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PARKING

It is with regret that patients will no longer be able to park on Elgar House car park. We have had to make this difficult decision as there have been instances where doctors have not been able to exit the car park in emergencies putting patient's health at risk, There has also been damage to staff cars and sadly staff have received verbal abuse.

Within the next few weeks Parking Eye, a member of the British Parking Association will be issuing fines for unauthorised vehicles parked.

THIS WILL ALSO APPLY WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED, i.e. AT THE WEEKEND AND BANK HOLIDAYS.

Further to our recent patient survey, we have added a new phone line for prescription queries, which we hope will free up our main lines for patients who want to book appointments.  The new number is 01527 63770.

 

Learning Disabilities

Do you or someone you know have a Learning Disability.  If so please remember that you are invited to attend the surgery for a full health check every 12 months. 

Dr Shah is our Learning disability doctor and he will carry out your annual check.

Dr Shah

If you wish to book an appointment please let the receptionist know it is for a Learning Disability check so the appropriate amount of time can be booked.

Please find below some information and leaflets you may find useful.

Learning disability liaison nurse 2016

Elgar House Practice Leaflet

All about Diabetes

All about asthma

Having a health check at the doctors

Having a blood test

Giving your consent

Breast Screening

Having a smear test - what is it about

Keep yourself health - a healthy heart

Questions to ask when seeing your doctor

Staying healthy

Flu vaccination

Your guide to bowel screening

Your guide to having colonoscopy

This is a fabulous short film regarding annual health checks for people with a learning disability.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_C8R_bJdLSQ



 
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