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We have a vacancy for an apprentice administrator - click this link for more information!

2017 Flu Clinic dates have now been released - check out the link on the right!

The surgery will be closed on the afternoon of Wednesday 8th November and Wednesday 13th December 2017 for staff training. Should you require urgent medical attention that cannot wait until the surgery is open, please call 111.

The online registration for Children's Centres is now live www.kent.gov.uk/childrenscentres

http://www.healthhelpnow -nhs.net/

Health Help Now is time and location sensitive, which means that whatever time of day or night and wherever the user is, the user can see where their nearest service is and what the opening hours are. Users can find details of services such as their GP practice, nearest pharmacy, walk-in-centre, and minor injuries unit to name a few. The web-app also gives phone numbers to a range of helplines, such as DentaLine, the Dementia Helpline and HopeLineUK, for teenagers with suicidal thoughts. 

Self Care Guidance for Patients http://bma.org.uk/working-for-change/improving-and-protecting-health/self-care

Kingsnorth Medical Practice

 

Equality & Diversity Statement

  

Kingsnorth Medical Practice believes fairness, equity and above all values diversity in all dealings, both as provider of health services and employers of the people.

Kingsnorth Medical Practice is committed to eliminating discrimination on the basis of gender, age, disability, race, religion, sexuality or social class. We aim to provide accessible services, delivered in a way that respects the needs of each individual and does not exclude anyone. By demonstrating these beliefs the Practice ensures that it develops a healthcare workforce that is diverse, non discriminatory and appropriate to deliver modern healthcare.

 Kingsnorth Medical Practice intends to embed its equality and diversity values into every day practice, policies and procedures so that equality and diversity becomes the norm for all.

 Equality is not about treating everyone the same, it is about ensuring that access to opportunities are available to all by taking account of people’s differing needs and capabilities.

 

 

 

Diversity is about recognising and valuing differences through inclusion, regardless of age, disability, gender, racial origin, religion, belief, sexual orientation, commitments outside work, part-time or shift work, language, union activity, HIV status, perspectives, opinions and person values etc. Kingsnorth Medical Practice supports working towards developing a workforce that is representative of the community it serves.

 

 

 

The point of contact for the Practice for any enquiries relating to Equality and Diversity is:-

 

 

 

Nicola Flisher

 

Practice Manager

 
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