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WE ARE OPEN Good Friday 10th April & Bank Holiday Monday 13th April


HALF DAY CLOSURE 


Tuesday 28th April 2020


If you need URGENT medical attention call



The GP Out of Hours Service NHS 111


CORONAVIRUS


If you have travelled from China or have been in contact with someone confirmed as having Coronavirus in the last two weeks, you may be at risk of Coronavirus. Please do NOT leave the house. Instead, ring 111 if: You have been in China in the last 14 days and develop cough, fever or shortness of breath; or You have been in Wuhan or Hubei Province in the last 14 days or have been in contact with someone confirmed as having Coronavirus, even if you feel well



If you need a sick note regarding self-isolation due to Covid-19, please be advised that the government has set up a new service for ‘self-isolation’ notes that can be accessed online. Please use the following link <https://111.nhs.uk/isolation-note>.



You do NOT need a note from your GP. Please help the surgery by only contacting us for more urgent needs such as if you require an appointment. Thank you.


 

In-House Services

In-House INR (Warfarin) Monitoring

We now have a new service to monitor Warfarin levels at the practice.  We we will be contacting patients taking Warfarin to offer Warfarin testing at the practice.  The lead nurse for this service is Liz Griffin.  Clinics are on a Tuesday and Friday morning.  Should you wish to enquire about this service please do not hesitate to contact us at the surgery.

 

Minor Injury Service

We offer a same day service for patients who have had a minor injury.  We will fit patients in for minor trauma and wounds on the same day to avoid the need to go to A&E such as:

  • Bruises
  • Following recent injury of a severity non suitable to simple domestic first aid
  • Following recent injury where it is suspected stitches may be required
  • Folling blows to the head where there has been no loss of consciousness
  • Recent eye injury
  • Minor burns or scalds involving broken skin
  • Foreign bodies superficially embedded in tissues
  • Minor trauma to hands, limbs or feet
  • Suture (stitch) removal following a visit to A&E or minor operation at the surgery

 

Minor Illness

The problem with "minor illnesses" is that they can make you feel quite ill and miserable.  Fortunately most get better without the help of a doctor or nurse.

  • Coughs, Cold, Sticky Eyes and Running Noses
  • Diarrhoea & Vomiting 
  • Hayfever
  • Sore Throat
  • Strains & Sprains
  • Backpain

 

REMEMBER:

  • Your local pharmacist is a great source of help and advice as is the NHS website at www.nhs.uk
  • Make sure you have a good supply of paracetamol or ibuprofen from your pharmacy or supermarket
  • Most illnesses get better with time and self treatment, but colds can last for 2 weeks

 

If you need further help with any of the illnesses above, speak to the reception team before making an appointment

 

Over 65's and Long Term Health Problems

We offer a comprehensive nurse led service for patients with stable long term conditions.  This includes advice and monitoring for patients with:

  • High Blood Pressure
  • Diabetes
  • Kidney Disease
  • Asthma
  • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary (Lung) Disease
  • Heart Conditions (including stable angina, heart failure and atrial fibrillation)
  • Following a stroke (CVA or TIA)
  • Influenza and pneumonia immunisation
  • Epilepsy
  • Thyroid Disease
  • Osteoporosis
  • Other illnesses including some neurological, stomach, liver and joint conditions

 

We also use our community District Nurses and Community Matron to deliver similar services for the genuinely housebound.

Please ensure you have your routine reviews with one of our nurse team.  If you or the nurse thinks your condition has deteriorated or  you are ill, you will need to see one of the doctors.

 



 
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