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Cold Weather Advice:

Make sure that you stay warm. If going outside, make sure you dress appropriately. If indoors, make sure that you keep your heating to the right temperature; heating your home to at least 18° Celsius in winter poses minimal risk to your health when you are wearing suitable clothing.

If there is anyone you know who might be at special risk, for example, an older person living on their own, make sure they know what to do to stay warm and are well stocked with food and medications.

If you are worried about your health or that of somebody you know, ring NHS 111.

More information can be found at www.nhs.uk/staywellwww.mylifeafulllife.comwww.iow.nhs.uk.

Winter Flu Vaccination Service

Stay well this winter - book your flu jab appointment, or ask for a flu jab during a consultation.  See Clinics & Services tab for more information.

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Online Services

Register for Online Services to book appointments, order repeat prescriptions and view your GP health record

Call 295251 to make an appointment

Bring two forms of ID:

  • 1 x photo ID (current passport, driving licence, bus pass)
  • 1 x address ID (current bank statement, council tax bill, utility bill
  • If you don't have these, contact the surgery about other forms of ID

You will also need your own email address

 


Take three steps before visiting GP, public urged:  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-42511553

 

Antibiotics don’t work for everything: antibiotics don’t work for colds or flu because they’re viral infections. https://www.nhs.uk/Video/Pages/antibiotics-dont-work-for-everything.aspx

Urgent Care Service:  Anyone needing to see a GP, Monday to Friday between 8.00am and 6.30pm should contact their local GP PracticeAnyone who feels they have an urgent care need out of hours and at weekends should call the NHS 111 service.

 

 

(Site updated 09/02/2019)
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