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BBC Health News
Covid-19: Early signs of lockdown restrictions working
15 Jan 2021 16:55
The R number in the UK is officially estimated at 1.2-1.3 as a further 1,280 deaths are reported.
Covid-19: Brazil virus already in UK ‘not variant of concern’, scientist says
15 Jan 2021 17:12
A variant that is thought to be more infectious has not been found in the UK, scientist says.
Covid: Intensive care patients transferred from London to Newcastle
15 Jan 2021 16:12
Seriously ill patients are moved almost 300 miles to ease pressure in over-stretched hospitals.
Covid: Fake news 'causing UK South Asians to reject jab'
15 Jan 2021 15:09
The NHS fears some communities are being targeted with misinformation, a leading doctor says.
Covid-19: North-east England leads race to vaccinate over-80s
14 Jan 2021 17:56
More than 45% of this priority group has now been vaccinated, compared with about 30% in London.
Covid-19: Surge leaves key hospital services 'in crisis'
14 Jan 2021 13:20
England's cancer, critical care, A&E and routine treatments all hit as hospitals accommodate virus patients.
How We Can Help You:
You will be greeted in a friendly and courteous manner by staff wearing name badges.
We will give you full information about the availability of services within the practice.
You will be seen within 30 minutes of your appointment time, but where a delay may occur you can expect to be advised of this.
We will keep you fully informed about all aspects of your condition, possible treatments and side effects.
Telephone calls will be answered promptly and diverted to the appropriate person.
Requests for repeat prescriptions will be completed and ready for collection within two working days.
You will be seen the same day with an urgent medical problem.
We will respect your confidentiality at all times.
If you are unhappy about any aspect of your care and wish to discuss this further, please contact the Practice Manager, who will deal with your problem as soon as possible.
To Help Us To Help You:
Please request a home visit only when absolutely necessary and you are too ill to attend the surgery.
Please give us adequate notice of appointment cancellations.
Please treat our staff in a courteous manner.
Please consider other patients and remember one appointment is for one patient only.