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As lockdown eases and tourism begins to reopen around the UK, many patients will be wondering what they need to do to stay safe. The BMA have produced a simple guidance poster to help patients mitigate risks and stay safe on their holiday.

Social Prescribing

Social Prescribing Leaflet

Please see the above leaflet for information on the new social prescribing scheme. If you think it's something that could help you please speak to one of our GP's who can make a referral for you.

Heat Healthwatch

The Heat Healthwatch system has been back in operation since 1 June 2020 (and will run until 15 September 2020).  In addition to the usual Heatwave Plan, there are some additional leaflets and posters for use in relation to COVID also available on this webpage:


For patients concerned that they may have coronavirus or may have come into contact with someone who has, the NHS 111 online service has created coronavirus pages that tell patients what they should do based on their particular circumstances. These can be accessed at:

Community Blood Test Clinics During The COVID Outbreak

Community Blood Test Clinic Information

Please see the above leaflet for information on when you can attend for a blood test at the community clinics. PLEASE NOTE that all blood tests are now APPOINTMENT ONLY as all walk-in services are currently closed to aid with social distancing.

June Birthday Annual Nurse Reviews

June Birthday Review Poster

Cervical Screening


Extended Primary Care Services

Bowel Screening


Easy Guide Bowel Cancer Screening

Reducing Risk Bowel Cancer Booklet

Fit Notes (Self Certifications)

Self Certification is a way to prove that you were ill or injured and need to take time off work to recover. Not all employers ask their employees to self-certify on their return - a fit note is usually enough to prove you were unwell. 

Active Families

What happens when you are refered by your GP to see a specialist

Patients are able to view or access their medical records. Click here for more information

We value your feedback - take the Friends & Family Test

Have your say - join our Patient participation Group

Our Patient Participation report

New service for patients

The NHS has introduced a new service for people who are more at risk of an unplanned hospital admission in an emergency situation and who would benefit from more tailored, active support from their GP surgery. We believe personal care planning could help improve your health and wellbeing, as well as help to reduce the risk of unplanned hospital admissions

For more information about this service please speak to your registered Doctor.

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