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Cervical Screening

Cervical Screening (Smear Tests).  Normal supply of testing kits has been resumed and we are now, once again, able to make appointments for Cervical Screening for eligible patients.

Temporary reduction in Nurse’s appointments

Due to staff shortages we regret we shall be reducing the number of appointments available with our Practice Nurses at both Morland Surgery and Holmwood Health Centre. This will affect our Travel Clinics especially and you may be directed to a travel health clinic elsewhere.

Boots and Superdrug offer this service in their larger stores and other providers are available.

We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and hope to resume our normal service as soon as possible.

Spotting the signs of sepsis -see video guide on Child Health page

Notice to all male patients 65 and over

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening (AAA) is being offered to all male patients who reach the age of 65 this year.  If you are eligible, you will receive an invitation in the post.  Please see this poster for more details.

If you are over 65 and have not had a scan or AAA surgery previously you can refer yourself by calling 01784 884859

Changes in prescribing Gluten Free products

Please read the guideline changes here

Connect to Support Hampshire

directory of services available to adults in Hampshire

 

Teenagers & young people

Listening to you and treating what you say in confidence is really important to us.

However, we are also concerned about your safety and we might need to discuss your issues with someone else.  If this happens we will always talk about this with you first

If you prefer to see a male or female doctor please let us know and we will do all we can to arrange this for you.

 

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