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Coronavirus Update

 As of 2pm on 27/02/2020 there were 7,692 patients tested and only 17 positive cases of Coronavirus confirmed in the UK

 If you have travelled from the following countries you are advised to stay indoors, avoid contact with other people and contact NHS 111 for advice

Even if you do not have any symptoms

 Hubei Province (China)

in the last 14 days



Northern Italy (lockdown areas)

Lombardy:Codogno, Castiglione d’Adda, Casalpusterlengo, Fombio, Maleo, Somaglia, Bertonico, Terranova dei Passerini, Castelgerundo and San Fiorana

South Korea (Special Care Zones)

Daegu or Cheongdo

 Since 19th February 2020

If you have travelled from the following countries in last 14 days and have symptoms of cough, high temperature or shortness of breath (even if mild) you are advised to stay indoors, avoid other people and call NHS 111 for further advice

 Mainland China/South Korea – not mentioned above

Hong Kong








Travelled from the following since 19th February 2020 and have symptoms of cough, temperature or shortness of  breath you are advised to stay indoors, avoid other people and call NHS 111 for further advice.


(anywhere north of Pisa, Florence and Rimini)





 How to avoid spreading or catching:

There are things you can do to reduce the spread

Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue or sleeve (not hands) when you sneeze

Discard tissues immediately

Wash you hands with soap and water often – use a hand sanitiser gel if soap and water are not available

Avoid close contact with people who are unwell

 Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean

 If you think you have been infected with Coronavirus –

Self Isolate

Do not go to your GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital

Call NHS 111 for advice


What is self Isolation?

If you are asked to self isolate this is what you should do

Stay at home

Stay away from work, schools or public places

Do not use public transport or taxis

Ask friends or families to run errands for you

Avoid visitors coming to your house – it is ok for delivery of food or essential items.

You may be asked to do this for 14 days to reduce the spread of infection to other people

 What is the treatment for Coronavirus?

There is currently no treatment for this illness

Antibiotics do not help as they do not work against any virus

Any treatment that you are advised to take will be to treat the symptoms not fight the illness

Self Isolation for 14 days

 More information is available at:

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Clinics And Other Services

By appointment only, unless otherwise stated.

Personal Medical Services are supplied in the traditional way by our doctors, but we also supply specific services as detailed below usually run by a nurse Practitioner with the back-up of a doctor.

A nurse Practitioner is a nurse who has extra training and experience in the management of chronic illnesses as well as the treatment of acutely ill patients.

Female Health Clinic heart_and_stethescope_2

Menopause, HRT, Family planning, Smears Tests.


Childhood and Travel Immunisation.  Flu and Pneumococcal Immunisation.


Treatment room. The  Midwives, Health Visitors, District Nurses, are attached to our practice but are not based at the surgery.

Older Person

Immunisation as above. Nurse Advisor to the Older Person. We have two Social Workers who are attached specifically to our practice.

Quit Smoking

Advice is available from your local pharmacy

Travel Clinic

These clinics are generally run one afternoon per week

Advice is available at other times but please be specific when requesting an appointment.

Asthma And COPD Reviews

This clinic is for patients with asthma and chronic obstructive airway disease (chronic bronchitis and emphysema).


Babies And Children

Immunisation, Childhood Surveillance, Parentcraft, Baby clinic, Midwives, Health visitor, Immunisation Schedule.


This clinic provides diabetic patients with the knowledge, skills and support that enable them to lead a full and healthy life. Patients are encouraged to attend on a regular basis.


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