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Pfizer/BioNTech jab safe for children aged five to 11
20 Sep 2021 12:57
The positive trial results could pave the way for vaccinating children younger than 12, if approved.
Covid vaccination begins for UK 12 to 15 year olds
20 Sep 2021 13:39
It is part of the drive to get more people protected ahead of winter as the pandemic continues.
Early baby therapy could reduce autism diagnoses
20 Sep 2021 17:08
Video training for parents could improve communication with their infants, a small study suggests.
Folic acid to be added to UK flour to help prevent birth defects
20 Sep 2021 12:54
It is estimated that fortifying flour with folic acid could prevent up to 200 birth defects a year.
Experts warn of identical pills containing different drugs in the UK
20 Sep 2021 13:11
Drugs charity The Loop found four 'pharaoh' pills in Manchester contained different substances.
Ronapreve: 'Most vulnerable' to get new Covid drug next week
17 Sep 2021 20:56
Antibody therapy Ronapreve, given to Donald Trump, will be given to eligible NHS patients in hospital.
Help Us To Help You
Read the notices posted in the surgery
Make sure that you know the surgery opening times
Keep your appointment or cancel it - it is practice policy to remove patients from the list if they repeatedly miss appointments without advising us in advance
Take a friend or relative with you if necessary, or make a list of things to discuss
Ask the receptionist if you think you may need more than 10 minutes with the doctor - she may be able to arrange this
Think twice before making an appointment - do you really need to see a doctor:
Could you see a nurse or healthcare assistant instead?
Have you tried simple home treatments?
Have you asked NHS Direct?
Have you asked your local chemist for advice?
You may express a preference for a specific GP but please note that you may then have to wait longer for an appointment.
Remember that telephone appointments can be used to discuss blood test and x-ray results, also some sick notes
Find out how we deal with complaints and compliments. Please ask the receptionist for details of our complaints procedure or ask to discuss any unresolved problems with Jenny Morris, our business manager
When visiting the surgery, please remember to:
Give your name to the receptionist on arrival
Ask the receptionists for a Lifestyle Update Questionnaire to complete if you have not done this for a while - this helps us to ensure we can provide you with the best possible level of care
Turn off your mobile phone
Show consideration and respect for other people in the waiting room
Let the receptionist know if you are concerned about the length of time you have waited to see the doctor or nurse