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Welcome to Harris Memorial Surgery 

Based in Illogan and Lanner, Harris Memorial Surgery serves a large catchment area spanning from Portreath to Ponsanooth and Hayle to Mount Hawke. It is part of the North Kerrier East Primary Care Network (PCN).

Practice Manager Debbie Holborn leads the experienced team and supports four regular doctors, a practice matron, nurses and healthcare assistants, as well as a physiotherapist, pharmacist and social prescriber who are shared with the PCN.  The Surgery constantly strives to deliver the best possible service and aims to treat its patients promptly, courteously and with complete confidentiality.

Routine GP services are supplemented by clinics for family planning, joint injections, physiotherapy, minor operations and social prescribing as well as midwife clinics.

The Surgery also dispenses medication from both its Lanner and Illogan branches for patients living more than a mile from a pharmacy and can offer delivery.

New patients registrations are always welcome.

 

 

NHS App

The NHS App is a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services on your smartphone or tablet. Features include viewing your NHS number, ordering repeat prescriptions, viewing your health record and COVID-19 vaccination status and choosing if data from your health record is shared for planning and research.

 

COVID-19

Remember, if you have COVID-19 symptoms or have been in contact with someone with COVID-19 you must self-isolate and if you have symptoms, you must also get a COVID PCR test. Do not visit the surgery.

Visit www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19 for more information.

Everyone aged 18 and over can now get a COVID-19 vaccination.

Please make sure we have your correct mobile phone number so you can receive a text inviting you to book your appointment.

You can book your jab by calling 119 or via the national booking system at nhs.uk.

 

The following arrangement are in place at our surgeries:

  • All GP appointments are initially over the telephone.
  • GPs conduct face-to-face appointments and home visits on a daily basis.
  • Our waiting rooms are open.
  • Everyone entering our premises must:
    • have their temperature checked;
    • wear face mask, unless exceptional circumstances apply;
    • be alone, unless requiring the support of a single carer or parent.


Patient Data

General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR)

NHS Digital plans to change the way it collects and uses information from your GP medical record.  Click here to learn more about the General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) project and for instructions on how to opt-out.

Choose if data from your health records is shared for research and planning (National opt-out).

Summary Care Records

Every NHS patient has a Summary Care Record (SCR) which contains your contact details and information about your medicines and allergies.  With your permission, it can be accessed by NHS staff in A&E departments, GP surgeries, hospital wards and other NHS organisations to improve the quality and safety of your care. 

Since the COVID-19 pandemic, NHS Digital is also sharing Additional Information in your SCR, which includes:

  • significant medical history (past and present)
  • reason for medication
  • anticipatory care information (such as information about the management of long term conditions) 
  • end of life care information
  • immunisations

More information about the Summary Care Record is available on the NHS Digital website.

(last updated 25/06/2021)

 Royal College of General Practitioners

(Site updated 25/06/2021)
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