Seasonal health: how to cope in hot weather

Most of us welcome hot weather, but when it’s too hot, there are health risks. During heatwaves, more people than usual get seriously ill. Make sure hot weather does not harm you or anyone you know.

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Flu Vaccine Booking

We will shortly be contacting our patients to book for their flu vaccinations. We expect that this will create large […]

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Closure of the Prescription Phone Line

From the 14th of August, our prescription phone line will be closing and you will no longer be able to […]

3 Reasons not to miss your appointment

Help other patients. – If you book an appointment but don’t attend, another patient will miss out!

MMR and Measles

Since the introduction of the measles vaccine in 1968 it is estimated that 20 million measles cases and 4,500 deaths […]

What to do when someone has a tonic-clonic seizure: CARE

Find more resources to help you learn seizure first aid at www.epilepsy.org.uk/care Epilepsy Action has a range of resources covering […]

NHS Low Income Scheme

We wanted to ensure that you’re aware of the following support for local people on a low income via the […]

Cervical Screening

Our practice is proud to support the NHS Cervical Screening (smear test) Programme. If you’ve been invited for cervical screening, we […]

Help Us Help You: Act F.A.S.T

A stroke is a medical emergency that requires immediate medical attention, so recognising the signs of stroke and calling 999 for an ambulance is crucial.

The sooner somebody who is having a stroke gets urgent medical attention, the better their chances of a good recovery.