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SURVEY 2015

During June and July the Area Wokingham PPG forum are running the annual survey. We would like as many of our patients or those living in the Wokingham area to complete this. please use the link below to take you to survey monkey.

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Vacancy:

Burma Hills surgery is looking to employ a trained Practice Nurse to join our friendly team. Must be experienced in Chronic Disease Management

For an informal chat or to visit please contact the Practice Manager on 01189 9785854 or send your CV to claire.berry5@nhs.net.

Important News

Online booking is now available

You can now register to book certain appointments online at our online booking site

DON'T FORGET TO SAVE YOUR USER ID somewhere secure, as you will need it to use the service.

You can find more detail in the Latest News

Patient access to medical records is now available.

Check "Latest News" on the right for more details.

The Practice is expanding

We are remaining independent, but expanding to accommodate the growing population in Wokingham.  For more details, click on Latest news in the green panel on the right.

CQC inspection

Dear Patient

September 9th 2015 was a momentous day for Queen Elizabeth the 2nd however it was also a bit of a special day for Burma Hills in that we had our CQC visit.

Whilst we were all in fear and trepidation of this visit it did turn out to be a positive experience. I will not get the report for about 5 weeks however I will keep you informed good.... or bad.

This inspection did show to Dr Hlaing and me that all staff work as a team and I am extremely proud that all staff pulled together to make the day run smoothly. Andrea came in on her day off, Karen changed her arrangements so she could cover Linda the following week whist she has a hand opereation, Sallyanne was on holiday although I am sure she was thinking of us whist sunning herself abroad.

I kept being asked by CQC for my " Patient Charter". This went out some time ago so I have to say I was perplexed; however I now know they meant " stement of purpose" this is something that we post on our registration for CQC. Please see oposit for Burma Hills Statement of Ppurpose.

Helen Edwards

Practice Manager

Improvements to the service we offer

Welcome to the Burma Hills Surgery, Wokingham.  We are a friendly, expanding practice dedicated to providing high quality health care with a personal touch.

We offer General Medical Services, including GP, Nurse Practitioner, Nurse Clinics and minor surgery.  We promote preventative health management and personal well-being.

A modern well-equipped building, the Burma Hills Surgery is conveniently located behind the shops in Ashridge Road, Wokingham with ample free car parking right outside. Buses 121, 151 and 151A stop in Ashridge Road, almost on our doorstep. 

Burma Hills Surgery covers the RG40 and RG41 post code areas. New patients are welcome. If you’re not yet registered with us you can download the necessary forms here. please bring some form of identification with you and proof of your address.

We hope you will quickly benefit from a user friendly layout and a wealth of information about our healthcare services. Find out when we’re open and what to do when we’re not, all from the comfort of your own home.

One Click Away

Convenience doesn’t stop there and you can now access a number of services online. You can  send us your comments and we will add additional online services over time - watch this space!

You can also find news about what's happening at the practice by clicking on the Latest News link in the Further Information panel on the right hand side of every page. 

Health and Happiness

Our team are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism, discretion and friendliness. You can count on a warm welcome from everyone involved here at the surgery.

Burma Hills Surgery Burma Hills Waiting Room

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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