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New Covid-19 definition : https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

DO NOT ATTEND THE SURGERY IF YOU HAVE A NEW COUGH OR FEVER even if have booked an appointment.  Follow the link above for instruction on how to self-isolate and ask for help. 

You may telephone the Practice but the phone lines are very busy, we are sorry for any delay in answering.

Covid-19 is minor illness for most of us. It may be more serious for older patients with medical conditions.  Please help us to help them during this outbreak.

 

                                                                                                   NOTICE TO PATIENTS

Following the latest Government Guidelines we will be running a reduced service until further notice in order to reduce the amount of patients entering the practice on a daily basis.

Available Services:

Services not available:

        GP Telephone Consultations

   Face to Face Consultations if invited by GP
 

        Nurse Telephone Consultations

  

   Nurse Face to Face Consultations

      Video consultations with some staff

        Necessary Travel Consultations

        High Risk Cervical Screening

        Contraception Appointments

        Some wound dressings

        B12 Injections

        Essential Medication Monitoring

   Blood Tests

        Anti-psychotic Medication injections

      

        Denosumab Injections

         Prostap/Zoladex Injections

         Childhood Immunisations

         8 week mother and baby check (to replace the 6 week check)

       Long Term Condition Reviews      

       NHS Health Checks

       Hypertension Reviews

       Routine Blood Pressure Checks (we encourage patients with blood pressure concerns to self-monitor at home)

       Spirometry

       Routine Doppler Testing

 

These measures are necessary to safeguard our most vulnerable patients.

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