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You can find the latest information and advice from Public Health England at www.gov.uk/coronavirus

 

GP appointments are now all telephone call first as per National Guidance

These can be pre booked online if non urgent or book by phone or do an e-consult

Urgent matters please ring to go on Duty Dr list

This is to protect our patients, our staff and our community 

We aim to reduce the footfall through the surgery to reduce the risk of spreading the virus

See Opening times section then click tab for "When we are closed" for out of hours services details

Use NHS 111 online for advice

Call 111 for medical advice.

See Smoking Cessation page re texts sent to patients

 

Practice Nurse Vacancy - please see vacancies page

 

 

 

Smoking Cessation

We are sending out texts asking for patients to update us with their smoking status and with links to sources of support

We would like to support and encourage any current smokers to stop,  particularly in these times of Coronavirus. The healthier you are if or when you encounter any illness the better.

We understand people are quite rightly wary of unexpected texts

Our current message comes from CookhamMedC (older texts used to say GP Surgery) and the text is as follows

"I'd like you to complete some questions about your health habits via the link below so we can update your medical record, this will only take a minute to complete.

Thank you The Reception team

Please follow this link: florey.accurx.com (then some numbers and letters generate)

 You'll need internet on your phone (or you can open the link on a computer). If you cannot open it, please contact us.

Cookham Medical Centre"

As these answers do file back to your notes it will want you to confirm ID

Stoptober   - Give Quitting a Go

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/for-your-body/quit-smoking/stoptober/

Page under development


 
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