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Please note the emergency surgery is only for our registered patients who need urgent medical care


DIARY DATES ; CLOSED WEDNESDAY PM FROM 12.30 (PROTECTED LEARNING TIME)


- 12TH JUNE, 11TH SEPTEMBER, 13TH NOVEMBER 2019 & 5TH FEBRUARY 2020


PLEASE DO NOT TRY TO BOOK AN APPOINTMENT THROUGH THIS WEBSITE Use-


THE LINK FOR BOOKING/CANCELLING/APPOINTMENTS IS https://myvisiononline.co.uk/vpp/login.jsp  


You will be asked to register, you can do this by coming into the surgery, completing a form and supplying proof of ID and address.  This is for your own security


Data Protection - Please make sure we have your up to date contact details, mobile/home phone numbers, email address etc and you are happy to be contacted by them


 We are open at 7am on Wednesdays


The Surgery is closed every Wednesday 12.30 to 1.30pm for Staff Training


When the surgery is closed - For medical advice dial 111 or in an emergency dial 999


When you attend for a test of any kind you will be told how long you should expect to wait for the results. Please bear this in mind and call the surgery between 11am and 12 noon and 2pm - 3pm once sufficient time has elapsed.


 


Carers page

Support for unpaid carers- people who are looking after relatives or friends

People who look after someone, need to be looked after too.

Many people don’t choose to become a carer, they tell us, ‘it just happens.’

You may not even consider yourself to be a carer and just feel that you are looking after someone because that’s what family and friends do for each other. While this is often the case, it is widely recognised that caring for someone else can have a real impact on your own health and your own life and here at the practice we would like to make sure you can access the right help and support.

 You may:

  • Be starting to care for someone- a relative, friend, partner, or neighbour
  • Have been a carer for a long time
  • Have recently stopped caring for someone or your circumstances may have changed.

You may not think you need support, but ask yourself:

  • Could the person who you look after manage day-to-day life on their own?
  • Could they cope without your help and support?
  • Do you have enough time to think about yourself properly?
  • Do you get a break for yourself?

If you answered ‘no’ to any of these questions, or feel you would like help and support with someone you are caring for, then we would encourage you to let us know you are a carer, speak to a member of the team or contact the NHS Carer Support team by calling 536-3371.

You can also click on the links below which contain useful information for carers.

Useful Links:

 

 

             

 



 
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