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Welcome to Stevenage Health Limited

Stevenage Health Care is the Federation for Stevenage Practices in Hertfordshire which serves approximately 94,000 patients.

"A Federation is a group of practices and primary care teams working together, sharing responsibility for developing and delivering high quality, patient focussed services for their local communities."  RCGP Toolkit, 2011

Stevenage Health was formed in 2014 after the decision was made by the Stevenage Practices to work together more collaboratively to improve the health care needs of the locality.

Since 2014 Stevenage Health Limited have looked at ways to work closer with the Hospital Trust and how attendance at A&E can be reduced.  This included submitting bids for the ‘Prime Ministers Challenge Fund’ and looking at providing Primary Care at Lister Hospital.  From July 2018 Stevenage Health will be responsible for the project management and delivery of the Extended Access service introduced as part the General Practice Forward View.

Stevenage Extended Access Service

Stevenage patients who are registered with Bedwell & Roebuck Surgery, Chells Surgery, King George Surgery, Manor House Surgery, Shephall Way Surgery, Stanmore Medical Group & Symonds Green Surgery can also now also make an appointment in the Stevenage Extended Access Service at Kingsway Health Centre by calling 01438 847501. 

Telephone lines will be open from 6:30pm to 8pm Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 2:30pm or on a Bank Holiday from 10am to 1pm to book and cancel Extended Access appointments.  

Measles 

If you think you have got Measles call ahead 01438 847501

If you think you’ve got MEASLES, have you got a rash and do you feel very unwell – don’t go to the EA Service GP Surgery, walk in centre or your local accident and emergency department – Call ahead, that way if you do have measles – you won’t pass it on to others – it can be a fatal disease if someone has a weak immune system and can’t fight it off – if a pregnant woman catches measles – it can harm her baby. Measles is serious, call ahead and get advice.

(Site updated 18/11/2019)

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