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 THE MEDICAL CENTRE WILL BE CLOSED ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:

WEDNESDAY 25TH & THURSDAY 26TH DECEMBER 2019

IN THE CASE OF AN EMERGENCY PLEASE CONTACT

DALRIADA URGENT CARE ON 02825663500

  PLEASE ENSURE YOU ORDER YOUR REPEAT PRESCRIPTION IN GOOD TIME TO ENSURE

YOU DO NOT RUN OUT OF YOUR MEDICINES WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED.

**FLU CLINICS **

THE ANNUAL FLU VACCINATION CAMPAIGN

WILL COMMENCE ON THE FOLLOWING DATES:

OVER 65'S - TUESDAY 1ST OCTOBER 2019

UNDER 65'S IN AN AT RISK GROUP - MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2019

UNDER 18'S NASAL FLU - MONDAY 14TH OCTOBER 2019

IF YOU ARE OVER 65 YEARS, PREGNANT, PRESCHOOL, A CARER OR ARE IN ONE OF THE 'AT RISK' CATEGORIES IT IS RECOMMENDED THAT YOU ARE VACCINATED AGAINST INFLUENZA. 

PLEASE MAKE AN APPOINTMENT AT RECEPTION.

Cervical Screening

A new video that shows women what to expect when they attend for cervical screening has been produced by the Public Health Agency.  The video is on the Northern Ireland Cancer Screening Programme's website at the following link:

http://www.cancerscreening.hscni.net/2179.htm

Self Care for Life – be healthy this winter  As part of Self Care Week 2014, we are encouraging people to choose healthy lifestyle options that will impact positively on their physical health, mental wellbeing and self esteem. Help to maintain health and ward off illness by eating sensibly, stop smoking, drinking in moderation and taking regular exercise.

The Self Care Week message is "Self care for life – be healthy this winter" which we are supporting.

ARE YOU A CARER?

Please inform the practice if you are a carer so that you can be added to our register

NEW WEBSITE

Want to know where to access local social support services for you and your family - please visit the following website

www.familysupportni.gov.uk

Patients’ Rights & Responsibilities

ladydocbabyUnder a user’s guide to Primary Health Care the Department of Health Charter states:

  • We are committed to giving the best possible service. This will be achieved by working together. Help us help you
  • You will be treated as an individual and will give courtesy and respect at all times, irrespective of your ethnic origin, religious belief, personal attitudes or health problems
  • You have the right, subject to any limitations in the law, to see your health records, which will be kept confidential
  • Every effort will be made to ensure that you receive the information, which directly affects your health and care being offered
  • People involved in your care will give their names and ensure that you know how to contact them
  • Please contact DUC only when you feel it necessary and home visits by the doctors only when patients are too ill to visit surgery
  • Please do everything you can to keep appointments, tell the practice as soon as possible if cannot attend
  • Be ready to give details of past illnesses, medication, hospitals admissions and any other relevant details
 
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