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Information café

Helping you to self-manage your long term condition

 

It is an information giving session, but with a face to face element in an informal yet clinical setting. Newquay Health Centre will be hosting a Health and Well-Being  drop in session in June  for an informal friendly chat and to find out what is available in your area to help you mange your condition. Further details with venue and date to be arranged

 

Do you have questions?

Come along for an informal chat and we can sign post you to the help and support you need

(No Clinical treatment available at this session)

NAMED GP

Due to NHS England's guidelines all patients have been allocated a named GP. At this practice your named GP would be the GP that you were registered with when  you first joined the practice. This does not prevent you making an appointment or seeing any doctor of your choosing as you would normally do.

FLU VACCINATIONS

*Are you eligible for the free flu vaccination?*

*If you haven't had your flu vaccine, book now!*

ORGAN DONATION

More than 10.000 people in the UK currently need an organ transplant.  Of these, 3 a day will die waiting as there are not enough organs available.

Only 31% of us have joined the organ donor register, please help save lives by registering now.

www.organdonation.nhs.uk

 

The Minor Ailments Scheme

chdThe Community Pharmacy Minor Ailments Scheme is a service available in Newquay and means you do not need to wait for an appointment to see your doctor about certain conditions.

Conditions treated are;

Conjunctivitis (Red sticky eyes) - Children over 1yr and adults

Cystitis (Uncomplicated Urinary Tract Infection) – Women over 18ys, you will be asked for a urine sample.

Impetigo (Skin condition) - Children over 1yr and adults

If you are suffering from any of these problems you can get advice and treatment from your local pharmacy.

If you do not usually pay for your prescriptions, then your pharmacy will be able to supply the medicine free of charge under the scheme.  If you usually pay for prescriptions you will be charged a fee equivalent to the cost of a prescription.

The pharmacist may refer you back to your GP if they feel your illness is not treatable under the scheme or the medicine available through the scheme is not suitable for you.

 
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