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Dene Drive Primary Care Centre"Hot" Clinic - you may have read in the local papers/social medial that Dene Drive is being the "hot/red" clinic for Winsford. If you think you may have symptoms of Covid-19 please firstly ring NHS111 and they will advise you what to do next.  Please do NOT attend Dene Drive Primary Care Centre unless you have had a conversation with NHS111 first - after an initial conversation they may advise you to ring Swanlow for further care - we will have a record from NHS111 for all the patients who are advised to do this, so please do not try to circumnavigate the system.  The process is that you will ring NHS111, they will pass you over to Swanlow, a GP from Swanlow will speak with you and if they believe you need to be seen in the "hot" clinic they will pass your details onto the clinic.  A GP from that clinic will then ring you to discuss what the process is for attending the Covid "hot" clinic.  

Our Mission Statement

To strive for excellence and work in partnership with our patients to ensure they are supported in their healthcare in a setting that meets their expectations.

 

 

Our Goals

 



    • To be caring professionals who are committed and dedicated to providing a first class patient care service.



 



    • To ensure our patients’ are seen by the most appropriate professional as quickly as possible.



 



    • To provide services in a primary care setting, to ensure services are local to our patient population.



 



    • To understand and work in partnership with patients and other agencies and encourage patients to participate fully in the decision making process about their healthcare.



 



    • To treat patients with the same dignity and respect we would want for ourselves.



 



    • To empower patients to take control of their own healthcare.



 



    • To provide a safe and clean environment for our patients to be seen and also for our staff to work in.



 



    • To focus on the prevention of diseases by promoting health and wellbeing and offering appropriate care and advice to our patients.



 



    • To be a learning organisation that continually improves what we are able to offer patients and pass this knowledge on to trainees.



 



    • To continually improve the lines of communication to patients using the latest technology as appropriate.



 



    • To ensure the equipment we use is safe for practice and regularly inspected.



 



    • To protect our staff by adhering to the Zero Tolerance policy.

 
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