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The surgery is closed bank holiday Monday 15th July.  If you have a medical emergency call Freephone 111

Our next training day is Tuesday 23rd July and the surgery will close 12-2.30pm   If you have a medical emergency during this time your call will be diverted

Please note that between 12-2pm and 5-6pm Monday to Friday only emergency calls can be taken.  If you wish to be seen on the same day please call before 4pm

Ready Steady Baby! - NHS inform

https://www.nhsinform.scot/ready-steady-baby

Your guide to pregnancy, labour and birth and early parenthood up to 8 weeks

www.nhsinform.scot/scotlands-service-directory is really useful resource giving advice on which health professional in the local area is the best person to deal with your medical problem and how to contact them

www.nhsinform.scot is a great website with detailed information on medical problems and how to manage them.

Urinary Tract Infections

Your local pharmacy can now provide antibiotic treatment for this. If you are female and aged 16-65 and think you may have a Urinary Tract Infection you should now contact your nearest pharmacy where they will assess you and provide necessary treatment.

 

Newsletter

Follow the link above for "News", then "Latest news" and then "Read our Newsletter" for information on recent changes to the practice

 

Follow this link for other community services in the area http://www.knowwhototurnto-eastren.co.uk/

 

 

The practice supports the NHS policy of Zero Tolerance which defines violence as:

"Any incident where staff are abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances related to their work, involving an explicit or implicit challenge to their safety, well-being or health".

Violence and aggression towards a person may also be defined as:

"A physical contact with another person which may or may not result in pain or injury. The contact is uninvited and is an attempt to cause harm, injury or to intimidate. Non-physical aggression includes the use of language which causes offence or threatens the safety of a member of staff".

The practice takes a serious view of any incidents of physical and verbal abuse against its employees and will support them, if assaulted, threatened or harassed, so long as the employee is correctly carrying out his or her duties

 

 

(Site updated 09/07/2019)
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