The name and address of the registered provider is
St Bartholomew’s Surgery
292A Barking Road
London E6 3BA
Practice Web Site – www.stbartholomewssurgery.gpsurgery.net
Registered CQC GP manager: Dr T Powell
Practice manager: Mrs Liza Salimkumar
St Bartholomew’s Surgery is a partnership. There are 5 partners doctors:
Dr T Powell – part time partner
Dr NJ Ojukwu – full time partner
Dr A Ajanlekoko – full time partner
Dr S Chellappan – full time partner
Dr S Hussain – full time partner
The Practice has a team of practice nurses, health care assistants, receptionists. The Midwife attends the surgery twice a week to see ante-natal patients and the Primary Care Liaison Support worker comes to see the Mental Health Patients once every month.
The surgery is located in a modern building close to East Ham High Street. The Practice has a Personal Medical Services contract with Newham Clinical Commissioning Group, and offers directly and locally enhanced services to its patients. St Bartholomew’s Surgery is a member of the Newham Health collaboration Federation.
Our Aims and Objectives
- We aim to ensure high quality, safe and effective personal medical services and environment
- To provide monitored, audited and continually improving healthcare services
- To provide healthcare which is available to a whole population and create a partnership between patient and health profession which ensures mutual respect, holistic care and continuous learning and training.
- The provision of accessible healthcare which is proactive to healthcare changes, efficiency and innovation and development.
- To improve Clinical Governance and Evidence Based Practice
- To improve Clinical and Non-clinical risk management
- To reduce risk in specific clinical risk areas and facilities
- To improve environment and capacity
- To improve vigilance for unforeseen emergencies
- To optimise performance against key targets and core standards
- To meet key targets set by the Clinical Commissioning Group in Newham
- To participate effectively in the local Cluster Group of GP Practices
- To meet Annual Health Check targets
- To implement Payment by results
- To become a patient centred organisation
- To improve services offered to patients
- To improve the facilities available for patients at the surgery
- To improve communication between the surgery and the patients
- To encourage the development of an active and effective patient participation group
- To recruit, retain and develop a highly motivated and appropriately skilled workforce
- To enhance performance of the workforce
- To develop management capability
- To guide the employees in accordance with the Equalities Scheme
- To continue the development of the Estate
- To ensure effective management and governance systems
- To ensure robust corporate processes at the Commissioning Board level
- To ensure a robust Information Technology strategy to support the business of St Bartholomew’s Surgery
The registered activities and service types have been agreed by the St Bartholomew’s Surgery’s Registered Manager, the Partners and the Practice Manager in accordance with CQC guidance. Services are described under registered activity and Service Type.
The regulated services provided by St Bartholomew’s Surgery
- Routine medical checks and general/personal medical services
- NHS relevant prescriptions and medications or a private prescription can be issued.
- Immunisations, e.g. Childhood Immunisations, Influenza, Pneumonia, and Shingles, Foreign travel advice and immunisation
- Executive & employee medicals – our GP’s are able to carry out medical report and review.
- Assessment of employees returning to work after illness
- Asthma/Respiratory clinic – the Surgery has facilities for and spirometry / lung function testing.
- Diabetic clinic – the Surgery operates a diabetes clinic each week to provide ongoing care for our diabetic patients and run by trained nurses and supervised by GP Partners.
- Family Planning Clinic – our family planning clinic is run by our GPs and Practice Nurses.
- Pneumonia/Flu vaccination – at St Bartholomew’s Surgery we offer ‘at risk’ groups the flu vaccine at a certain time each year to protect you against the flu virus. The Practice also offers pneumonia to patients aged 65 and over and other at risk groups.
- Health Checks – St Bartholomew’s Surgery offers health checks to patients aged 40 and over.
- Mental Health Patients are seen by the Primary Health Liaison Officers at the surgery once every month.
- Patients with Learning Disability are reviewed annually.
- Practice keeps a record of Carer’s and are identified at the point of registration.
- Midwifery – the community midwives hold their own clinics at St Bartholomew’s Surgery for patients at St Bartholomew’s Surgery. They supervise antenatal care
- Minor Surgery – we offer a number of minor operations/surgeries for dermatology related concerns.
- Cervical Screening - at St Bartholomew’s Surgery, our nurses are qualified to carry out cervical screening and tests in the form of cervical smears.
- Multi-disciplinary Team meeting – the Surgery holds regular team meetings with other service providers reviewing palliative care and safeguarding issues.
- Lifestyle advice is given at appropriate points in consultation and health checks
- Latent TB tests done for patients coming from high risk countries. We are part of the Catapult trial.
Our practice ethos is to strive towards a partnership between patients and health professionals based on the following key facets:
We endeavour to treat all our patients with dignity, respect and honesty. Everyone at St Bartholomew’s Surgery is committed to deliver an excellent service. We ask all patients to highlight any discrepancies and to offer the same commitment in return.
We treat ‘patients’ and illnesses. This means that we are equally interested in the physical, psychological and social aspects of your individual care.
Continuity of Care and the ‘Therapeutic relationship’
Building and maintaining a strong relationship between doctors, health professionals, and patients is essential to the way we work. This is especially so in the management of ongoing problems or long-term illness. In these circumstances we would encourage you to continue seeing the same health professional and wherever possible we will facilitate this through our appointments system. However, if you have a new problem, the doctor or nurse that you normally see is not available, or you would like to see someone else then we would encourage you to see any of the doctors or nurses at the practice.
Learning and Training
We believe in “life-long learning” and all the health professionals here and administrative staff undergoes an annual appraisal where learning and development needs are identified. We also recognise the benefit of supported learning for our patients and families in enhancing your ability to manage and deal with both ‘self-limiting’ and long-term illnesses
The Practice has an open list policy and accepts patients who are resident and newly resident in the defined practice area, most E6 and part of E13 area.
Signed by Dr T Powell