Patients in Hull to benefit from new GP super-partnership

20-03-2017

Large_nhs_gp_laycock_st_gp_consult_171-10773

In an exciting new development, four GP practices in Hull are joining together to create a new division of a GP super-partnership called Modality Partnership.

The group of Hull practices include Faith House Surgery, New Hall Surgery, Newland Group Medical Practice and Springhead Medical Centre. All practices are fully committed to NHS values and providing excellent care to their registered patients. This formal change will be effective from 1 April 2017

In the future there will be service developments to help improve access to appointments at GP surgeries. Modality Partnership are part of an NHS England national programme, set up to transform care patients receive from their GP practice. This includes offering more care services closer to home.  It is expected that patients and staff will benefit from these changes and help to secure the future of our GP services in Hull

Dr Ros Davies, GP and lead for the new division of Modality Partnership said:  “This is a fantastic opportunity for us to make a real difference, leading the way in shaping new models of care for our patients

By being a part of a larger group of GP practices, we can realistically achieve our goals and deliver excellent patient care for all.

This will help us to improve access and care for all of our patients and to create sustainable GP services that are fit for the future.

We have chosen to work with Modality Partnership as they share our same ethos and vision for the future of patient care and GP led services.

We are consulting with our staff on what will be changing in the future. And we are keen to hear from our patients and stakeholders and we will be inviting them to meet with us to discuss our plans in the coming weeks.”

View All