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Advice & Downloads

Useful Leaflets

Useful Leaflets for downloading

Action for Deafness

Non Urgent Patient Transport Service

Bronchiolitis Care Pathway

Teen leaflet

Low Back Pain

Eczema

Heartburn and Indigestion

Constipation

Headache and Migraine

Coughs

Acne

Sprains and Strains

Sore Throat

Chest Pain

Could it be a heart problem?

When to get help

You should call 999 for an ambulance immediately if you develop sudden severe chest pain, particularly if:

If the discomfort is only minor or has resolved, it may be more appropriate to either see your GP, call NHS 111, or attend a local walk-in centre.

Accessible Information – Communication Needs

Accessible Information Standard 

If you or a family member have a disability, impairment or sensory loss please advise the practice of the nature of the impairment, your or the patients communication and information needs, and how we can assist the patient when they come to the practice.  

Please complete a form when you come to the practice or contact us and let us know of your communication needs. You will be asked for the following 

  • NAME
  • DATE OF BIRTH
  • ADDRESS
  • POST CODE

Please note: you will be asked to give consent for this specific information to be shared with other medical organisations.

  • What is the nature of your impairment?
  • Do you have any communication needs?
  • Do you need a format other than standard print?
  • Do you have any special communication requirements?
  • How do you prefer to be contacted? Eg email, telephone.
  • How would you like us to communicate with you?
  • Can you explain what support would be helpful?


 
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