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HomeVisit Requests - Please see our updated section on Home Visits (22/3/16).

Patients at Risk of Acute Renal Failure - People with mild and moderately low kidney function are at greater risk of developing kidney damage during periods of acute illness such as infections caused by flu or gastroenteritis.  Please click here for further information. 

When will my Prescription by ready?  - click here to see when your prescription will be ready for collection from the surgery or nominated pharmacy.

Cancel your appointment - Please help us improve our service by cancelling your appointment via:

  1. On-line -  Click   here  
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Newsletter - please click here  for our practice Newsletter.  

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Do I need an Antibiotic - Self Help

Do I need an Antibiotic?

Antibiotics are important medicines used to treat infections caused by bacteria.  They do not treat infections caused by viruses.  Viral infections are very common. They include all colds and flu, and many infections of the nose, sinuses, ears, throat and chest (coughs / bronchitis).  Please click on the link below for further information & self help leaflets which cover the most common areas.

Do I need an antibiotic Information Leaflet

Does my child need an antibiotic? Information leaflet

Self Help Leaflets

Acute Sinusitis - Self help information

Common Cold and Flu-like Illness - Self help information

Cough and Acute Bronchitis - Self help information

Sore Ear - Otitis Media - Self help information

Sore Throat - self help information

Caring for Children with a Cough Information leaflet



 
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