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Norovirus update, 11 March 2024

Cases of sickness and diarrhoea (norovirus) are rising and impacting local hospitals.

  • If you or your family have symptoms, please do not visit a healthcare setting.
  • Get better at home with simple self-care.
  • Stay off school or work until you have not been sick or had diarrhoea for at least 2 days. This is when you are most infectious.

Self-care tips:

  • stay at home and get plenty of rest
  • drink lots of fluids
  • take paracetamol if you're in discomfort

wash your hands with soap and water often (hand gel is not effective against norovirus)

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Online Consult

We have now launched our NEW Online Consultion Software, the new way to consult online directly with the Stennack Surgery team.
To Contact the Stennack Surgery team Directly Please Click Here >>>

 

Online Health & Well Being Information

Alternatively you may wish to find out about Health & Wellbeing online using the NHS Website www.nhs.uk to access information & advice on health conditions, symptoms, healthy living, medicines & how to get help

 

STAFF TRAINING AFTERNOON

Due to essential staff training, the surgery will be closed for the afternoon of Wednesday 22nd May 2024, from 1:00pm onwards. If you require an urgent appointment, please call 01736 793333, where external support will assist you with your concern.

If you are unable to call and wish to use non-verbal communication, please email stennacksurgery@nhs.net for urgent queries or concerns that cannot wait until 8:30am on Friday 26th April 2024.

Thank you for your understanding 

Patient Access

If you would like to easily order your repeat medications, access parts of your medical records and access our Online Consult, then start your registration to Patient Access by clicking on the image on the left or call our Admin Team on 01736 793333

 

Zero Tolerance Campaign for Health Service Staff

The Practice supports the government's 'Zero Tolerance' campaign for Health Service Staff. This states that GPs and their staff have a right to care for others without fear of being attacked or abused. To successfully provide these services a mutual respect between all the staff and patients has to be in place. 

In order for us as GP practice to maintain good relations with our patients we would like to ask all of our patients to read and take note of the types of behaviour that would be found unacceptable: 

  • Using bad language or swearing at practice staff
  • Any physical violence towards any member of the Primary Health Care Team or other patients, such as pushing or shoving
  • Verbal abuse towards the staff 
  • We ask you to treat all of our staff courteously at all times

At Stennack we are here to help and aim to be as polite and helpful as possible, even during difficult times.

Thank you for being a polite, understanding patient of Stennack Surgery. 

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