Welcome to the Coastal Medical Group Website
"Delivering high quality healthcare to the people of Morecambe, keeping you well, looking after you well"
YOUR GP CARES' CAMPAIGN
Support BMA’s ‘Your GP Cares’ campaign
The environment in which GPs are striving to provide services is increasingly challenging. The BMA have recently launched their ‘Your GP Cares’ campaign, to bring the everyday challenges facing general practice more clearly into the public eye, to patients and to the attention of MPs and policy makers. This will be a sustained programme in the run up to the next UK general election.
The success of the campaign is dependent on active involvement of GPs and their patients, supported by the LMC.
We urge you to get involved….
PUT PATIENTS FIRST CAMPAIGN
Campaign aim: The Put patients first: Back general practice campaign is demanding that the governments of the UK increase funding for general practice from an historic low of 8.39% to 11% of the UK NHS budget by 2017. Read more about the crisis facing general practice, and the Put patients first: Back general practice campaign here.
Sign the Petition - Click here
Advance notice of Practice Half Day Closures
Below are the proposed dates for GP Development:
Wednesday 15th October 2014
Thursday 15th January 2015
Not sure if you need to see a doctor?
If you are suffering with such illnesses as sore throat, ear ache, constipation or even the common cold. It may not always be necessary to visit a doctor. Please click here for further information on self-care.
Coastal Medical Group wins Gold Award for 'End of Life' Care
Coastal Medical Group was presented with the Quality Hallmark Award at the National Gold Standards Framework (GSF) Annual Conference in London by Dr Dennis Cox of the Royal College of General Practitioners.
We become only the ninth GP practice to be accredited by the National GSF Centre. Click here for further information.
Practice Information Booklet
To view a PDF version of our practice Information Booklet please click here
(Site updated 01/08/2014)