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THE SURGERY IS CLOSED FOR STAFF TRAINING FROM 12PM - 5PM ON WEDNESDAY 25/11/2020




During this COVID Pandemic how you access the surgery and see your Doctor/Nurse has changed please click here for more information. 


PLEASE WEAR A MASK OR FACE COVERING TO ANY APPOINTMENT.




If you have symptoms associated with coronavirus including a new continuous cough and a high temperature, you are advised to stay at home for 10 days.


Do not book a GP appointment or attend your GP Practice.


If your symptoms are serious, or get worse, NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need further medical help and advise you what to do. 


Only call 119 if you cannot go online, or are advised to do so by the online service.  For the latest Covid-19 advice please visit www.nhs.uk/coronavirus


The surgery see's patients with long term conditions who could be extremely vulnerable.


We advise EVERYONE to check latest information and advice regarding the recent Coronavirus outbreak shared here (item 02).


If you need help support with domestic violence/ abuse during these unprecendted times please check here.


If you're struggling with anxiety/mental health issues during social isolation; you can contact the new 24 hour mental health emergency number:


0300 303 3972 


Please note our privacy notice has been added to during the pandemic you can check this here.


 




Online consultation is the best way to contact your GP whilst the social isolation measures are in place:


Please click here if you would like an online consultation.





 

Water/Faecal/Sputum samples should be brought to the surgery when requested only, and must be brought to the surgery before 11.45am, as they need to be processed and labelled for our lab collection and 12.00pm.

If you are a female with a suspected urinary tract infection, you can be treated by the pharmacy first service, so long as you are/have not:

  • Under 18
  • Over 65
  • Pregnant or breastfeeding 
  • Feverish or are feeling unwell
  • Confused or dehydrated
  • Received treatment in the previous 3 months

If you are male with a suspected urinary tract infection, or are female and any of the above apply, please contact our reception team, we will also likely request you provide a sample.

 
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