To provide patients with the highest quality personal health care, meeting medical needs and managing patients’ expectations with compassion and professionalism. We promote inclusive care programmes where appropriate, working in collaboration with supporting medical and voluntary organisations. We strongly advocate employee wellbeing, fostering a resilient culture of work-life balance and effective staff engagement.
FREE GENTLE EXERCISE CLASSES
OVER 50s, and those with Breathing Difficulties
The Sedbergh Community Centre,
Exercise itself cannot reverse COPD, or lung disease but it can change the way you feel, breathe, as well as improve your quality of life.
These classes are community based help projects supported by the Practice Health Champions at Low Moor Medical Practice.
Please come and join us, help yourself improve your quality of life, meet other people and possibly make new friends.
Why not take part and empower yourself to feel better, there will be no jogging or doing star jumps. All exercise will be tailored to your ability by qualified staff, you may just sit in a chair and catch a balloon, why not give it go, feel better and have fun.
Low Moor Medical Centre provides full access and has facilities for the disabled.
If you have any difficulties with communication through illness please see our on line form to let us know your prefered method of contact. The form can be found on the patient questionnaires page
How We Use Your Medical Record
Please follow this link to read how we use and safeguard your information:
How We use your Information
Online services for Low Moor Medical Practice users
People registered with our surgery can now book appointments and request repeat prescriptions at a time convenient to them, thanks to GP online services. These services enable people to book GP appointments and request repeat prescriptions via their computer, smartphone or tablet at a time that suits them rather than calling or visiting the surgery.
This approach can save people a phone call or journey to the surgery, and allow them to do what they need to when the surgery is closed. Patients living with a long term health condition can also benefit by having a greater involvement in their healthcare as they can access test results and keep track of their treatment.
All patient information is kept securely. This page on the surgery website www.lowmoormp.co.uk allows access to the information patients need.
This service works alongside traditional methods of accessing services, it does not replace them. By allowing people who want to make appointments and order prescriptions this way, it should become easier for others to get through on the phone to the surgery during busy periods.
If you want to register for GP online services you will need to fill out a form at the surgery and show two forms of ID one of which should have a photo (such as a UK passport or driving licence) and the other should have your address (such as a council tax bill). If you don’t have photo ID or anything with your address on it, it doesn’t mean you will not be able to use online services, our surgery staff may be able to help.
To register for GP online services, drop in and ask us, or to find out more visit the NHS Choices website at www.nhs.uk/GPonlineservices.
If you are already registered and struggling to access the system, please call the reception team for help.
The practice is now a training practice for doctors in training and hosts third year medical students. The students work along side our regular GP's in the consulting rooms, and hold some surgeries of their own. All patients will be advised if the offered appointment is with a student, who is supervised by one of our regular doctors. If you are unhappy with this, you will be offered an alternative appointment, but we cannot guarantee it will be on the same day.
Order your repeats Online CLICK HERE