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GPs are able to recommend trusted health and wellbeing apps on the NHS Apps Library to their patients. The NHS Apps Library currently has more than 70 apps covering a wide range of health and wellbeing specialisms and physical activity monitors and has now had more than a million visits. Mental health apps have so far proved to be the most popular followed by pregnancy and baby apps, with sleep, diabetes and healthy living making up the remaining top five categories.

Click NHS Apps Library to visit the Apps Library

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Patient Advice

Who should I go to and where should I go?

My Coach website

There has been a local website created to help patients decide where they should go to for the most appropriate treatments and care. Please find the link below:

Information about NHS screening programmes for transgender and non-binary people.

Information about the NHS population screening programmes available to transgender and non-binary people in England is now available as a PDF leaflet. Please click here to open.


What to do if you suspect chickenpox in your child?

 If you think your child has chickenpox and is generally well in themselves, there is usually no need to see a doctor and your child can be managed at home.

 However, if you are unsure about the diagnosis, or you are worried that they are unwell, please ring the surgery to speak to a doctor.

If you do need to come to the surgery whilst your child has chicken pox/suspected chicken pox please tell the receptionist and we will arrange for you to wait in another room, away from the waiting room (because chicken pox can be serious in those on cancer treatment, other immune supressing drugs and to pregnant women who have never had chicken pox).

You may then be asked to come to the surgery where you will wait in our confidentiality room (not the waiting room). (May 2019)

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