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Stansted Surgery

Baby Check App ( posted on Jan 27, 2017 )

The Lullaby Trust have developed an app for your phone which may of use to help guide you if your baby is unwell. 

Parents will be taken through a series of checks, including yes or no and multiple choice questions, relating to their baby’s health. Checks include difficulty breathing in, vomiting, temperature and drowsiness. 

 

On completion, the parent will be given a score: 0-7 suggests the baby is a little unwell and may not need medical attention; 8-12 means the baby is unwell and the parent may wish to consult a doctor; 13-19 indicates the baby is ill and the parent should contact the doctor; 20+ means the baby is seriously ill and must be seen straight away by a medical professional.

If at any point during the checks, the score reaches 20, the parents will be directed to seek urgent medical attention.

 

Details can be found on this link

 

The app can be downloaded on play store or google app

 

( posted on Dec 13, 2016 )

Surgery Closures 2017

 

The surgery will be closed for training on the following days this year, please contact 111 if you need advice and there will be a covering GP service.

Afternoons of 9th February, 26th April, 6th June, 13th July, 12th September, 15th November.

 

The surgery is not open at the weekend or bank holidays

 

 

My Care record- We would like to ensure there are better communictaions with local health and social care providers. This means that local hopsitals will for example be able to see your history and make better decisions about your care. See more details under Sharing your information on the left. If you do not want this to happen you can OPT out.

 

New Health App! A new digital tool to help people find local health services and advice launches today in west Essex. As part of the Evening and Weekend GP service, the Health help Now web site and app gives detailed advice and guidance on the most common ailments and symptoms. The tool also recommends the best place for treatment – showing which nearby services are open. See our useful links section

 

Emergency Line For emergencies only 01279 812908 from 8.00 am to 6.30 pm during opening hours. If you call on this line and it is not an emergency we will ask you to immediately put the phone down and call 01279 813200

 

Do you need to see a GP at the weekend?

A New weekend service for bookable appointments is available for our patients. You can see a GP or a Nurse and, your consultation detalis will be transferred to us.

Contact the surgery to book an appointment at Dunmow or Saffron Walden. You can find out more at www.weekendgpservice.net

 

 

There are a range of procedures, determined by the commissioner your GP needs permission to request from the CCG as they are not routinely funded. This list can be found via a link on the links page. Funding given via this route cannot be used to fund private health care.

 

Named GP

If you do not know who your named GP is then please ask at reception or during your consultation.  

 

Out of Hours Emergency Telephone Number

For a medical emergency after 6.30pm please contact NHS 111 service by dialing 1-1-1. All calls to 111 are free from mobiles and landlines.

  

Important Changes to How We Handle Your Personal Data

We will soon be required to provide your personal data to the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC). The information to be extracted is NHS number,date of birth, postcode and genderThe Practice has NO choice but to allow HSCIC to extract the information.However individual patients can instruct the Practice to stop the transfer of data. For more information please go to www.nhs.uk/caredata or www.hscic.gov.uk .

 

There is also further information on the website under the heading "Sharing your Information"

 

 

Flu immunisation ( posted on Oct 8, 2008 )

If you are over 65 or are in an 'at risk' group you should seriously consider having a flu immunisation.

You are in an at risk group if you suffer from chronic heart disease, chronic renal disease, chronic respiritory disease (including asthma), diabetes or have a weak immune system (possibly as a result of steriod medication or cancer treatment) or if you are a full time carer of someone in the above groups.

Please contact Reception now for an appointment.

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