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Help Yourself to Health Day 2017

We would like to thank the PPG WI Stall Holders and all patients who attended our Open Day.  We feel it was a great success.


Xmas Bank Holiday Closures

 The surgery will be closed on

Christmas Day Monday 25th December 2017

Boxing Day Tuesday 26th December 2017

New Years Day Monday 1st January 2018


DNA Results for the Surgery in the Last Quarter

April- June 2017 DNA Results


Transfer of Services on a Tuesday From 1st April 2017

Transfer of Services to Alderton on a Tuesday 


Staff Meetings

The surgery doors will be closed for a staff meeting on Thursday 2nd November 2017 between 13.30-16.00


GP & Staff Training Dates

 

GP Closure Days 

The surgery will be closed from 13.00 until the following morning.

All calls will automatically be redirected to NHS 111

This is to enable all staff to be updated and is essential for patient care and for the benefit of all of our patients.


 

 NHS Go Logo  NHS Go - New Health App for Young People

NHS Go is the new way to get 24/7 instant access to information that can help you take control of your health.

The App is anonymous, confidential and can be downloaded for iOS and Android or you can take a look online:    

www.nhsgo.uk


 

 How to manage your conditions and help the NHS

Click here for more information

 

 


VirtTuri

Your first point of call for coping with coughs, colds, sore throat and flu - get the answers you need 24/7.

Dr Matthew Piccaver may be able to answer some of your questions about coughs, colds, sore throats and the flu. That way, you can manage your symptoms more effectively and can understand when you should book an appointment with your GP.

It is available on your mobile, on your tablet or on your PC so wherever you are when you have a question, that question can be answered.

VirtTuri

 

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