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Latest News

NHS Use of GP Data

Please see the new information tab to the right of this home page, entitled, "NHS extraction of GP Data". This details the changes in the way medical records can now be used by the NHS to plan services.


On-Line Patient Group

Please see the  Patient Group tab on the right hand side of our home page.

We encourage our patients to join this group and hopefully regularly give us their views and contribute to the practice's future policies.

Are you a carer?

Hartlepool carers operate a drop in service at the practice most Wednesdays from 12-2pm. For more information contact Hartlepool carers on 01429 283095

Health Promotion

Bankhouse Surgery is to host a Health Promotion event on Wednesday 14th September from 5pm - 6pm in the One Life. The purpose of this health promotion is to raise awareness of various cancer screening programmes offered by the NHS. The event will include a presentation from a member of Cancer Research UK and is open to all Bankhouse patients.

Bankhouse Surgery

The doctors and staff at Bankhouse Surgery in Hartlepool are proud to offer the highest standard of healthcare. We offer specialist clinics for the management of chronic diseases such as asthma and diabetes and a wide variety of other medical services including minor surgery, childhood and travel vaccinations, baby clinics and contraception and sexual health services.

This practice is very highly regarded regionally and is one of the leading training practices in the North East, working closely with Newcastle University and the Northern Deanery in the training of young doctors.

In addition to lots of information about the practice, the menu on the right hand side of this page allows you access to a wealth of NHS health-related information.

Please see link on right of this page, "Accessing the right treatment - Right Place Right Time, to ensure you access the correct NHS service for your particular problem.

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