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Who Do I See?

Alcohol Advice

Who do I see: RISE/AA
Advice: Please visit alcoholics-anonymous.org.uk for self-referrals.

Diet/Lifestyle Changes

Who do I see: In- House dietician /GP
Advice: Please note that you can see an in-house dietician once referred by GP, please book an appointment online or contact reception on [Practice Tel No] to make an appointment.

Fit Note (Sick note)

Who do I see: Self certify first 7 days, then routine GP appointment
Advice: For a GP, please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment. Routine appointments are usually within 2weeks. 

Fungal Infections

Who do I see: Community Pharmacy/GP if it persists
Advice: Search for your nearest community pharmacist. For a GP, please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

General Advice

Who do I see: Self-Care/111/Community Pharmacy
Advice: Please visit the NHS information home pages. You can also telephone 111 for any non-urgent medical issues or you can search for your nearest community pharmacist.

Hay Fever

Who do I see: Community Pharmacy/Clinical Pharmacist at surgery
Advice:  Search for your nearest community pharmacist. For a clinical pharmacist, please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment. Find out more information.

Head Injuries

Who do I see: Urgent Care Centre if severe/ GP
Advice: For a GP, please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Head Lice

Who do I see: Community Pharmacy/School Nurse/Practice Nurse
Advice: For a Practice Nurse, please book an appointment online  or contact reception to make an appointment.Headaches

Infected Wounds

Who do I see: Practice Nurse
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Medication Reviews

Who do I see: Clinical Pharmacist
Advice: please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Moles

Who do I see: GP
Advice: For a GP, please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Nappy Rash

Who do I see: Community Pharmacy/ Pharmacist
Advice:  Please search for your nearest community pharmacist.

Nosebleeds

Who do I see: 111/Urgent Care if severe/GP if several episodes
Advice: Pinch nose (do not lean head back) and apply ice pack. If concerned, you can ring 111, For a GP, please book an appointment online  or contact reception on [Practice Tel No] to make an appointment.

Passport Forms

Who do I see: We do not sign passport forms
Advice: Passport forms are not covered by the NHS.

Period Problems

Who do I see: GP
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment

Pneumoccocal Vaccine

Who do I see: Practice Nurse
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Prescription Queries

Who do I see: Practice pharmacist/GP
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Removal of Stitches

Who do I see: Practice Nurse/Health Care Assistant
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Ring Pessary

Who do I see: GP
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment.

Shingles Vaccine

Who do I see: Practice Nurse
Advice: Please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment

Sick Note (Fit Note)

Who do I see: Self certify first 7 days, then routine GP appointment
Advice: For a GP, please book an appointment online  or contact reception to make an appointment. Routine appointments are usually within 2weeks. 
If you have been discharged from hospital, your hospital team will issue any fit notes for the entire period of your recovery.  Please contact the ward staff (even after discharge).

Sore Throat

Who do I see: Community Pharmacy/GP if it persists
Advice: For a GP, please book an appointment online or contact reception to make an appointment. Routine appointments within 2 - 4 weeks.

Travel Vaccinations

Who do I see: Practice Nurse
Advice: Please book at least 1 month before travelling and either book an appointment online  or contact reception to make an appointment.

Urine Infections

Who do I see: GP
Advice: Please bring a urine sample into the consultation; sterile pots available at reception. Please book an appointment online  or contact reception to make an appointment. 

Vomiting

Who do I see: Community Pharmacy/GP
Advice:   if it persists longer than 1 week in children and adults, please see the GP by booking an appointment online or contacting reception to make an appointment.

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