As mentioned in the Hartland Post, and especially with coronavirus being so dangerous to people with diabetes, obesity and blood pressure, we have collected our “low carb” online resources onto a simple website, called healthyhart.co.uk. We think a low carb “eat real food” message can be of benefit to us all, especially people with health issues above.
We have intermittent power problems, and will be without power for some hours this afternoon, Tuesday as the fault is investigated.
This may mean we will only be able to provide a limited service.
We have been asked to “open as usual” on Good Friday and Easter Monday, to ensure patients are not putting more strain through to our Hospitals, or ringing 111 over the long bank holiday weekend.
Thanks to all our staff who have stepped up to make this possible.
This is an excellent and free meal planner, for those people trying to lose weight and be healthy.
⚠️We have been made aware of some inaccurate information circulating regarding special ‘rescue packs’ for patients with pre-existing respiratory conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). There is no recommended change to usual treatment for your condition.
Please do not contact your GP practice for a rescue pack. You should continue to manage your condition in the usual way and if you feel you have symptoms of COVID-19 (coronavirus), please check online at nhs.uk
All practices in North Devon close at 1pm 4 times a year for afternoon training and teaching sessions. This years dates are as follows:
- 30 January 2019
- 4 April 2019
- 3 July 2019
- 10 October 2019
There will be no staff on site these afternoons, but there is medical advice available by calling 111. We are sorry for any disruption these teaching afternoons cause.
|Monday 24 December||8am to 6:30pm|
|Tuesday 25 December||Closed|
|Wednesday 26 December||Closed|
|Thursday 27 December||8am to 8pm|
|Friday 28 December||8am to 8pm|
|Saturday 29 December||9am to 12.30pm|
|Sunday 30 December||9am to 12noon|
|Monday 31 December||8am to 6:30pm|
|Tuesday 1 January||Closed|
|Wednesday 2 January||8am to 6:30pm|
We have gone live with a new website today, I hope you find it helpful. We think this will give us better options for managing our website and we hope it will be better for you too!
Sorry for the loss of service for a few hours while the site transferred over.
Its Flu season again. Flu is an acute viral respiratory infection and spreads easily from person to person, at home, at school, at work, etc. Vaccination is the most effective way to prevent influenza. Although anyone can get flu, certain people are at greater risk from the implications of flu.
This year flu vaccinations will be offered to the following groups:-
- Over 65’s
- All those from 6 months to less than 65 years of age with a serious medical condition
- Pregnant women
- Children age 2 and 3
- Children age 4 provided they were 3 on August 31st 2018
- If you are the main carer of an older or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill
The remaining flu clinics have now been scheduled and will be held at the Surgery on:-
- Friday 19th October
- Monday 22nd October
- Friday 2nd November
- Friday 16th November
Please either call in to the surgery or telephone us to make an appointment.
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