Increasingly practices ask us how others use askmyGP, so we have collected here examples with agreement to be in the public domain.
Please be aware that they are all busy GP practices so have not committed to answering in person an unlimited number of queries. They are all different in some respects from your practice, yet they all share common features of a registered list of patients whom the GPs are committed to serve.
They are all on a journey of change, which started with Pathfinder – could you be ready?
Concord Medical Practice – 14,500 suburban family practice, north of Bristol. SAPC poster.
Larwood Health Partnership – 32,500 large multisite town practice, Worksop. Video interview with Dr Steve Kell, on NHS England site.
Central Surgery Oadby – 8,700 suburban Leicester. Presentation given to the CCG. Webinar with Dr Chris Thompson Online Consults – Our (very short) Journey of Change
Balaam St Surgery – 5,600 East London practice, blog post of interview.
Burnbrae Medical Practice – 4,800 Shotts ex-mining community N Lanarks. Listen to Dr Sue Arnott on the webinar, skip to 29 mins: Online consults – what’s working and why?
Newarthill Medical Practice – 3,000 N Lanarks. Listen to Dr Ashish Vijayan on the webinar Exploding the myths of online consultations
Witley & Milford Surgeries – 11,200 rural Surrey, two sites. Dr Dave Triska @dave_dlt tweets as launch unfolds. This 45 minute recording could change your life: Witley and Milford launch, as it happens – Dave Triska interview.
Every practice will work out their own mode of operation, and with our help can seek to optimise effectiveness and efficiency. Each of the above sees between 30% and 80% of demand arriving online and their numbers are part of over 70,000 patient episodes managed through askmyGP in the first year of version 2.
This page is not for patients, who must find their own practice website to use askmyGP.