th May 2018 – it replaces the previous 1995 data protection directive, which current UK law is based upon.

Please click to GDPR tab on the left hand to veiw some documents that you may find useful

CAMDEN GP HUBS ( posted on Dec 19, 2017 )

Evening and Weekend GP appointments.

 

If you are a Camden resident or registered with a Camden GP.

You can now book an evening or weekend NHS GP appointment at following FOUR Local Location at a time that's convenient for you and your family.

 

1: Somers Town Medical Centre

2: Brondesbury Medical Centre

3: Caversham Group Practice

4: Swiss Cottage Surgery.

 

Only Pre-booked appointments are available. To book an appointment, Call : 020 7391 9979 or call reception.Wesite: www.camdengphubs.co.uk

 

For Further Information: www.england.nhs.uk/gpaccess

 

 

 

 

 

CQC Inspection Report Published ( posted on May 2, 2017 )

We have received CQC Inspection Report, which was conducted in January 2017. This Report can be see on the left side of this page. 

Patient Access ( posted on Mar 10, 2017 )

Patients can create an account on the Patient Access website by providing personal and security information. Patients can then book or cancel their appointments, order repeat prescriptions and now patients can veiw aspects of their medical records.

 

To register you will need to show two forms of ID, one with a photo(e.g. passport or driving licence) and one with your current address(e.g. a utillity bill) to a receptionist. You will then be given an Online services registration letter.

 

After receving the Online services registration letter if you face some difficultiy registering, please go to our documents section where you will see, How to register for Patient Access step by step guide.

 

 

 

Patient Access FAQs

 

When can I sign in to Patient Access?

Online Patient Access is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, available via the Patient Access website or mobile app.

 

The Patient Access website or app is not working

Click the ‘Help’ button in the top right-hand corner and check the status of Patient Access. If there are no reported problems the following will be displayed: ‘Patient Access is up and operational’. 

I’ve forgotten my user ID

Follow the steps below to have a reminder sent to your email address:

1)    On the Patient Access homepage, click the User ID link or go to: https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Forgotten/UserId

2)    Type your postcode.

3)    Select your GP practice, click “Next”.

4)    Type your details. Ensure all the boxes marked with an asterisk * are completed, click “Next”.

5)    You'll receive an email with a reminder of your user ID.

 

Note: If the details you enter do not exactly match those on your practice's system, the following message will be displayed:

"Unable to find a matching record at your practice. Please check the details you've entered and try again."

 

I’ve forgotten my password

If you added security questions and answers when you set up your Patient Access account, and if you've given your email address and mobile number to your practice, you can use the steps below to reset your password yourself.

If you haven't done both these things, you need to contact your practice and ask them to reset your password.

1)    On the Patient Access login screen, click the Password link or go to: https://patient.emisaccess.co.uk/Forgotten/Password

2)    Type your details. Ensure all the boxes marked with an asterisk * are completed, click “Next”.

3)    Type your answers to the security questions, click “Next”.

4)    You'll receive an SMS message with a code to your phone, and an email with a link, click the link in the email.

5)    On the website, type the verification code from the SMS message to get a new password.

 

If you still can't sign in after following these steps, contact your practice and ask them to reset your account. Your practice manages your Patient Access account, but if they're not sure how to reset it, ask them to contact EMIS Health Support.

 

Note: If the details you enter do not exactly match those on your practice's system, the following message will be displayed:

 

"Unable to find a matching record at your practice. Please check the details you've entered and try again."

CIDR, (Camden Integrated Digital Record) ( posted on Feb 16, 2016 )

 

 

What is an integrated digital record?

 

The CIDR system currently includes health and social care data from these different sources:

 

 Camden GPs

 University College London Hospitals (UCLH)

 Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (RFH)

 Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust (CNWL)

 Camden and Islington Foundation Trust (C&I)

 Coordinate My Care (CMC) (part of the Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust)

 London Borough of Camden (LBC)

 

What are the benefits of having an integrated digital record?

 

There are a number of benefits to linking up health and social care information into an integrated digital record. These include:

Health and social care professionals being able to access the information required to provide optimal care for you.

Potential safety benefits, as health and social care professionals will be more aware of important information such as what prescription medications you are taking etc.You will not have to repeat information about yourself to multiple different care professionals, improving your care experience.

 

The data held in CIDR will NEVER be shared with 3rd party organisations and social care information will not form part of your CIDR record unless you give explicit consent to Social Services.

For further information please visit: cidrportal.camdenccg.nhs.uk

 

 

What does it mean if I DO NOT have a CIDR record?

 

Dissenting to a CIDR record will not prevent you from receiving care from your GP and the NHS and your records will stay as they are now. If you have any questions, please discuss with your GP or other health professional or for further information about CIDR visit: cidrportal.camdenccg.nhs.uk

 

If you DO NOT want a CIDR Record or to share the information with specific organisations, please inform the reception who will action your request.

 

 

 

 

Named GP ( posted on Jun 16, 2015 )

All of our patients here at Fortune Green Road Practice, including children, now have a named GP who is responsible for their overall care. All the currently registerd patients to the practice have been given Dr.Sumara Nadeem as the named GP. Named Accountable GP for all Patients. Please note that this does NOT prevent you from seeing any GP of your choice in the practice as you currently do now, and you are unlikely to see any notable change in the way care is.

Family & Friends Test ( posted on Mar 30, 2015 )

 

Take our FRIENDS & FAMILY SURVEY - it's very useful for us to know what you think of your experience of our practice and where we can improve!

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