Welcome to the Alma Medical Centre
The doctors and staff at the Alma Partnership surgery in Bournemouth are proud to offer the highest standard of patient-centred healthcare. We run many clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and offer a wide variety of other medical services.
Our reception desk allows wheelchair-using patients to communicate directly with reception staff and our large car park area has disabled parking spaces and easy flat access into the building. There are also disabled toilet facilities.
Alma Road Partnership have a new Practice Manager, her name is Jill Webb, she has more than 30yrs experience of Practice managing, and is dedicated to patient experience.
Smear awareness month at The Alma Partnership, we have lots of information in reception, please come and help yourself to leaflets and advice packs. Locally the uptake for bowel cancer screening is low so we are working hard to promote the importance of screening.
Forth coming awareness campaigns
April- Smear Awareness
Improved Access for patients
We are working towards improving access to appointments for our patients, in particular at evenings and weekends. If you would like to be offered one of these appointments, please speak to a member of the team. These appointments may be at a different site e.g. the Urgent Treatment Centre at Bournemouth Hospital.
IMPORTANT PATIENT NOTICE REGARDING SPECIMENS:
ALL SAMPLES MUST BE IN THE CORRECT SPECIMEN POTS. THE SPECIMEN POTS MUST BE LABELLED WITH THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
FULL NAME, DATE OF BIRTH, DATE AND TIME THE SAMPLE WAS PRODUCED.
PLEASE ONLY BRING IN A SAMPLE IF IT HAS BEEN REQUESTED BY A DOCTOR OR NURSE, SPECIMENS MUST BE HANDED IN BY 11.30AM
Our Mission statement and values
At The Alma Partnership we aim to be a centre of excellence offering top quality services that are readily accessible to all our patients provided by friendly, happy, well trained and supported staff.
Wessex Healthier Together
Improving the quality of care for Children and Young People in Wessex
- Are you expecting a baby?
- Are you a parent worried about your child?
- Are you a young person needing help and support?
If this applies to you, Wessex Healthier Together are there to help! Click HERE for more information, or visit www.what0-18.nhs.uk
Have you been referred to see a Specialist?
Click HERE for important patient guidance on what to expect when you are referred by your GP to see a Specialist (or therapist). Please read this information carefully - it may save you an unnecessary trip to the surgery by talking this process through with your specialist.
Possible Alternatives to Booking a GP Appointment:
Click HERE to view this leaflet
SELF-CARE Guidance for Patients
We have created a 'Self-Care' page for our patients and their carers which we have filled with various fact sheets and self help guidance leaflets for you to refer to, should you have any concerns.
Please click HERE to view this page - but don't forget...NHS 111 are there to help you day or night, 24/7.
How do you communicate?
Do you need information in a different format? Do you need communication support?
If so, please tell a member of the Practice staff. Telephone us on 01202 519 311 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Patient Participation Group
WE NEED YOUR VIEWS! Please join our Patient Participation Group (PPG) - and HELP us to HELP you!
Contact reception at email@example.com
(Site updated 25/04/2019)