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Advice for patients who have been prescribed an Emerade auto-injectors
Annual infection control statement University Medical Practice 2023
Annual infection control statement Whitley Villa Surgery 2023
PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE SURGERY IF YOU HAVE RETURNED FROM UGANDA OR WEST AFRICA IN THE LAST 21 DAYS AND HAVE DEVELOPED ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS:
- Temperature of 37.5
- Body aches
DO NOT COME TO THE PRACTICE, CALL 111 OR THE SURGERY FOR ADVICE
Annual Infection Control Statement 2022 University Health Centre
Annual Infection Control Statement 2022 Whitley Villa Surgery
Annual infection control statement University Medical Practice 2021
Annual infection control statement Whitley Villa Surgery 2021
The collection of GP Data for Planning and Research in England has been deferred from 1 July to 1 September 2021. More information about how your data is being used by NHS Digital and how to opt out is available here General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR) - NHS Digital. We hope you find this information useful and that you will choose not to opt out of sharing your data.
Data extraction for pandemic planning and research
Electronic prescriptions poster
Annual infection control statement University Medical Practice 2020
Annual infection control statement Whitley Villa Surgery 2020
Faulty Emerade Adrenaline Autoinjectors – advice for patients from the MHRA
Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT): Further Information On The Known Increased Risk Of Breast Cancer
Annual Infection control statement for University of Reading Medical Practice 2019
Annual Infection control Audit for Whitley Villa 2019
Over half our population is affected by the menopause, so let’s talk about it more!
Sarah Jackson is our practice lead nurse on this subject, if you would like further advice on this please contact our reception team to book an appointment with her. https://rockmymenopause.com/
Patient Survey Results
Prescribing of over the counter medications is changing.
Your GP, nurse or pharmacist will not generally give you a prescription for over the counter medicines for a range of minor health concerns. Instead, over the counter medicines are available to buy in a pharmacy or supermarket in your local community. The team of health professionals at your local pharmacy can offer help and clinical advice to manage minor health concerns and if your symptoms suggest it’s more serious, they’ll ensure you get the care you need. Please help the NHS to use resources sensibly. Please find attached a leaflet with more information attached here and a link to an easy read leaflet here..
NHS Extended Hours Poster
Extended GP access during evenings and weekends
Urgent field safety notice
Measles outbreak: what to do
React to Red - Information about pressure ulcers
Tuberculosis and its Diagnosis Leaflet
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