COMPUTER UPGRADE & REPEAT PRESRIPTIONS
The Stennack Surgery is getting a new computer system & need your help....
If you are due to order your repeat medication between the Fri 22nd May - Tue 2nd June please order your repeat medication in your normal way - but please try to do this before Fri 22nd May to help the Stennack Surgery Team during our computer system upgrade.
Your repeat medication will only be ready to collect at your normal due date however - so please don’t try to collect your repeat medication early.
If you would not normally order your repeat medication until after Tue 2nd June you DO NOT need to order early and can just order in your normal way after 2nd June.
Please be aware that ‘The Waiting Room’ service will be suspended from 22nd May until further notice. From 22nd May onwards please contact your chosen pharmacy or the prescription line (01736 793333 and select option 1) to make your requests.
Thanks for your continued support.
MEDICINE WHILST MAINTAINING SOCIAL DISTANCING
Life has changed dramatically in the last few weeks in every walk of life. We at The Stennack Surgery have made significant changes to how we deliver healthcare whilst trying to keep our patients and staff safe and protected from Coronavirus/COVID 19.
We remain open for business. We shall be working more "remotely" to maintain our social distance. We are increasing online services. Medications can be ordered online or via phone. Consultations where possible will taken on the phone or via a video consultation, we can still see you if we need to. Blood tests are happening via a window into the nurses room. Keeping you in the fresh air.
Please explore the website, the changes and ways to access help are explained throughout.
Want advice from your Doctor, access self-help information or have an administrative request? Please click on the link/image below.
Why not try eConsult a secure electronic service which is accessible 24:7.
PLEASE BE AWARE - e-Consult is a non-urgent service, we aim to respond to all requests within two working days.
PLEASE BE AWARE - eConsult is a non-urgent service, we aim to respond to all requests within two working days.PLEASE BE AWARE - eConsult is a non-urgent service, we aim to respond to all requests within two working days.PLEASE BE AWARE - eConsult is a non-urgent service, we aim to respond to all requests within two work
COVID-19: RESOURCES & ACTIVITIES
Citizens Advice Cornwall Newsletter - Spring 2020
COVID-19 Social Prescribing Directory
COVID-19 Social Prescribing Directory - PENWITH
MY HOUSE ROCKS
For useful educational resources visit My House Rocks - The website hosts an array of activities and classes for children to complete which helps to keep their little minds occupies throughout lock down.
CARING FOR PATIENTS WITH COVID-19 IN HOSPITAL
Unfortunately some of us will have family members who are admitted to hospital due to COVID-19.
The exceptional circumstances that we are likely to face will result in families being separated at this time. This NHS leaflet will cover…
- Caring for COVID-19 patients
- Patients with COVID-19 who become increasingly unwell
- Caring for yourself while your family member is unwell
- End of life care
NHS - Caring for patients with COVID-19 in hospital
CORNWALL HOSPICE COMMUNITY CARE
VIRTUAL COMMUNITY FRIENDSHIP CAFÉ & VIDEO CALLS
Feeling socially isolated, caring for someone, copying with a long-term illness or recently bereaved?
Members of the Cornwall Hospice Community Care Team are available to support, advise and signpost you to useful resources.
Since the closure of their Community Friendship Cafe due to COVID-19, the team have began to offer video calls and have launched a private Virtual group via Facebook. The virtual space enables you to gain...
- Support and information
- A place to share experiences
- Wellbeing activities
- Bereavement support
- Virtual friendships
If this is something you or someone you know may be interested in please check it out. Alternatively you can contact the Cornwall Hospice Care Team via telephone 01726 829874 or email email@example.com
Virtual Community Friendship Cafe Facebook Group
Cornwall Hospice Care - Video Calls
If you're pregnant, you may be unsure how COVID-19 can affect you, your baby and your pregnancy care.
It is important that you continue to attend your antenatal appointments and seek advice from your midwife.
If you begin to develop symptoms of COVID-19, please speak to your midwife who will advise what to do.
For more information please visit the NHS website.
COVID-19 Planning your birth
COVID-19 - Looking after you and your baby
COVID-19 - Parent information
ILLNESS IN NEWBORN BABIES
If you have any concerns regarding the health of you child please do not hesitate to contact us on 01737 793333 - We are here to help and support you.
If you require intervention while to Surgery is closed please contact NHS 111, OOH (Out Of Hours) or in the event of an emergency always contact 999.
Babies crying is normal and it will soon stop – YOU CAN COPE!
During this challenging time stress levels at home may be increased. For guidance please follow the ICON guidance for coping with crying.
I - Infant crying is normal
C - Comforting methods can help
O - It’s OK to walk away
N - Never, ever shake a baby
Please remember there is always someone who can help and support you, this may include your family, friends, Midwife, GP or Health Visitor.
ICON - Infant crying and how to cope
SEAFIT PROGRAMME - HELPING FISHERMEN STAY SEAFIT
COVID-19 - Stay SeaFit
NEEDLE EXCHANGE/SAFER INJECTING SERVICE CORNWALL
During the COVID-19 pandemic, it is the intention of We Are With You to continue the needle exchange service with little disruption.
For more information on the drop in clinics/the click and collect service, please view the attached document.
Needle Exchange - COVID-19
(Site updated 22/05/2020)