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Cervical Screening Awareness Week (11-17th June 2018)

Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust would like to ask people to highlight how important cervical screening is in protecting against cervical cancer by joining the conversation on social media and using the hashtag #SmearTestsSaveLives

Information can be accessed via the Jo’s Trust website link:

GDPR 2018 -

Please see Further Information 3. Policies

#Make The Right Call 

Please click link to see information from the Ambulance Service.

Greater Manchester Stop Smoking Campaign www.dontbethe1.TV

Bank Holiday Patient Services Information

If you are taking regular medications, please be aware that we often need to monitor their effect. This could be as simple as you answering a question over the phone, or may require a visit to the surgery for a blood pressure check, a blood test or a face to face appointment. Please be aware that when we need your assistance,  we often put notes on your prescriptions. If we do this, please make an appointment at your earliest convenience. Delay in coming to the surgery may result in repeat prescriptions not being issued.

Regular review of your medications ensures the best management of your condition.

If you have queries or concerns about any of your medications, please either talk to your local pharmacist or book in to see one of the GP's. We will be happy to advise you.

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