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Online Consult

Hereford Medical Group patients can now submit health queries 24 hours a day, seven days a week via Online Consult. It's easy to use and provides an alternative option to phoning the surgery. You can complete an online form detailing your symptoms which a member of our clinical team will review within two working days (please remember we are not open after 6pm, weekends and bank holidays). Click here for information on a wide range of health queries and the online form.

Community Link Worker (Social Prescriber)

Leanne has joined the HMG team as a  Community Link Worker (Social Prescriber). Leanne can help and advise  patients with issues such as loneliness, isolation, getting more active, improving lifestyle, finding out what is happening in patient’s local area, managing their daily tasks, returning to or accessing work, finding care or looking after someone, financial problems , bereavement, making changes to patients’ lives that will improve health and wellbeing.

November 2019

If you are eligible for a flu vaccine, and have not had one yet, please contact the surgery to book your vaccination.

The injected flu vaccine is offered free of charge on the NHS to people who are at risk.

This is to help protect them against catching flu and developing serious complications.

You should have the flu vaccine if you: 

  • are 65 years old or over   
  • are pregnant 
  • have certain medical conditions 
  • are living in a long-stay residential care home or another long-stay care facility 
  • receive a carer's allowance, or you're the main carer for an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill 

Hereford Medical Group will vaccinate children, with the child nasal flu vaccine, aged 2 and 3 years on 31 August 2019 (that is, born between 1 September 2015 and 31 August 2017)

If you think you are eligible for a flu vaccination but are not sure, click here for more information.

Help us, help you this winter by having your flu jab!

June 2019

The surgeries that merged to form Hereford Medical Group did this to create innovative and sustainable primary care services for our patients.  Prior to merging there were more than four vacancies for GPs across the 5 joining practices, some of which had been vacant for more than 12 months.  The key purpose in merging was to be able to continue to provide a service to our patients and, because of ongoing GP shortages nationally, without merging two of the five surgeries would now be closed.

As a larger GP practice HMG have been successful in recruiting 3 new GPs since July 2018.  In addition, the merger has allowed us to extend the use of other healthcare professionals which support the GP team including Nurse Practitioners and Physicians Associates who see patients with minor illnesses and Emergency Care Practitioners who are able to do home visits for patients unable to attend the surgery.  

One further exciting development is the employment of 3 mental health nurses.  At Hereford Medical Group we recognise that many of the patients who contact us for appointments are needing support with their mental health.  In the coming months, these patients will first have the opportunity to speak to an experienced Mental Health Nurse who can assess and treat the patient or arrange further follow up as needed.  This will allow us to offer some more GP routine appointments.

The merger has allowed us to not only continue providing a service for some patients but also create new, patient focused roles and services. 

May 2019

We are very pleased to share that construction has started on the new building for Hereford Medical Group. To mark the occasion, a turf cutting ceremony, organised by Prime, was held on the site on Thursday 16th May.

This prject represents the biggest every single investment in primary care for Herefordshire. The new building will provide a modern, fit for purpose enviroment for patients at Hereford Medical Group allowing us to deliver primary care in an efficient and sustainable way. We expect the new building will be ready to welcome patients in Autumn 2020. South Wye Medical Centre, Quay House Medical Centre, Bobblestock Surgery and Credenhill Surgery will remain open when the new surgery is completed.

We look forward to keeping our patients updated throughout the build.