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Friday Appointment changes

We are changing how our appointment system operates on a Friday. For more information on this, please click the "Appointments" tab at the top of the page and select "Friday appointment changes".


Vaccine update 25/11/19

 

Vaccines are now available for Adult Flu, Child Flu* and shingles for those who are eligible.

*Please note there is a limited availablitly of stock for Child Flu at present and therefore, children who have missed this vaccine in school will only be offered it here if they fall into an "at risk" category. We should have an update on this situation by the New Year for children who are not "at risk".

Please call the surgery to arrange an appointment at one of our clinics on the usual number 01505 863223.


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Next Public Holiday is Wednesday the 25th of December and Thursday the 26th of December 2019.


Please see our "Latest news" tab for new info on our Monday Evening Surgery and also to view our updated house call protocol.

Pharmacy First

Go to your Pharmacy First!

Due to new guidelines, your GP is no longer the first port of call for urine infections. Pharmacy First will provide new treatment pathways for patients with uncomplicated urinary tract infections in women aged 16-65 years under Patient Group Directions (PGDs).

Patients have been able to access this new service from 4th December 2017 at their local community pharmacy.

This will help to improve access for people requiring assessment and treatment for these conditions, reduce pressure on GP practices and the out-of-hours services and maximise the skills of the pharmacist.

You will need to attend the pharmacy to have your symptoms assessed in order to get the right advice, treatment or referral as appropriate. You should be aware there are some exceptions which can prevent your pharmacist from treating you and you may need to be referred to your GP.

For further information please click here.



 
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