BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY CLOSURE
We will be closed at all our sites for the August Bank Holiday on Monday 29th August. Back as normal on Tuesday 30th.
Please use https://111.nhs.uk/ for urgent medical advice and direction by clicking the link or dialling 111. Always use 999 for life-threatening emergencies, when we are closed.
Patients registered at our Stratton site may also use LIVI for free, confidential, non-urgent access to an online GP. Click HERE for details.
Patients at our Devon practices (sorry Stratton!) can now access a free, confidential, online programme to support with stress, sleep and building resilience. SilverCloud is an evidence-based, successfully-used programme that can help people understand these issues and develop skills to manage them.
To sign up and access the resources, click on this link: https://dpt.silvercloudhealth.com/signup/
You will then be able to access the programme flexibly, at a time that works for you, and complete it at your own pace.
For more information follow the link HERE
EMAIL CHANGE: HOLSWORTHY & HATHERLEIGH PATIENTS ONLY
Our main email address for Holsworthy and Hatherleigh patients has now changed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please update your records if you keep this email for future use. Stratton Medical Centre email address is unchanged.
If you have sent anything to the old email address recently, it will have been forwarded on automatically.
STRATTON PATIENTS: DISABLED PARKING
Please can we remind our Stratton patients to be respectful of the need to keep the disabled parking spaces free for those who specifically need to use them due to disability - even if you are only stopping briefly. Thank you.
With pollen counts high quite a lot of the time throughout the summer, things can be miserable for anyone surrering from hayfever. Have a look at a few tips and tricks from YouTube's Abraham The Pharmacist on good ways to manage the symptoms. If in any doubt speak to your own Pharmacist who can advise.
HAPPY HOLIDAYING - PLAN AHEAD
If you’re planning an overseas holiday this summer don’t forget to plan well ahead. Here’s 3 top tips from those who have already been away.
- Medication: give yourself plenty of time to get your medications and check what you are able to take into the country you are visiting. Certain medications are banned in some countries.
- Travel information & Travel Vaccs: make sure you know what you need! Fill out a travel form (available online or at receptions) with us, at least 2 months ahead of travelling. One of our team will then arrange for you to be seen. Check our Travel Health pages for details.
- Covid Pass: if you need a Covid Pass (proof of Covid vaccinations) to travel, NHSApp will provide this or call 119 for a printed version. Young people, aged 12-18 will also need a Covid Pass for certain countries. For information go to: COVID PASS Under 18
Give yourself plenty of time to get this done, as it can be complicated, especially for under 16s, who may need to be seen by us first.