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Please call the practice 0345 337 1140 for all appointments, enquiries and results. Do not attend the practice unless you have been asked to do so.

It is still absolutely vital that we continue to operate differently to protect all of our most vulnerable patients and members of the Primary Care Team.

The majority of appointments will be over the phone initially, a  face-to-face appointment will be allocated if a medical professional decides it is clinically appropriate.

An outbreak of Covid-19 in your GP practice could see services hugely and adversely impacted for our entire patient population of 7850 patients.

We are changing the way we organise diabetes care at Cults Medical Group. This will ensure that all Diabetes Healthcare Essentials* are addressed annually which leads to better outcomes for patients.

1. You will be offered a Diabetes Annual Checks appointment around the time of your birthday. Please bring a first morning urine sample with you and our Healthcare Assistant will process this along with your blood tests, blood pressure, weight and foot screening.

2. The results will be collated by one of our Diabetes GPs. You will receive a booklet detailing your results, together with a form to aid care planning and a recommendation letter detailing next steps for action or discussion.

3. The recommendation letter will detail the best member of our healthcare team for you to organise a Care Planning Appointment. This may be with a pharmacist, practice nurse or GP and could be by telephone or face to face. Decisions about treatment, support and when more tests are due will be agreed at this appointment.

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