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Sina Health Centre

230 Coppice Farm Way, New Invention, Willenhall, West Midlands, WV12 5XZ (01922) 710027

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Sina Health Centre

Latest inspection summary

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Our current view of the service


Updated 27 February 2024

We carried out an announced assessment of 1 quality statement, Equity of Access, under the key question Responsive at Sina Health Centre on the 13 March 2024. Responsive assessments are remote focused reviews to help us understand what practices are doing to try to meet patient demand and the current experience of people who use these services and of providers. The responsive key question is still rated as good. The service remains rated as good overall. We recognise the great and often innovative work that GP practices have been engaged in to continue to provide safe, quality care to the people they serve. We know colleagues are doing this while demand for general practice remains exceptionally high, with more appointments being provided than ever. In this challenging context, access to general practice remains a concern for people. These assessments of the quality statement Equity in Access in the responsive key question includes looking at what practices are doing to improve patient access to primary care and sharing this information to drive improvement. People can access services when they need to, without physical or digital barriers, including out of normal hours and in an emergency. People are given support to overcome barriers to ensure equal access. The practice understood the challenges to patient access and used feedback and other information to monitor and improve access.

People's experience of the service

Updated 27 February 2024

The GP patient survey data was in line with the with national average for 3 out of 4 indicators in relation to access. We recognise the pressure that practices are currently working under, and the efforts staff are making to maintain levels of access for their patients. At the same time, our strategy makes a commitment to deliver regulation driven by people’s needs and experiences of care. Although we saw the practice was attempting to improve access, this was not yet reflected in the GP patient survey data or other sources of patient feedback.