If you have a cough, or fever, or shortness of breath please do not attend the surgery.
In view of the current outbreak we have had to make changes to our appointment system.
As from Monday 16 th March, we will not be offering pre-bookable appointments with a GP
or Nurse. All appointments will be bookable on the day by telephoning the surgery.
Please do not present at reception to request an appointment.
Booking appointments through My Health Online has been suspended until further notice.
We appreciate your patience at this challenging time.
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Coronavirus – Information if you have asthma or COPD
You should continue your treatment as normal and ensure you are taking your inhalers regularly as prescribed. If you have not been using your current prescribed inhalers you should restart them. You do not need to increase the use of your inhalers as a precaution or take extra blue inhaler just in case.
Instead, follow the self-management advice and any action or management plans previously given by your nurse or doctor.
Unless this is already part of your management plan, you do not need to be prescribed a rescue pack to take now as a precaution or keep at home just in case.
If you already have a rescue pack as part of your ongoing management you should only take this as previously advised by your nurse or doctor i.e. if you have worsening symptoms of your asthma or COPD. Due to the current Coronavirus situation though we advise you to contact your GP practice prior to starting any rescue pack for review.
Further information on managing your asthma can be found at www.asthma.org.uk
Further information on managing your COPD can be found at www.BLF.org.uk