HayesWick Extended Hours

Extended Hours Clinics are available on Saturdays. Appointments will be carried out by a combination of GPs and nurses. The nurses undertake a range of interventions including Cervical Screening (from 7 December 2019) and dressings.

Find out more about HayesWick Extended Hours

Overview

Appointments will be carried out by a combination of GPs and nurses. The nurses undertake a range of interventions including Cervical Screening (from 7 December 2019) and dressings.

GP appointments on Saturdays are not available for patients who are receiving maternity care; patients will need to make appointment with their usual GP practice in these circumstances

 

Using this service

To use this service you need to be registered with one of the following GP practices:

Forge Close Surgery, Wickham Park Surgery, Addington Road Surgery, Pickhurst Surgery, Station Road Surgery

Appointments

Appointments will be booked through your practice or on the day via the Bromley Healthcare Care Coordination Centre on 0300 330 5777 (this includes cancellations on the day)

More information

There is free parking available at the Phoenix Centre for about 50 cars.

Bromley South station is a 10 minute walk from the Phoenix Centre.

There is a fully accessible lift that can be used for those in wheelchairs.

Please bring any prescribed dressings with you to your dressing’s clinic appointment.

For professionals

What is a Primary Care Network?
Primary care networks (PCNs) are a key part of the NHS Long Term Plan bringing together GPs to work at scale. This is a NHS policy priority for a range of reasons, including improving the ability of practices to recruit and retain staff; to manage financial and estates pressures; to provide a wider range of services to patients and to more easily integrate with the wider health and care system.
In Bromley there are eight PCNs which were established from the 1st July 2019.
The HayesWick PCN covers the 41,000 patient populations of:
• Forge Close
• Pickhurst
• Station Road
• Wickham Park
• Addington Road

What does a PCN do?
Primary care networks (PCNs) will eventually be required to deliver a set of seven national service specifications; five will start by April 2020: structured medication reviews, enhanced health in care homes, anticipatory care (with community services), personalised care and supporting early cancer diagnosis.
The remaining two specifications will start by 2021: cardiovascular disease case-finding and locally agreed action to tackle inequalities. PCNs will receive specific funding for clinical pharmacists and social prescribing link workers in 2019/20, with funding for physiotherapists, physician associates and paramedics following in subsequent years.

Who will be providing extended hours?
Following the HayesWick patient participation group meeting, HayesWick PCN is sub-contracting Bromley
Healthcare to deliver the extended hours. This replaces the extended hours that are currently provided at
some surgeries with the objective of providing patients with a more equitable arrangement.
Bromley Healthcare is one of the UK’s leading providers of community health services, running services in Bromley, Bexley, Croydon and Lewisham.

Overview

Appointments will be carried out by a combination of GPs and nurses. The nurses undertake a range of interventions including Cervical Screening (from 7 December 2019) and dressings.

GP appointments on Saturdays are not available for patients who are receiving maternity care; patients will need to make appointment with their usual GP practice in these circumstances

 

Using this service

To use this service you need to be registered with one of the following GP practices:

Forge Close Surgery, Wickham Park Surgery, Addington Road Surgery, Pickhurst Surgery, Station Road Surgery

Appointments

Appointments will be booked through your practice or on the day via the Bromley Healthcare Care Coordination Centre on 0300 330 5777 (this includes cancellations on the day)

More information

There is free parking available at the Phoenix Centre for about 50 cars.

Bromley South station is a 10 minute walk from the Phoenix Centre.

There is a fully accessible lift that can be used for those in wheelchairs.

Please bring any prescribed dressings with you to your dressing’s clinic appointment.

For professionals

What is a Primary Care Network?
Primary care networks (PCNs) are a key part of the NHS Long Term Plan bringing together GPs to work at scale. This is a NHS policy priority for a range of reasons, including improving the ability of practices to recruit and retain staff; to manage financial and estates pressures; to provide a wider range of services to patients and to more easily integrate with the wider health and care system.
In Bromley there are eight PCNs which were established from the 1st July 2019.
The HayesWick PCN covers the 41,000 patient populations of:
• Forge Close
• Pickhurst
• Station Road
• Wickham Park
• Addington Road

What does a PCN do?
Primary care networks (PCNs) will eventually be required to deliver a set of seven national service specifications; five will start by April 2020: structured medication reviews, enhanced health in care homes, anticipatory care (with community services), personalised care and supporting early cancer diagnosis.
The remaining two specifications will start by 2021: cardiovascular disease case-finding and locally agreed action to tackle inequalities. PCNs will receive specific funding for clinical pharmacists and social prescribing link workers in 2019/20, with funding for physiotherapists, physician associates and paramedics following in subsequent years.

Who will be providing extended hours?
Following the HayesWick patient participation group meeting, HayesWick PCN is sub-contracting Bromley
Healthcare to deliver the extended hours. This replaces the extended hours that are currently provided at
some surgeries with the objective of providing patients with a more equitable arrangement.
Bromley Healthcare is one of the UK’s leading providers of community health services, running services in Bromley, Bexley, Croydon and Lewisham.