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New GP Partner

It is with great pleasure that the practice wishes to announce the appointment of Dr Taraq Waheed as a new GP Partner as of 1 October 2012.

Appointments

To understand how to book any appointments, whether in advance or on the day, please see the appointments section

Out of Hours

If you need a doctor in an emergency from 6.30pm to 8.00am weekdays, weekends and bank holidays, ring 0845 408 8000 or, for medical advice, ring an NHS Direct nurse on 0845 4647.

Test Results

Please telephone 01278 764244 between 2pm and 4pm for any results of blood tests, x-rays etc. Give your full name, address and date on which your test was carried out.

View the Interactive Self Care Guide

 

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=""> Self Care Prescribing List

 

You may not be able to be prescribed these medicines due to their limited clinical value or more suitable to purchase for self care:

 



    • Pain killers for minor aches and pains

    • Soluble pain killers

    • Hay fever preparations

    • Cough and cold remedies

    • Tonic, vitamin and health supplements

    • Antiperspirants

    • Treatment for non-serious constipation or diarrhoea

    • Ear Wax removers

    • Treatment for minor acne

    • Threadworm tablets

    • Lozenges, throat sprays,mouthwashes and gargles

    • Slimming preparations

    • Creams, gels and bandages for minor sprains and sports injuries

    • Indigestion remedies for occasional use

    • Tablets for minor nail infections

    • Creams for bruising, tattoos and varicose veins

    • Continuous barrier creams for nappy rash

    • Head lice lotions and shampoos

    • Athletes’ foot creams and powders

    • Moisturisers and bath additives for minor dry skin conditions

    • Travel medicines

    • Food and toilet preparations except where clinically indicated


Many of these products are cheap to buy and readily available from pharmacies and shops

 
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