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The Surgery will be closed on the following dates for staff training from 12:30

Wednesday 18th September 2019

Thursday 17th October 2019

Thursday 14th November 2019

Wednesday 15th January 2020

Tuesday 11th February 2020

Wednesday 18th March 2020 


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St Andrews Transfers to SystemOne:

St Andrews Surgery has decided to move to a new clinical and administrative software package to bring us in to line with the majority of the health service providers in Hull.

SystemOne has been developed with continuous clinical input and has been operational as a single, remotely managed solution for 20 years. It has the world's biggest online database, standing at 1.7 petabytes. Their goal is simple – to provide the recognisably best clinical system and service, in order to deliver their vision of truly integrated healthcare.

Uniquely designed from the outset as a secure centralised system, SystmOne is an innovative software solution. With modules for every healthcare setting from primary care to hospitals, social care and mental health, SystmOne provides clinicians and health professionals with a single shared Electronic Health Record (EHR) available in real time at the point of care.

With SystemOne, patient data can be shared securely across services—promoting efficiency and standardisation. Most importantly it enables services to improve the patient experience and deliver safer patient care.

As a complete clinical and administrative solution, SystmOne helps services fully digitalise healthcare and work innovatively

Unfortunately, the transfer to this new clinical system will result in our existing on-line service being withdrawn from Friday 17th May until you re-register for the new service at the practice. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by the move to this new clinical system.

Please visit the practice after Tuesday 21st May to re-register for our new on-line service.

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