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The NHS has started inviting people aged 45 and over for a coronavirus vaccination.  If you receive an invite from the National Booking Service, you can book directly with them, or we will be in touch when we have appointments available.To contact you for an appointment for your Covid Vaccine, it would help us greatly if you could make sure we have your up to date mobile phone number. You will be sent a text asking you to book an appointment which, if you have a smartphone, you will be able to do from your phone. You will only be asked to enter your date of birth to make the booking. If you receive a text and do not book an appointment someone representing the practice will call you to offer an appointment.  There are specific guidelines around who takes priority for the vaccine, which we will be following. There are some scams going round, so please beware you will never be asked for any bank/card details from anyone representing our practice.

Coronavirus guidance   Do not attend the Surgery if you have any possible symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) the most common of which are a recent onset of a new continuous cough and/or high temperature, even if you have an appointment. Click this link https://111.nhs.uk/covid-19 for further information

If you have a face to face appointment with a Doctor or Nurse, please wear a face covering when you attend the appointment. Thank you

If you request a Doctors appointment, the Doctor will phone you back, and decide with you if you need to be seen. Do not attend the surgery unless you have an appointment arranged by the Doctor or Nurse. If an appointment for the nurse has been made in advance, please do not attend if you develop symptoms by the time of the appointment

Due to the increased workload, please allow 72 hours from ordering to collecting medication and please note the front door will be closed between 1pm & 1.30pm for cleaning

You can continue to collect medication (please do not order too early) from the surgery but we are relying on our patients to self-isolate and not attend the surgery if they have any cough/breathing/respiratory symptoms, fever or flu/cold like symptoms. If you have any of these symptoms please ask someone else to attend the surgery if you have any medication to collect.

ONLINE MEDICATION ORDERING  If you wish to write a message to dispensary when you order medication, please write it in the box on the second page, beneath the list of medication you have ordered, not the first page (as this deletes the list of medication you want). Thank you

Medication reviews. In future on your repeat prescription list, if there is a message in bold print, please take note of it as it will be a message for you personally. (The automatic message has been removed). We are reviewing how medication reviews are carried out and you may note your review date may have been changed.

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Hello and welcome to our website.  We’ve packed it full of useful information in a very easy to use format with the added benefit of several online functions. If you’re new to the area, have a look at our opening times, download a registration form and come and see us.

CORONAVIRUS: PLEASE FOLLOW ALL GOVERNMENT UPDATES IN LIGHT OF THIS EVER CHANGING SITUATION

Depression and Anxiety Service

Is the way that you are feeling affecting your daily life? Are you struggling to cope, feeling low, worrying more than usual, or finding it hard to get a good night’s sleep? TALKWORKS is a free, NHS talking therapy service that is here to help you in Devon. They are open and can offer a range of telephone and digital therapies which you can conveniently access from home. Please call them on 0300 555 33 44 or visit https://www.talkworks.dpt.nhs.uk/

Your Health in Safe Hands

The team are here to provide all patients with a professional and caring healthcare experience in friendly and personal surroundings. With discretion and confidentiality guaranteed your welfare is safe, secure and in good hands.

Exercise: the impact on health and wellbeing

parkrun is open to all, including those who are inactive or have health conditions or disabilities. It is a free weekly event for all ages from 4+. The nearest parkrun is at Tamar Lakes (see link below). Taking part is easy: register once on the parkrun website, print off your personal barcode and head down to Tamar Lakes every Saturday morning at 9am. 

http://www.parkrun.org.uk/tamarlakes/

Whether you want to improve your fitness, make new friends, cope with health problems, learn new skills or simply be outside with others, parkrun has a positive impact on health and wellbeing, mentally and physically, and changes lives.

For further information contact our Practice Nurses Sue or Rachael

Ready to make a change?

OneSmallStep is a free service to support you to improve your health and wellbeing. They can help you maintain a healthy weight, get more active, cut down on alcohol and quit smoking. They offer telephone coaching, online support and a free mobile app, Rally. Speak to one of their specialist advisors today on 01392 908 139

https://www.onesmallstep.org.uk/

Travel Health

Before you see the nurse regarding travel vaccinations, please click on this link

https://www.janechiodini.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/1.-Travel-risk-assessment-form-2017.pdf

to download the form, complete it as much as you are able and bring it with you to your appointment

Bereavement

For information and support

https://www.cruse.org.uk/bereavement-services/get-help

 

 

 

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