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Flu 2019 PHEFlu Vaccination Appointments are now available. Please call to book yours if you haven't been contacted or done so. 

Clinic dates (over 65's)

Clinic dates (others):

Dates have been revised on 26th September because of vaccine supply problems

See our Flu Information leaflet here


Measles

MEASLES

Measles is a very dangerous disease and has returned to the children of the UK because some parents have chosen not to take advantage of the MMR vaccination programme for their children.

Follow this link for NHS guidance 

We quote from that page:

"Since October 2017 measles outbreaks have been reported in Leeds, Liverpool, Birmingham, Manchester and Surrey that are all linked to ongoing large outbreaks in Europe...

"Measles is a very infectious, serious illness that, in rare cases, can be fatal. About 1 in 5 children with measles experiences complications such as ear infections, diarrhoea and vomiting, pneumonia, meningitis, and eye disorders. One in 10 children with measles ends up in hospital. There is no treatment for the disease. Vaccination is the only way of preventing it.

"Measles spreads very easily. In fact, it's one of the most infectious diseases known. You can catch measles if you spend just 15 minutes with someone who has the disease."

Please contact the surgery if you are unsure or want to protect your child.


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"Health Campaigns".

Sepsis


Further Information:

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Help Us Help You

We Encourage and Support SELF-CARE

There's a great deal that you can do to look after yourself without contacting the GP Practice. This is what we call Self Care. The NHS uses the term "3 before GP". 
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That page explains how you can help you and yours for common problems without having to make an appointment at the Practice.

If your problems persist; are more serious; or you don't
know what to do, you should contact the Practice during Opening Hours.


Sit and Wait Clinics (at Borough Road only)Sit and Wait

If you have a NEW URGENT ACUTE ISSUE that needs dealing with quickly and cannot wait for a routine appointment, "sit and wait" clinics are available. All Practice patients may attend.

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For Urgent but not Emergency help:NHS 111
NHS 111 & the STAR Service

Alternatively, if the Practice is closed, or at any time call 111 for access to advice.
You can also get online help at 111 Online
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South Tees Access Response

Out of hours appointments are also available via the STAR service. To access this service you must call NHS 111 as above. The call handler will assess your needs. If appropriate you can book appointments from 6.00 pm to 9.30 pm Monday to Friday and 8.00 am to 9.30 pm on weekends and bank holidays.
You can book appointments online - CLICK HERE TO BOOK
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For serious accidents and emergencies DIAL 999


Patient InformationPatient InformationThis leaflet can be picked up at the surgeries and is designed as a useful summary of all aspects of the Practice's services. Click on the image to the left to read an on-line version.

 

 



Friends and Family Test
NHS Friends and Family Test: this is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the care and treatment you receive and to improve services. Please click on the image to go to the simple survey.
 

 


Patient ForumPatient Forum: we are very lucky to have a fantastic Patient Forum which meets bi-monthly on Wednesdays from 12:30 - 13:30 at the Borough Road Surgery. The group is well established and works closely with the practice team. Please click on the image to go to the Patient Forum's page, and find out how you might help.


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