NHS 111 has an online coronavirus service that can tell you if you need medical help and advise you what to do. Details of the on-line service are can be found on the NHS 111 advice page.
Use the NHS 111 online coronavirus service if:
Further information and travel advice is available on nhs.uk/coronavirus.
Our aim during the crisis is to prevent the spread of coronovirus to our vulnerable populations. To help support our vulnerable patients. To continue to provide medical advice and help for non coronovirus illnesses to all.
In order to do this all consultations will initially be done by phone and all visit requests will be assessed by phone first.
Therefore, you may request a rountine or urgent phone consultation with a doctor or nurse or use our quick GP message system on line or via our phone system for advice.
It is likely that in the coming weeks our service will be under huge pressure due to workload and our own staff self isolation measures. It is important to us that if you feel you might have a significant illness or need help with managing a chronic significant condition that you book an appointment with us in the usual manner. Please use the NHS website for advice on how to manage minor problems and when to seek advice.
Please consider (if possible) buying a thermometer and blood pressure machine for use at home. If you have asthma a peak flow meter and if you usually suffer from breathing difficulties a pulse oximeter. Also consider practicing how to take a pulse and count a relatives breathing rate in breaths per minute. This information would be extremely helpful in a phone consulation with a nurse or doctor.
Did you know we have a Patient Participation Group?
The purpose of the Patient Participation Group is to help us access and use your ideas for new projects, and gaining your views as to how the practice can improve and develop.Patient Group Page
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