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Signposting:

Back in March and September 2017 a group of Receptionists from all over North Norfolk, who all work in General Practice were invited to attend ‘The Signposting Workshops’.

This project was created and led by our very own Dr Kemp and Practice Manager Linda Marquis. Those who attended the workshops discussed something called Signposting, which is when receptionists advise patients to go to another organisation for advice or treatment. An example of this would be if a patient had tooth pain and requested to see a Doctor, a receptionist would advise the patient to go to the dentist.

During  the workshops the receptionists were able to share experiences from their practices, including their successes, worries and any attempts at signposting that may not have been to successful.

The workshops where a complete success with a great turnout. This showed how much it meant for the receptionists to have this unique opportunity to take ownership over their work. The input was vital to the success of the project and the initial feedback showed that the receptionists enjoyed meeting each other and discussing how they signpost patients already and will do more in the future to help patients get the best service we can give.

Please click on the film camera on the right to see North Norfolk's Signposting video for information for patients:

 

Signposting Video With Sub.wmv

Consent:

 

All records are entirely confidential and we aim to keep them fully up to date. Please do not ask for information about relatives or friends. We cannot discuss any matters with anyone other than a patient or guardian of someone under the age of 16, unless we have their written permission.

 

If you require consent for a friend or relative and they would be happy to give consent then you can either collect one from our reception or clink on the link below and print a consent form to fill in and hand back to us.

 

Consent Form