Choose the Right Service
Are you have problems with:
* Social issues/ isolation
* Finance/ Dept support
* Lower level mental health
* Carer support
* Domestic abuse
* Family support
* Housing/ environmental issues
* Health/ physical well-being
Our social prescribing service can help. You can be referred to a social prescriber by speaking with a member of the practice staff.
Your pharmacy team can help you with your minor health concerns. Since starting in October 2019, the NHS Community Pharmacy Consultation Service (CPCS) has supported thousands of patients referred from NHS111 with medicine needs and management of minor health conditions.
The service has now been extended to include referrals from General Practice for minor illnesses and conditions such as constipation, cough, sore throat and joint pain*. This means that a pharmacy may be able to support you just as effectively upon referral from your GP practice
Referring you into a pharmacy this way:
• Gives the pharmacist all the information needed about your medical condition to provide the service safely and
effectively with a trained professional
• Usually allows you to be seen the same day or at a time to suit you
• Enables you to be seen by the most appropriate health care professional at the right time
• Allows information captured during the consultation to be shared with the practice
The NHS is planning on collecting further GP data. For full information on what data is collected and how to opt out of the latest data collection, click the link below.NHS DIGITAL TRANSPARANCY NOTICE
The UK Health Security Agency has confirmed that cases of mpox have increased recently but the risk to the UK population remains low. Anyone can get mpox. Currently most cases have been in men who are gay, bisexual or have sex with men, so it's particularly important to be aware of the symptoms if you're in these groups.
Contact a sexual health clinic if you have a rash with blisters and either:
If you have an unexplained rash, please contact NHS111 or phone the practice to make an appointment.
Further public information is available - see below.