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Flu vaccination appointments are now available.  Please check with reception to see if you are eligible.
NEW PRESCRIBING POLICIES - Worcestershire CCG no longer support the prescribing of certain items. 

See the CCG website for more information - http://www.worcestershire.nhs.uk/prescribing/

Gluten free products and products that can easily be purchased over the counter will no longer be prescribed by your GP.  There will also be changes to baby milk and oral nutritional supplements.

If you have any queries about any of the new policies please see the link above for contact details.

Patient information and news

This page will be used to keep our patients up to date.  Please come back regularly for updates.

Patient Group

We have tried for a long time now to set up a patient group for Elgar House.  Unfortunately we are struggling to attract many members however, we will continue to communicate with those who have agreed to join us and continue to welcome any new members.   We will use this page as a way of keeping in touch with our  patient group and all our other patients.  If you have any comments or suggestions you wish to make please use the contact form on the contact details page.  Please note we cannot reply to complaints on this website.

Friends and Family Test.

You will find a link to our FFT on the right hand side of the home page.  Please complete this test online or see the cards in reception.

The results from this test are discussed regularly within the practice and are reported back to NHS England on a monthly basis.

Social Prescribing  

Do you live alone or are caring for someone else?  Is debt or housing something that causes you to worry?  Do you feel isolated?  If so ask your doctor or nurse about Social Prescribing next time you see them.  Age UK now offer a new service called Reconnections, which is aimed at reducing loneliness.  They work with individuals on a one to one basis, helping to improve confidence and finding activities and interests to suit everyone.  If you would like to be referred please ask either your nurse or doctor.

 



 
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