Practice Managers

 

The overall remit of the LMC is to represent NHS GPs. However, Londonwide LMCs also actively supports the practice team who are central to the smooth running of increasingly busy practices.  With the shift to GP commissioning and a continued increase in complex administrative and financial tasks, many practices are employing Practice Managers or Practice Manager Partners. 

As part of our support to Practice Managers, we provide:

  • Regular e-communications and a monthly newsletter - these communications are often heavy with important information rgearding the management of a practice in today's NHS
  • Dedicated training via out Leanring Education and Development (LEAD) programme
  • A GP Support Service, which is on hand to help practices with a range of practice issues including: payments, premises, contracts and disputes
  • Communications and marketing advice from a specialist team of media experts - we can help you deal with crisis communications, marketing your practice, media issues and much more.

Risk Management in General Practice – essential LEAD event for Practice Managers - 12 June 2013

Our LEAD (Learning Education and Development) annual programme is proving to be a huge success. We have already sold out two events this year on contraception for Practice Nurses and improving customer care in General Practice for GPs and practice staff. Our next event “Risk Management in General...

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Premises update - 12 June 2013

Last month Londonwide LMCs hosted a meeting between Neil McElduff, CEO Community Health Partnerships (CHP), and Ian Brown, Interim London Lead Manager, NHS Property Services (Prop Co) in response to the changing accountability for NHS Estates. Both companies are keen to continue liaising with us, which means we will be...

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Delayed payments to practices - 12 June 2013

Londonwide LMCs has been receiving an increasing number of complaints from practices about delayed or missed payments, frustration about getting hold of people to answer queries at NHS England (NHSE), difficulties in identifying the nature or source of each payment and difficulties interpreting Open Exeter statements. We have met with...

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