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BANK HOLIDAY - MONDAY 25TH MAY 2020
The surgery will be closed and will reopen Tuesday 26th May at 8am.


PLEASE BE AWARE THAT AS PER GUIDANCE FROM NHS ENGLAND, ANY ONLINE APPOINTMENTS WILL NOW BE TELEPHONE APPOINTMENTS AND NOT FACE TO FACE WITH A CLINICIAN. IF YOU REQUIRE A FACE TO FACE APPOINTMENT, PLEASE CONTACT THE SURGERY.

Coronavirus Update

Please do not book a GP appointment or attend if you or anyone you live with has symptoms of Coronavirus which include but are not limited to a cough, fever, aches or shortness of breath.

You must immediately:

  • Stay indoors and self isolate for 7 days.
  • Check NHS 111 online for how to manage your symptoms.
  • Ring NHS 111 if you find your symptoms are not manageable or change

You can complete the NHS 111 symptom checker here.

You can find more information on how to manage symptoms, isolating and social distancing here.

 


Repeat prescription requests are no longer accepted by phone.  Use the online service, post or request in person.

 

Are you at risk of developing Diabetes?

Most often you won't get any symptoms with diabetes. It can take up to 10 years for the person with high glucose levels to start having symptoms and be diagnosed. Diabetes UK have developed a Risk Assessment Tool to help with screening for diabetes.

Please find the assessment sheet and supporting information below. Please contact the surgery if you have questions or if your risk is high.

You can't use this tool: 1. If you are in the 40-74 year age range, please make appointment for the NHS Health                                                Check 
                                  2. If you are pregnant, contact your midwife/Doctor
                                  3. If you are under 18, contact your Doctor.

Diabetes Risk assessment Tool
Health Life Activity Advice from Diabetes UK
Healthy Diet Advice From Diabetes UK

Waist circumference measurement: you need to start at the top of your hip bone and go around your waist. Make sure it's not too tight and relax!

Calculate your BMI here or Click here to download iPhone App



 
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