Relocation of Meridian Medical PCN Enhanced Access Hub
A group of four GP practices known as Meridian Medical Primary Care Network (PCN) have submitted proposals to relocate part of their Enhanced Access service.
The PCN is made up of East Lindsey Medical Group, James Street Family Practice, Tasburgh Lodge Surgery, and Marsh Medical Practice who all work together to improve the health and wellbeing of over 30,000 people in Louth, Woodhall Spa, Tetford, North Somercotes and Manby
The Enhanced Access service currently runs from the Woldside building at County Hospital Louth and enables patients to access routine GP appointments Monday to Friday from 6.30pm – 8.00pm and 9am – 5pm on Saturdays.
Proposals submitted to NHS Lincolnshire Integrated Care Board (ICB), if approved, would see this part of the service move to the Greta Ross clinic at East Lindsey Medical Group in Louth.
The Greta Ross clinic is approximately one mile from County Hospital, Louth, and has adequate parking available at the times in which the service would be open. The service would continue to offer the same range of appointments, albeit from a different location.
The PCN is proposing to move the service to a GP practice location, rather than the hospital site.
As part of the process, the ICB have launched an engagement exercise so they can to gather feedback from patients on the proposal.
Contributions to this engagement are closed for evaluation and review.
This consultation is now closed but you can still have your say. Please contact us to share your experiences and/or feedback, email@example.com.