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The Surgery will close at 1pm for Training purposes on:

Wednesday 25th September 2019

Thursday 28th November 2019

Wednesday 22nd January 2020

Wednesday 26th February 2020

Thursday 2nd April 2020

Wednesday 13th May 2020

 

 

 

 

Practice Holidays - 2019

 

 

Monday 27th May 2019

 

 

 

Monday 26th Aug 2019

 

Tuesday 24th Dec 2019 – from 1pm

Wednesday 25th Dec 2019

Thursday 26th Dec 2019

 

Wednesday 1st Jan 2020

 


 Out of Hours

After 6.00pm each evening and at weekends, the practice is covered for emergencies by South Eastern HSS Trust.

Please contact GP OOH 02891822344

All calls will be recorded.

Home Visits

A request for a home visit should be made before 10.00am. Home visits are made on the basis of clinical need, for patients who are too frail to come to the surgery.

 

Swine Flu Information

 

WHAT CAN I DO TO PROTECT MYSELF AND OTHERS AGAINST FLU?

The best thing you can do to protect yourself is to follow good hygiene practices. These will help to slow the spread of the virus and will be the single most effective thing you can do to protect yourself and others from infection.

When you cough or sneeze it is especially important to follow the rules of good hygiene to prevent the spread of germs:

1. Always carry tissues

2. Use clean tissues to cover your mouth and nose when you cough and sneeze.

3. Bin the tissues after one use.

4. Wash your hands with soap and hot water or a sanitiser gel often.

There's a simple way to remember this:

CATCH IT, BIN IT, KILL IT.

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE JUST RETURNED FROM MEXICO OR AN AFFECTED COUNTRY AND I THINK I MIGHT HAVE SWINE FLU?

1. STAY AT HOME

2. CHECK YOUR SYMPTOMS ON WWW.NHS.UK IF POSSIBLE

CALL THE SWINE FLU INFORMATION LINE ON  0800 1 513 513

If you have taken these steps and are still concerned, call your GP. Or you can call 0800 0514 142  in Northern Ireland they will give you advice on your symptoms and the next steps you should take. 

Do not go into your GP surgery of local accident and emegency department unless ou are advised to do so or you are seiously ill, beacuse you might spread the illness to others Ask a flu friend to go out for you.



 
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