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Owned and run by the NHS, the NHS App is a simple and secure way to access a range of NHS services using your smartphone or tablet, such as appointments, prescriptions, and your GP health record. Alternatively, you can access the NHS App through the NHS website.
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As many of you will have seen we have been publishing data over the last year which shows the volume of work we are dealing with each quarter. We do this not only to keep you informed but also to try and explain why we sometimes cannot meet patient expectations, despite our best efforts.
We have completed a risk assessment regarding the wearing of face masks at the surgery and are updating our policy from 20th March 2023.
From Monday 20th March, patients without respiratory symptoms or who are Covid-19 negative no longer need to wear facemasks when coming in to the surgery, unless this is their personal preference.
In addition, our staff are now not required to wear facemasks, unless it is their personal preference.
Patients who do have any respiratory symptoms (coughs, wheezing, etc.) should continue to wear facemasks / face coverings, if tolerated, for the safety of our other patients, our staff and our community.
If you are Covid-19 positive please do not come into the building, unless specifically invited in by a clinician.
This November, NHS England and NHS Improvement has launced the next phase of the latest 'Help Us, Help You' campaign which focuses on NHS 111 Online
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