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Patient Feedback

Very Caring, efficient and happy practice. All the partners pleasant.”

Having the physio available in the surgery is wonderful

Generally I thing the Mere surgery is well run and is an asset for the village

A Doctor is available to talk to everyday (Mon-Fri), our prescriptions service is second to none. Very well organised practice – everyone very helpful

I strongly feel that the care my family and I receive from the Mere Practice is excellent and that everyone in the practice has that “can doattitude that makes it work so well

The ancillary staff (nurses and reception staff) whose demure remains welcoming, cool, calm and collected even when at their busiest

I feel totally at ease with the care, advice and help provided by the practice

Asthma Care

At Mere Surgery we offer you a choice for your annual asthma review.

If you feel that your asthma is well controlled at present, please would you complete and return the questionnaire (link below).  It is important for us to have an up to date peak flow reading so if you do not have a meter at home, please contact the surgery and we will arrange for you to be prescribed one.   Alternatively, you could make a telephone appointment with our Asthma Nurse, Francesca on Monday, Wednesday or Thursday and she will contact you. 

It is important that you are reviewed at the surgery at least every 3 years and especially if your asthma is not well controlled.  

More information about asthma treatment can be found at https://www.asthma.org.uk and links to action plans and the surgery questionnaire are below. 

Adult Action Plan

https://www.asthma.org.uk/globalassets/health-advice/resources/adults/adult-asthma-action-plan.pdf

Child Action Plan

https://www.asthma.org.uk/globalassets/health-advice/resources/children/child-asthma-action-plan.pdf

Asthma questionnaire

Asthma Review Questionnaire



 
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