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Out of Hours

In case of medical emergencies outwith surgery hours please telephone NHS 24 on 08454 24 24 24

OR

from 29/4/2014 dial the new "free to call" number for NHS24  - 111

 (textphone users 18001 08454 24 24 24) for round the clockhelp and support.

Public Holidays

Monday 1st January 2018

Tuesday 2nd January 2018

Friday 30th March 2018

Monday 2nd April 2018

Monday 7th May 2018

Monday 28th May 2018

Monday 16th July 2018

Monday 24th September 2018

Tuesday 25th December 2018

Wednesday 26th December 2018

Tuesday 1st January 2019

Wednesday 2nd January 2019

Test Results

Please telephone for your results, Monday to Friday using our computerised telephone system – pressing 3 for results.

Cancelling your Appointment

If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone our 24 hour cancellation line on  01236 794959 or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

Triage nurse Service

In addition to our telephone triage service our nurses are now providing appointments in the afternoons,  Monday to Friday

Lifestyle Issues

SMOKING

We are keen to give all patients who smoke as much help as possible to stop. Please ask at reception or at any consultation for information and support.

WALKING

Even the smallest effort can improve your quality of life and make you feel healthier and livelier. As walking is a very good exercise which most people are able to do, and do not need special equipment for, then why not get started on your fitness campaign.

Simply start walking for 15-20 minutes at a brisk enough pace to get your heart beating faster, 3 times a week regularly. When you can easily walk for an hour you are ready to move on to swimming, cycling or running!

HEALTHY EATING

A healthy diet does not need to be a boring one. Health experts tell us we are all eating too much fat, salt, etc but what exactly does this mean?

Why not speak to your doctor/nurse or pick up some of our information leaflets so you can enjoy a healthier diet.



 
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