Due to the changing situation regarding the Coronavirus outbreak we recommend accessing the latest advice by clicking the links below. In general, having read the information provided, if you believe that you may have the virus, do not come to the surgery. Instead follow the national guidance on what to do.
During the current outbreak, in order to reduce the number of people coming in to the surgery all our patients will receive a telephone triage or telephone appointment. Please be aware that as a consequence, our telephone lines will be even busier than usual. Our staff are doing their very best to answer each call in turn.
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This leaflet is for patients with suspected coronavirus who have not been admitted to hospital and will be isolating at home.
The UK Health Security Agency has confirmed that cases of monkeypox have increased recently but the risk to the UK population remains low.
Anyone can get monkeypox. Currently most cases have been in men who are gay, bisexual or have sex with men, so it's particularly important to be aware of the symptoms if you're in these groups.
Contact a sexual health clinic if you have a rash with blisters and either:
+ you've been in close contact, including sexual contact, with someone who has or might have monkeypox (even if they've not been tested yet) in the past 3 weeks
+ you've been to west or central Africa in the past 3 weeks
If you have an unexplained rash, please contact NHS111 or phone the practice to make an appointment.
Further public information is available - see below.
It is important that patients report adverse reactions and events in relation the medicines, vaccines or medical devices to the Medicines & Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency. This will be key in the case of the deployment of covid-19 vaccinations. However, any reaction to any medicine that has been used for patients with covid-19 should be reported. There is also a seperate reporting tool for non-covid adverse reactions.