From 1st April 2015 onwards Practices are required, under the
Services Contract, to allocate a named accountable GP to all
patients, including children.
This GP is responsible for the patients’ overall care. However,
patients can still book
appointments or telephone consultations with any GP in the practice.
Should you wish to change your named GP we will do our best to
At Thorney Medical Practice the name of your allocated GP is your
either Dr Knights or Dr Richards. You can also find the name of your
on your repeat prescription request slip.
If you are unsure who your allocated GP is please ask at reception.
NHS 111 Service
out of hours care should be
accessed via the new 111 service.
This number will be answered by
trained call handlers who
direct you to the most appropriate and suitable service.
here for more information about 111.
users can now view your medical records online.
If you already have a user name and password and you wish to view
please request access through the website next time you are logged
If you do not have access to online services and would like to
to view your records, together with booking appointments and
prescriptions, please ask at reception for an online request form.
Please note that you will need to bring some form of identification
you when you return the completed form.
The latest Patient Participation Report and Action Plan can be found
You know that you can make an online
appointment up to 2 weeks ahead.
Please click here for more
To make the process of getting your holiday and travel
you can now download a request form
This can then be returned to the
surgery so that the Practice Nurse can order the correct
arrange to give them to you in good time.
Practice is a member of the
Borderline Local Commissioning Group
which is one of eight local
commissioning groups that make up
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group.