Welcome to Stenhouse Medical Centre website
Our Mission Statement
We aim to provide our patients with high quality, accessible care in a responsive, courteous manner.
Quality – We work within the framework of NHS Primary Care Services to provide high quality care and respond to the needs of all our patients.
Respect - We aim to treat all our patients with courtesy, dignity and respect at all times.
Support - We aim to inform and support patients and empower them to make their own decisions, so as to improve and maintain their own health.
Promote best practice - We promote evidence based practice and adapt this to deliver holistic patient care. We always encourage communication, education and professional development among all members of the practice team.
Patient centred – Our wish is to consider our patients in everything we do and to balance the needs of the individual and the practice population. We aim to achieve this day to day in the unpredictable General Practice environment.
Responsive – We encourage a culture which is innovative, forward looking and adaptable. With this in mind we always welcome and consider feedback from patients and staff. We will respond to your feedback if you request this.
As well as a source of information about our practice, the staff and the services we provide, we hope you will use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information.
Please have a look around and send us some feedback if you would like to. We can use your ideas to improve our online services and further develop the content of this site
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(Site updated 18/11/2016)