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Mayfield Medical Centre

Mayfield Medical Centre

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Primary Health Care StrategyQuestionnaireSUMMARYThe Primary Care Strategy is our plan for the future of general practice (family doctor services) andfor the people who work with and use these services.In North East Hampshire and Farnham we have 23 GP practices providing primary health care to225,000 people in Aldershot, Farnborough, Farnham, Fleet, Yateley and surrounding areas.In our area and nationally, the level of demand for health and social care services is rising rapidly.


People are living longer and this means they develop more health problems and need more care. At the same time, there are about 20 GP vacancies in North East Hampshire and Farnham, and manynew GPs choose to work part-time in order to pursue research or other clinical interests whilemaintaining a healthy work-life balance.  Due to the rising demand and workforce pressures, we know that the current system isunsustainable and we are looking to create a system which will be fit for the future needs of our population.


If we do not take action we will simply be putting more money into a system that is not workingproperly, and by March 2020 there will be a significant gap between what we have and the serviceswe need to pay for.Through our Happy, Healthy, at Home programme, we are currently working with local citizens to explore how primary health care can best be delivered to people in our area. We would like to hearyour thoughts on how you would like to receive primary health care and how we can work with youto ensure the right kinds of care and services are provided in our communities.


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