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Letter from partners



This is the link to the latest patient survey results

we were very pleased at the outcomes of the recent patient survey results which rated us 9th in Merseyside. This is the link to the report in the Liverpool Echo



All GP practices have to offer these surveys to patients. There are forms available at both sites and we do use text messaging to canvass opinion. Attached is a summary to 31 March 2016. Mant thanks to all participants

Friends and Family

MEAN GP EARNINGS (see latest news)

"All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

 The average pay for GPs working at Aintree Park Group Practice  in the last financial year, 2015/16 was £ 47,019  before tax and National Insurance. 

This is for 3  full time GPs, 8  part time GPs and 2  locum GPs who worked in the practice for more than 6 months.”


By 31 March 2016 all patients must have an  accountable GP.  You will be advised of this directly when you visit the Practice but you can contact us for notification of your GP 


We have had our CQC inspection. Follow this link in latest news 




You have been giving us feedback on this, he results so far have been very positive  and we are grateful fo this. Please keep telling us as it helps us to identify any problem areas. Details of the feedback to date is shown below

 Friends and family feedback


This was featured on a recent Panorama programme. Find out more about this via this link




The results of this are now published. See the link below to find how we faired. Many thanks to those of you who were selected to participate


You may be aware all practices are now required to provide all their patients with a named GP.

We, like many practices, have always favoured an ‘open’ list system whereby patients choose who they want to see and there are no restrictions on who they are able to see.

In reality, most patients choose their ‘favoured GP’ for certain problems and are happy to see anyone where an on-going follow up is not as important. 

With good up to date notes, catching up with what’s been going on is fairly straight forward.

In our practice, we all have different personalities which will suit different patients. 

We would want patient’s choice to carry on, so really nothing has changed.

 This does not prevent you from seeing any GP in the practice as you currently do.

You do not need to take any further action, but if you have any questions, or wish to discuss this further with us, please contact us on 0151 295 8350 or email


Partnership and GP changes

We are delighted to have Dr Jane Roberts join the practice as our new partner. Jane has a wealth of experience and is also acts as Clinical Lead for Children & Young People's Mental Health & Emotional Well-being for Liverpool CCG

Jane will replace Dr Cathy Hubbert who will cease as a partner at the practice from 31st May. However we are delighted that  Cathy will remain with us as a GP. Cathy is one of the founding members of Aintree Park and has seen the practice develop over the last 30 years. What the Practice is today is in no small part down to Cathy's vision, drive and determination. 

 We have also been joined by Dr Joanne Reeve who is an associate professor at Warwick University.

Dr Helen Spencer, who was previously our registrar,  joined us in August



The Care Quality commission regulates all GP practices. We will shortly have an inspection from them and we will publicise the result. In the meantime the link below will take you to more information about CQC


Friends and family test now available see link on right

This is now a requirement of all GP practices. it is an opportunity for patients to feedback in relation to how they feel they are treated at the Practice. If we have your mobile number we will text you after each appointment for feedback. Forms are available at both surgeries and you can use this website to record feedback.

 summary of friends and family








This can be used by NHS to improve services offered. This information with your postcode and NHS number, BUT NOT YOUR NAME, are sent to a secure system. This allows those planning NHS services or carrying out medical research to use information in a way that does not identify you.

You do have a choice. See attached for further information. If you would like to opt out please complete the attached opt out letter and hand it in to the practice








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