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There are parts of the FYi Directory that are out of date

We now regularly contact all groups on the directory to remind them to update their informatio...
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We want to be able to understand your policies

We asked for opinions on the continuing health care policy in Blackpool

The response wa...
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We want self care information in GP practices.

We have developed self care books and sent copies to each GP practice on the Fylde Coast.  For...
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We want to use technology to access GP services online, eg booking appointments.

GPs on the Fylde Coast were the first to trial the myGP app, an online service allowing people...
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We want to receive reminders about appointments via text message, and be able to order prescriptions and book appointments online.

We are investing heavily in GP online services and improving access to these across the Fylde ...
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Helping people stay well should be a top priority

We agree, which is why we have invested in self-care support such as the diabetes prevention p...
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GP practices should work together to tackle the problems facing the NHS

Across the Fylde Coast we have 10 neighbourhoods of GP practices who work together to improve ...
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Renaming the ‘memory assessment unit’ to ‘dementia assessment unit’ would put patients off attending the service

We fed back to the service and its name was not changed


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We want better access to family doctor services in the evening and at weekends

Patients now have access to all four ‘extended access’ sites across the Fylde Coast.


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Information for the public should be displayed in places they are likely to see it. Supermarkets are better places than libraries and just in GP practices.

It’s true that we tend to use places such as libraries, sports centres and GP surgeries ...
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Last updated on 14 February 2019 at 09:00 by senior communications and engagement officer