Intermittent Power Outage at Maple Surgery
We are currently experiencing intermitten power outages. We are currently operational again with service running as normal.
We will endeavour to keep you updated if further outages occur via social media page and on our website,
Many Thanks for your understanding.
If you are in need of medical assistance please call 111 or 999 if it's a medical emergency.
New provider of services at Maple Surgery
Cambs GP Network Ltd are pleased to provide GP practice services at Maple Surgery, they are an established local GP Federation, who exist to support local practices and their patients. They currently provide a range of NHS services across Cambridgeshire, with a proven track record of delivering high quality, responsive care that meets the needs of their patients.
Cambs GP Network Ltd will hold a 14-month Caretaker Alternative Provider Medical Services contract with NHS Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. During the term of this contract, we will undertake a procurement process to agree a new contract and, once in place, the new provider will take over delivery of primary medical services at Maple Surgery in April 2024. We will keep this website updated with further information about the procurement process.
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Zero Tolerance Towards Violence
NHS Staff must be able to come to work without fear of violence, abuse or harassment from patients or their relatives. The NHS has a zero tolerance attitude towards violence.
Violent, threatening or abusive behaviour including shouting and swearing will not be tolerated at this Practice.
Patients who act in such a manner will be asked to leave the premises; the Police may be called and you could be removed from our patient list.
Our staff are here to help you. Please treat them with respect.
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Updated guidance on wearing a face covering in primary care
The national Infection Prevention Control (IPC) Guidance for primary care settings has been updated as follows:
Patients with respiratory symptoms who are required to attend for emergency treatment should wear a facemask/covering, if tolerated, or offered one on arrival. All other patients are not required to wear a facemask unless this is a personal preference.
Thank you for your continued support
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All patients should be involved in making decisions with their clinician around their health care. We try to ensure we direct patients to the right clinician the first time. This may mean you don’t always see a GP, you may see or speak to one of our Multi-disciplinary team who can see and treat your condition . If you feel you must see a GP the please discuss this with the reception team when booking.
If you require a referral to a hospital you can choose where you receive treatment , you can read about this below or by clicking the following link. Your GP will ask you during your consultation where you would like to be seen.
Can I choose where to receive treatment?
The NHS Constitution gives most people living in England the right to choose where to receive treatment.
You have the right to:
- choose your GP surgery, unless there are reasonable grounds to refuse (for example, you live outside the area that the surgery covers)
- make choices about your NHS care, and to receive information to support these choices
This also means you can choose the organisation that provides your NHS care when you're referred for your first appointment with a consultant.
So if your GP recommends that you see a specialist, you can choose where and when to see them.
NHS e-Referral Service
The NHS e-Referral Service is an electronic booking service for people living in England.
It allows you to choose from different hospitals and clinics across England (including some private hospitals).
Finding a hospital
If you're unsure about which hospital or clinic to choose, your GP can advise you on what might be the best choice for you.
When choice is limited
There are some exceptions that may limit your choice – for example, not all hospitals are able to treat every condition, and a hospital must meet NHS conditions on standards and costs.
You also can't choose when and what services to use in cases where speed of access to diagnosis and treatment is particularly important, such as:
- emergency services
- rapid access chest pain clinics, which are used to diagnosis people with suspected heart problems such an angina, where you must be seen within the 2-week maximum waiting time
- cancer services, where you must be seen within the 2-week maximum waiting time
- maternity services
- mental health services
The following people can't choose where to receive treatment:
- people held under the Mental Health Act 1983
- military personnel
- prisoners (including prisoners on temporary release)
Cambs GP Network would like to welcome you to Maple Surgery website, here you will find information about our practice, which welcomes residents from Bar Hill and the surrounding villages.
We aim to provide all of our patients with a high quality service; our team is committed to helping you and welcomes feedback because your voice is important to us.
If you would like to know more about Cambs GP Network, please click here to be redirected to our website