Dr Simpson said “Through word of mouth, donations from our patients and well-wishers, coffee mornings, bake sale, a quiz, a raffle and a charity concert, you have helped me raised £2,600 for the Bone Cancer Research Trust. This message is to give a particular thank you to the staff and patients at Parkside, who have been instrumental in helping me get to this amount.
Research done within the last decade meant my sister in law survived her bone cancer. Before that research, this would have been unlikely. This is just one example of how research benefits lives and I hope you can all join me in being extremely proud to have raised so much for such a good cause.”
GP surgeries and health centres across Milton Keynes participate in Protected Learning Time and during that “protected” afternoon when the surgery is closed to patients, staff members have an opportunity to participate in training and development activities.
Protected Learning Time is valued by all staff and is a benefit to patient care.
Parkside works with the Out-of-Hours services when we are closed for this Protected Learning Time.
The practice will be closed for Protected Learning Time which runs from 12.30pm to 5pm on the following dates:
May 24th 2018
June 20th 2018
July 19th 2018
September 19th 2018
October 18th 2018
November 21st 2018
January 24th 2019
February 20th 2019
March 21st 2019
If you are unwell and require medical assistance during this period of closure, please contact NHS 111.
Dr Simpson has taken on a group of students from Buckingham University, the students are in their first or second year will be coming to the surgery once a week to see Volunteer patients with certain conditions. If you would like to be involved please contact reception.
On the 15th March 2018 Parkside will be hosting a musical evening featuring songs from Mamma Mia. Door open at 7.30pm and tickets are only £5.00 in advance or £7.00 on the door all proceeds will be donated to Bone cancer research.
Afternoon tea will be available at an extra change. We also have a range of prizes to be won in our raffle.
Donating your pre-loved items to Willen Hospice can make a real difference.
Parkside are proud to have a Donation Drop off Point in our entrance foyer.
We are pleased to accept donations of adult and children’s clothing, shoes, handbags and bedding Even if your items are damaged or unsaleable for any reason, we can still generate income by recycling them. Shoes, handbags and Jewelry.
You can now access general practice appointments on weekday evenings and weekends, at several locations in Milton Keynes.
To find out more download the News ways to access GP Services Leaflet.