2020 FLU CAMPAIGN

The surgery are scheduled for our first delivery of the flu vaccine on the 22 September 2020, so please contact the surgery from the 23rd September to check availability and book a slot. Please check if you fit the criteria below before calling WHO SHOULD GET THE FLU VACCINE? Adults over the age of 65…

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Wuhan Novel Coronavirus

If you have returned from China in the last 14 days or you have had contact with a confirmed case of Wuhan Coronavirus and have symptoms of: Acute respiratory  infection of any degree of severity (including at least one of the following: shortness of breath,cough or sore throat) You must immediately self-isolate at home and call…

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EXTENDED ACCESS

The Practice is now open on a Wednesday and a Friday morning from  7 am offering pre -booked appointments with the Advanced Care Practitioner, Practice Nurse and the Phlebotomists. These appointments can be booked up to one week in advance.

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JUNE 2019 APPOINTMENT ATTENDANCE

Over 90.5% of patients attended in June 19 for 4875 available appointments with either the GP or nurse. We would like to improve this figure by asking that patients contact the surgery if they are unable to attend an appointment on 701834 option 7 Also patients can access systmone on line which enables patients to…

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CERVICAL SCREENING – smear tests

An amazing 80.9 % of our eligible ladies (have a cervix and are aged 25-64)  have had a smear test in the last 5 years. This figure is fabulous BUT there is work to be done. Nationally figures have dropped of the ladies aged 25-29 who are up to date with their smear test. This…

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ACCESS+ a new way to access clinical services

Did you know that you can now book routine appointments through  Access+ a new NHS  service offering routine GP appointments, practice nurse, health care assistant, physiotherapist and pharmacist appointments at hubs through out Hull? Access + appointments are offered in the evenings and at the weekends, for more information ,contact the practice or go to…

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What to do in an emergency?

What to do in an emergency –  Stay calm, shout for help. You may need to instruct someone to telephone 999. Make sure they know where the ambulance has to come to, and they have some details about the person who is injured or ill. Don’t put yourself in danger. For example, if someone has been…

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