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Influenza Vaccinations

Please note we are now booking appointment for patients in  at-risk groups to have their annual influenza vaccinations.  The clinics are being held on Saturday mornings between 27th September and 1 November 2014.  These clinics are purely for giving the influenza vaccination and no other advice can be given during this appointment. 

Practice Training Sessions 2014

The practice will be closed on the following Wednesday afternoons for staff training:

15th October, 19th November 

Crich Area Patient Group Survey 2014

Crich Area Patient Group are running a survey to get your thoughts on the practice.  To complete on-line please click on the link below or call in at one of the surgeries to collect a paper copy.

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/crichppg

Minor Injuries Units

Please note that from Monday 25th November 2013 the opening time for both Ripley and Whitworth MIUs will change.  They will be open from 8am to 10pm daily.  Please follow link for press release regarding this.  http://www.dchs.nhs.uk/dchs_about_us/dchs_news_events/dchs_press_releases/id/39123/t/6

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NHS 111

If you need urgent medical attention when the surgery is closed you should dial 111.  This will connect you to the NHS 111 service free of charge which is provided by a local organisation, Derbyshire Health United. You will be assessed and directed to the most appropriate point of care for your particular needs.

You can also dial 111 if you require health information.

Please see the NHS 111 Introduction leaflet for further explanation.

If you require an appointment at the surgery please contact us during normal opening hours

 

IF YOU ARE EXPERIENCING CHEST PAINS PERHAPS RADIATING DOWN THE LEFT ARM, NAUSEA, OR SWEATING PLEASE DO NOT DELAY IN GETTING MEDICAL ATTENTION – DIAL 999 FOR THE AMBULANCE SERVICE.

 
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