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MISSION STATEMENT

Aiming to improve the health, well-being and lives of those we care for.

The NHS system across Sutton is currently experiencing an unprecedented period of exceptionally high demand across the local hospital, community and primary care.  We would be grateful if you could bear this in mind whilst we endevour to meet your health needs in as timely a way as possible.

Please consider using your local pharmacy for non-urgent health advice and call or go online to use 111 for urgent medical help where appropriate. Please only call 999 if it is a life-threatening emergency. Thank you.

NEW CONTACT NUMBER 020 8224 4100

PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUP (PPG) NEXT MEETING DATE 5PM SEPTEMBER 29TH 2022 VIRTUAL MEETING

Welcome to Mulgrave Road Surgery

All staff at Mulgrave are dedicated to providing high quality healthcare to patients and a professional service whilst adhering to infection prevention control standards. 

Our mobile-friendly website is designed to keep you up-to-date with current services and provide a useful resource for other health-related information.

Mulgrave Road Surgery now operates a choice of appointment bookings - face-face / telephone or video consultation. Home visit requests will be triaged and referred to the paramedic acute home visiting service where necessary.

NEW SERVICE FOR PATIENTS - ACCURX TRIAGE SYSTEM 

Link to Accurx Patient Triage

The getUBetter app is provided free of charge by Sutton CCG for patients registered at Mulgrave Road Surgery. It can be accessed on a Smartphone or on the Web and
guides you day-by-day through a sequence of exercises and tips to help you get better from a range of new or recurrent musculoskeletal conditions:

Please click on this link to register for getUBetter 

Kooth Online Mental Health Wellbeing - see services tab

www.kooth.com

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(Site updated 17/09/2022)
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