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LATE MAY BANK HOLIDAY OPENING TIMES


Friday 25/05/18 (normal hours) 8:30am - 18:30pm


Saturday 26/05/18 8:30am - 10:10am Emergency Clinic


Sunday 27/05/18 CLOSED ALL DAY


Bank Holiday Monday 28/05/18 CLOSED ALL DAY


Tuesday 29/05/18 (normal hours) 8:30am - 18:30pm


PHARMACY OPENING TIMES OVER THE BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND Pharmacy Opening Times May Bank Holiday


FAMILY PLANNING APPOINTMENTS


We offer Family Planning appointments for Coil fittings, Coil checks and Contraceptive implants.  Please talk to one of our reception team for further information.


myGP New App download on the App Store or Get it on Google Play - quick and easy way to make and cancel appointments online


FREE NHS HEALTH CHECK FOR THOSE AGED 40-74 ask a member of staff for more details or use the following link for more information www.nhs.uk/nhshealthcheck


NEW FREE Wi-Fi now available - no password needed - why not get connected at your next


visit and try out the


New 'Health Help Now' App which is available on iPhone for download see link below


https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/health-help-now/id946041769?mt=8


PATIENT SERVICES - for online appointment booking\repeat prescription requests\viewing detailed coded records - this is a new service run by our system supplier to apply please contact reception for a form and instructions. Once you have the necessary details to register and are having an issue with either registration or your login please contact them direct by clicking on the 'Contact Website Support' on the bottom left had corner of the 'Welcome' screen.


Zika Virus Infection For up to date information please use the following link http://www.nhs.uk/news/2016/01January/Pages/Zika-virus-your-questions-answered.aspx


DR JEZIERSKI & PARTNERS ARE CURRENTLY OPEN TO TAKE NEW PATIENTS - PLEASE CONTACT RECEPTION FOR FURTHER DETAILS


Named GP - From 1st July all patients in the practice will have a named GP who takes overall view of their needs.

Currently GPs have been allocated to patients on the basis of the GP they are registered with.


If you wish to know who that GP is, or wish to change the GP assigned to you, please speak to a receptionist.


New Freinds and Family Test please see how to take part on our dedicated 'Friends and Family' page


NHS SHINGLES VACCINE FOR THOSE AGED 70, 71, 72, 73, 78 OR 79 - For more information follow this link


https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/vaccinations/who-can-have-the-shingles-vaccine/?

Your Health - Helpful Tips (BP/Diet, Hay Fever & Acne)

 

Blood pressure and Diet

 

Recent evidence clearly shows that lifestyle changes in people with borderline high blood pressure helps reduce that blood pressure – in some cases this will take away the need for medication.

The advice is to:

 



    1. Have a healthy diet low in total saturated fats, red meat, sugar, sodium and refined carbohydrates.

    1. Eat a diet high in fruit and vegetables, whole grains, fish, poultry and low fat dairy products.

    1. Reduce your intake of sodium to <2.3 g="" daily="" o:p="">



 

For more information please go to:

www.dashdiet.org    

or

http://www.bpassoc.org.uk/BloodPressureandyou/Yourlifestyle/Eatingwell

 

 

Hay Fever

 

Hay fever season can often run from April to September. The tree pollens especially Birch tends to cause problems in April while the grass pollens start to flower from May onwards. You may also be allergic to weed pollens which affect people mainly in June and July. If you do have hayfever don’t forget to start your medication (examples are antihistamine tablets, nasal sprays or eye drops). Most hay fever medication can be bought over the counter. If you are unsure what to take or feel that the medication you are on is not helping please make an appointment to see your doctor.

 

Acne

 

There is new evidence for acne sufferers who use the roll on (topical) antibiotics. Long term use (longer than 12 weeks) of these roll on treatments show that it has led to bacterial resistance. Also interestingly the use of another topical cream called Benzoyl Peroxide at the same time as using the roll on antibiotic helps to reduce the production of resistant bacteria. So the message is don’t use the roll on antibiotic for longer than 12 weeks, see your doctor to add in some Benzoyl Peroxide to use at the same time as the topical antibiotic.  If your acne is still present despite the above make an appointment to see your doctor.

 

 

 



 
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