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Welcome to the
Bredon Hill Surgery

Dr Kim Tribley, Dr Jeremy Pawley, Dr Simon Hill & Dr Kim Purvis

Main Road
Bredon
Tewkesbury
GL20 7QN

01684 773444


 Please be advised we no longer use have a fax machine.

Please forward all correspondence to sowoccg.bredonhillsurgery@nhs.net

Are you a carer? We need YOUR OPINION - please see the News tab **Dementia leaflets now ava in the waiting room

The Future of the Herefordhsire and Worcestershire NHS CCG ( posted on Jun 20, 2019 )

The CCGs have now launched a public consultation on proposals for the four Herefordshire and Worcestershire CCGs to merge. Attached is the consultation document for your reference and more information will be shared 

Locations of the defibrillators the Parish Council has installed around the parish. ( posted on Jun 20, 2019 )

CHT CPAD Sites - Gloucestershire

CHT Box Number

Access Code

WM Ambulance PIN

Description of CPAD location

Make and Model of AED

Site Name

Address

Post Code

 

 

 

 

 

Bredon Village Hall

Bredon Village Hall Main Road Bredon

GL20 7NQ

CHT-10-405

C123X

 

Outside the entrance to Bredon Village Hall

Powerheart AED G3 (Cardiac Science)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drapers Spar  Bredon

Church Street, Bredon

GL20 7LA

CHT RT-1335

N / A

4566

Outside the entrance to the shop. On left hand side of door.        

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kinsham Telephone Kiosk

Cheltenham Rd  Kinsham

GL20 8HP

CHT RT-1383

N / A

4613

Inside the Former BT Telephone Kiosk

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queensmead Telephone Kiosk

Queensmead
Bredon

GL20 7NF

CHT RT-1382

N / A

4612

Inside the Former BT Telephone Kiosk

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Westmancote Telephone Kiosk

Hill Close              Lower Westmancote

GL20 7ET

CHT RT-1381

N / A

4616

Inside the Former BT Telephone Kiosk

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bredon Cricket Club,Westmancote

Bredon Cricket Club, Hill Close, Westmancote

GL20 7EU

CHT RT-1334

N / A

4700

Outside the building on the right hand side of the main entrance.

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bredon's Norton Village Hall

Bredon's Norton Village Hall

GL20 7EZ

CHT RT-1384

N / A

????

In the Open Porch of the Village Hall.

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bredons Hardwick  Cross Keys Pub

Bredons Hardwick  Cross Keys Pub

 

 

N / A

????

Outside the left hand side of Pub

Life Line AED (DefibTech)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breast Screening ( posted on Jun 13, 2019 )

Women between the ages of 47-49 and over the age of 70 can self-refer to the breast screening programme. Bredon Hill Surgery uses Hereford and Worcester screening service (http://www.bscreen.org.uk)

The NHS Breast Screening Programme began in 1988. It provides free breast screening every three years for all women aged 50 and over. A randomised trial evaluating the effects of extending the age range for breast screening is now underway. This means women aged 47-49 and 71-73 may receive an invitation for screening. Women in these age ranges who do not receive an invitation can contact us to request an appointment.

The Breast Screening service can be contacted on

wah-tr.herefordandworcesterbreastscreening@nhs.net or phone 01527 488 055. 

Victim Support ( posted on Jun 6, 2019 )

The services are free, copnfidential and Available to everyone, whether or not a crime has been reported and regardless of when it happened.

 

If you have been a victim of any crime or have been affected by a crime committed against someone you know, Victim Support can offer emotional and practical support and help you beyond crime and help you get your life back.

 

Contact 01905 726896

or e-mail westmercia.varc@victimesupport.org.uk

 

https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/

 

Victim Advice Line (West Mercia) 0800 952 3000

A Little Trip to the Dentist ( posted on May 27, 2019 )

Every 10 minutes a child in England is admitted to hospital to havd a rotten tooth removed.

 

Tooth decay can start very early and cause pain, sleepless nights and days off work and school so starting babies' healthy dental routines early is key to preventing decay and it can begin with a little trip to the dentist even before their first tooth has come through.

 

Depending on how a baby is feeding , a dentist may not always be able to see in theor mouth. That's ok as there are plenty of other benefits to early check-ups.

 

Famalies can get advice on keeping gums, teeth and mouths healthy at key stages in a baby's development such as moving on to solids or moving on to cups and teething. Dentists can give tips on getting the best from tooth brushing, advice on sugar, healthy eating and drinking and also offer treatmenst to prevent decay. They can also advise on when a baby's first teeth might come through and what to expect when they do.

 

Not only that, a little trip to the dentist helps babies and young children get used to the sights, sounds and smells of the dental practice. This is vital in making sure they feel comfortable at the dentist as they grow older.

 

Seeing an NHS denstist is free for babies as well as children and young people under 18, pregnant women and mums who have had a baby in the last 12 months.

https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/dentists/how-to-find-an-nhs-dentist

Events ( posted on May 21, 2019 )

 

 

The Tea Service - Every week

Carers - we need YOUR OPINION ( posted on May 16, 2019 )

Do you provide care for a relative, friend, neighbour or work in domiciliary care or a nursing home?

 

The Surgery and PPG would like to know if you would be interested in attending a carer’s event(s) at the surgery.

 

We would like to canvass for opinion and then dependent on your feedback arrange event(s) to provide help and support.

 

If you are interested and would like to provide any feedback on information and support you feel you need to support you please e-mail the surgery and we will collate the information.

 

SOWOCCG.bredonhillsurgery@nhs.net - please copy and paste this e-mail address

 

Getting Carers Connected
Carers Week 10-16th June 2019 
  
In England 5.5 million people provide care, unpaid, to a family member or friend who has a disability, mental or physical illness, substance misuse issue, or who needs extra help as they grow older.
  
We have various leaflets available in the surgery waiting room and useful links on this site
The Alzheimer's Society offer a service in Gloucestershire. The Dementia Advisors can help you find what local support is best for you.
They provide tailored information and advice, can assist you to link up with local professionals and services and provide support
Contact 01452 525222

 


Event ‘ Living Well, With and Beyond Cancer’ ( posted on May 9, 2019 )

This is to be held on Thursday 20th June at Evesham Community Hospital and is an information and activity day for patients, carers and Staff. It is 9am-4pm and Lunch/refreshments are provided. 

 

Click here for details

Your Data Matters ( posted on Apr 16, 2019 )

Information about your helth and care help the NHS to iomprove your individual care, spped up diagnosis, plan your local services and speed up new treatments.

 

In May2018, the strict rules about how this data can and cannot be used were strengthened. The NHS is commited to keeping patient information safe and always being clear about how it is used.

 

You can choose if your confidential data is used for research and planning

 

To find out more you can visit https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters

 

Or click here

 

District Nurses ( posted on Apr 9, 2019 )

If you require a district nurse to visit please contact :

 

Neighbourhood Team

 

01386 502028

 

GP Earnings 2017/2018 ( posted on Apr 4, 2019 )

 

 

Income after removal of excluded items per guidance notes

£727,387

Expenditure after removal of excluded items per guidance notes                                                   

£530,059

Net earnings for reporting purposes   

£172,520

Total number of GPs party to contract for at least six months in 2017/18 * 

                            4

Reportable net earnings per GP

£43,130

 

 

All GP practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working

to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.

 

The average pay for GPs working in Bredon Hill Surgery in the last financial year was £43,130

before tax and National Insurance. This is for 2 full time GPs and 2 part time GPs who worked

in the practice for more than six months.

Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS) Self Referral ( posted on Mar 14, 2019 )

MECS is an NHS funded service. The service provides patients experiencing recently occurring medical eye conditions with the appropriate treatment.

The service is provided by local optometrists at approved opticians with the specialist knowledge and skills to carry out this work.

 

Which medical eye conditions can be treated by MECS?

  • Reduction in vision in one or both eyes
  • Red eye(s)
  • pain and/or discomfort in the eyes, around the eye area or temples
  • Recent onset or sudden increase in flashing lights and/or floaters in one or both eyes
  • Suspected foreign body in the eye 

If you are unsure whether your symptoms qualify for the criteria, please contact one of the approved opticians listed below.

 

How do I access MECS?

Please see the list of opticians below. Please be advised that your normal optometrist may not choose to offer this service.

You can contact any of the approved opticians (below) directly (self-refer) to make an appointment and ask to be seen under MECS. Alternatively, if you make an appointment to see your GP, he or she may refer you to the optometrist.

 

What happens when I see the optometrist?

The optometrist will discuss your eye history, any symptoms you may be experiencing, and any related medical history. You will receive an eye assessment relevant to your symptoms.

 

Please take a list of current medications and your glasses with you to the appointment.

 

As a result of the consultation you may be:

  • Given apporpriate treatment by the optometrist, this may include a follow-up appointment
  • Referred to your GP for appropriate treatment if your eye condition is related to your general health
  • Referred directly to the hospital eye service if you eye condition is more serious.

Following your appointment, the optometrist will notify your GP of the outcome of the consultation in order to ensure your medical records are updated.

 

Additional informtion:

  • You may not be able to drive immediately after your MECS examination
  • This service does not replace your routine eye examination. A sight test will not be provided as part of the assessment or treatment and you will not be issued with a prescription for glasses.
If you have any of the following conditions you must go directly to A&E:
  • Sudden loss of vision in one or both eyes
  • Considerable eye pain
  • Significant trauma, such as a penertrating injury or lacerations to the eye(s) or lid(s)
  • Chemical eye injury or burns
  • Problems arising from recent eye surgery

If you have any eye condition which is being monitered by your optometrist or hospital eye service (such as cataracts, glaucoma or dry eye) this will not be covered by MECS.

 

 

List of Opticians providing MECS

 

Town/City Practice Name Address Telephone Number
Worcester Actons Opticians 10 Cornmarket, WR1 2DR 01905 22156
Boots Opticians 72-74 High Street, WR1 2EU 01905 25613
Brauchil Opticians 7St Swithins Street, WR1 2PY 01905 26193
Geoffrey Roberts 38 St Johns, WR2 5AJ 01905 423217
Specs Express Opticians 10 St Swithins Street, WR2 2PS 01905 613037
Specsavers Opticians 64 Broad Street, WR1 3LY 01905 729779
Worcster Eyecare 91 Sidbury, WR1 3LY 01905 863585
Alvechurch J & D Masons Optoicians 23 The Square, B48 7LA 0121 4478682
Bewdley Perrigo Opticians 25 Load Street, DY12 2AE 01299 403722
Bewdley Boots Opticians 64 High Street, B61 8EX 01527 872583
Chapman Opticians 103 High Street, B61 8AE 01527 836290
Eyecare Opticians BHI Parkside, Stourbridge Road, B61 0AZ 01857 888599
Eyedeal Eyecare 46 High Street, B61 8HQ 01527 579777
Specsavers  131 High Street, B61 8AE 01527 579815
Bromyard Andrew Jelley Opticians 34 High Street,HR7 7AE 01885 488259
Droitwich Spa Boots Opticians 52 St Andrew Square, WR9 8HE 01905 774661
Robert Ellin Opticians 41 Ombersley Square, WR9 8QS 01905 773054
Specsavers Opticians 10 St Andrews Square, WR9 8HE 01905 790660
Evesham James Osborne Opticians 1-3 Swan Lane, WR11 4PA 01386 47997
Specsavers Opticians 24 Bridge Street, WR11 4RR 01386 423301
Kiddiminster Boots Opticians Unit 15 Weavers Wharf, DY10 1AA 01562 824474
C G Stephens Opticians 2 Church Street, DY10 2AD 01562 822803
Chapman and Myers 5 Vicar Street, DY10 1DE 01562 822276
Edmund Proctor Associates 20 Birmingham Road, DY10 2BX 01562 745850
Specsavers Opticians 2 Coventry Street, DY10 2DG 01562 823552
Ledbury John and Diane Miller 27 High Street, HR8 1DS 01531 632290
Malvern Holland Opticians 16 Graham Road, WR14 2HL 01684 573942
John and Diane Miller Chartwell House, WR14 2AZ 01684 564766
Specsavers Opticians Malvern Retail Psrk, Roman Way, WR14 1PZ 01684 567465
Tromans Family Eyecare 255 Worcester Road, WR14 1AA 01684 565145
Waller and Waller Opticians Lambert House, Edith Walk, WR14 4QH 01684 892727
Pershore Pershore Eyecare Centre 16 Bridge Street, WR10 1AT 01386 555675
Peter Smith Opticians 14 High Street, WR10 1BG 01386 553922
Redditch Bainbridge Opticians 14 Kingfisher Walk, B97 4EY 01527 64691
Boots Opticians Kingfisher Centre, 7 Kingfisher Walk. B97 4PY 01527 63068
Eyedeal Eyecare 9 Evesham Street, B97 4ET 01527 68777
Specsavers Unit 14 New Walk, Kingfisher Centre, B97 4YP 01527 595558
Winyates Unit 8, 17 Winyates Centre, B98 0NR 01527 529010
Stourbridge Julian Hill Opticians 108 Hagley Road, DY8 1QU 01384 374232
Hagley Eyecare Studio 41 The Old Wood Yard, Hagley Hall, DY9 9LQ 01562 887138
Tewkesbury Specsavers 3 Bishops Walk, GL20 5LQ 01684 273027
       
  Please be advised there may be additional Opticians offering MECS - If you have any queries please ask at reception
       

 


Smoking Cessation ( posted on Feb 12, 2019 )

Do you need help to quit?

 

For help and advice there are various websites you can visit including: (Please be advised the link opens using Goggle Chrome)

https://www.nhs.uk/oneyou/for-your-body/quit-smoking

You can get a free personal plan to help you quit

https://www.nhs.uk/smokefree

https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/quit-smoking/nhs-stop-smoking-services

Stop smoking treatments

If you want to stop smoking, any pharmacy can advise you on products to help you beat your addiction and reduce withdrawal symptoms.

The best treatment for you will depend on your personal preference, your age, whether you're pregnant or breastfeeding and any medical conditions you have. 

 

An example of something that may be recommended is:

 

Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT)

The main reason that people smoke is because they are addicted to nicotine.

NRT is a medication that provides you with a low level of nicotine, without the tar, carbon monoxide and other poisonous chemicals present in tobacco smoke.

It can help reduce unpleasant withdrawal effects, such as bad moods and cravings which may occur when you stop smoking.

Where to get it and how to use it

NRT can be bought from pharmacies and some shops. 

It's available as:

  • skin patches
  • chewing gum
  • inhalators (which look like plastic cigarettes)
  • tablets, oral strips and lozenges
  • nasal and mouth spray

Patches release nicotine slowly. Some are worn all the time and some should be taken off at night. Inhalators, gum and sprays act more quickly and may be better for alleviating cravings.

There's no evidence that any single type of NRT is more effective than another. But there is good evidence to show that using a combination of NRT is more effective than using a single product.

Often the best way to use NRT is to combine a patch with a faster acting form such as gum, inhalator or nasal spray.

Treatment with NRT usually lasts 8-12 weeks, before you gradually reduce the dose and eventually stop.

Who can use it

Most people are able to use NRT, including:

  • adults and children over 12 years of age – although children under 18 shouldn't use the lozenges without getting medical advice first
  • pregnant women – your doctor may suggest NRT if they think it would help you quit; 
  • breastfeeding women – your doctor can advise you how to do this safely

Always read the packet or leaflet before using NRT to check whether it's suitable for you.

Sometimes it may be advisable to get medical advice first, for example if you have kidney or liver problems, or you've recently had a heart attack or a stroke.

Possible side effects

Side effects of NRT can include:

  • skin irritation when using patches
  • irritation of nose, throat or eyes when using a nasal spray
  • difficulty sleeping (insomnia) sometimes with vivid dreams
  • an upset stomach
  • dizziness
  • headaches

Any side effects are usually mild. But if they're particularly troublesome, get some advice from a pharmacist or your GP

11-19 years old - text your school nurse ( posted on Jan 31, 2019 )

Click here for the number and further details if you feel you need help and support

Don't wait until it gets worse, ask your pharmacy team first ( posted on Jan 25, 2019 )

Bredon Hill Surgery has a clinical pharmacist, Sofia Tasleem. You can book an appointment by contacting reception. 

 

If you prefer you can contact/visit a high street pharmacy.

 

Pharmacists are qualified healthcare professionals with the clinical know-how to give you the help you need. They can assess minor illness and recommend the right treatment, whether it be over-the-counter medicines, a few days rest or a bit of reassurance

 

Pharmacists can help with many aspects of healthcare. They provide healthy living services and support to help you quit smoking, reduce alcohol consumption and lose weight.

 

They are the right people to see with minor health concerns such as:

sore throats, coughs, colds and flu, tummy troubles, teething, red eyes, constipation and diarrhoea and many other minor concerns

 

For more information and to help you find your nearest pharmacist, visit

https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/pharmacies

Have your say - Help shape a prevention and early intervention service for children and young people aged 0-19 and their families ( posted on Jan 22, 2019 )

 

0-19 Prevention Services

We want all children and young people in Worcestershire to live healthy, happy and fun filled lives and to reach their full potential. We also want to improve outcomes and reduce the demand for more specialist services. To achieve this we need our services for children, young people and families to help prevent problems occurring in the first place and to identify problems early or as they emerge so they don’t get any worse.

 

We are commissioning a prevention and early intervention service for children and young people aged 0-19 and their families. The new service will provide a single joined up service to include:

•Health Visitor services: who carry out child development checks for pre-school children and additional support when needed

•School Health services: who work with children and young people aged 5-19 and additional support when needed

•parent and family information and advice

•groups, activities and support within community settings

•parenting support

 

We are asking for your views to help shape the new 0-19 prevention service.  We want to hear from parents, children and young people as well as professionals and practitioners working with children, young people & families.

Please complete our on-line survey and promote and circulate widely amongst your organisation/service. http://www.worcestershire.gov.uk/0to19servicesurvey

Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust ( posted on Jan 22, 2019 )

3 out of 4 women take up their smear test

Don’t delay booking yours when the surgery invites you

 

For further advice: 

Go online to:  https://www.jostrust.org.uk/

Telephone 0808 802 8000

 

Registered in England and Wales Company Limited by Guarantee: 7111375

Charity Number: 11335421133542

Registered Scottish Charity Number: SCO41236

 

 

Are you aged 12-17?

You can reduce the risk of cervical cancer

Get the HPV vaccine to help protect you against cervical cancer

 

For further details please ask a nurse

Bereavement Advice Centre ( posted on Oct 22, 2018 )

There are many practical issues to manage when somene dies. Bereavement Advice Centre can offer you support and advice on what you need to do next.

 

The service can provide help with 

  • what to do first when someone dies
  • how to register a death
  • finding a funeral director
  • probate and other legal procedures
  • money and tax issues
  • finding support

Call freephone 0800 082 1215 or visit www.bereavementadvice.org

 

The service can also provide help with probate, tax and benefits

 

Probate

  • What is probate?
  • Do I need probate?
  • What choices do I have and how much will it cost?

Tax

  • Do I need to pay tax?
  • What type of tax?
  • Who do I contact?

Benefits

  • What types of bereavement benefits are available?
  • Am I eligable for these benefits?

 

A practical guide leaflet from the Bereavement Advice Service is available in the surgery

Advice - do you have a urinary Tract Infection (UTI)? ( posted on Aug 10, 2018 )

Please click here to find out when you should contact a doctor and for further details of the treatment

Counselling Directory Service ( posted on Aug 10, 2018 )

Counselling Directory is a confidential service that encourages those in need to seek help. People can visit our website, enter their postcode and find a qualified counsellor or psychotherapist nearby who specialises in the area of need. Our site also serves as an information hub for people to read mental health-related articles and news, as well as to find local events.



Counselling Directory
e: melissa@counselling-directory.org.uk
w: www.counselling-directory.org.uk
t: 0844 803 0252

fb: www.facebook.com/CounsellingDirectory
tw: www.twitter.com/Counselling_UK

 

Macmillan - Move More Worcestershire ( posted on Jun 15, 2018 )

Move More Worcestershire

 

Over the past eighteen months Macmillan Move More has been working with Macmillan to support people living with and beyond cancer to become more active.  So far, Move More Worcestershire has engaged with over 100 patients and supported them in their physical activity journey.

 

The programme provides specialised, individual support starting with a one to one consultation with the Physical Activity Co-ordinator at a time and location to suit the individual.  The meeting will:

 

-          look at what becoming more active could mean for quality of life

-          help overcome some of the concerns around getting active

-          help identify goals and barriers

-          help identify activities the individual would enjoy that are appropriate to   their capabilities and lifestyle

-          Sign post them to local activity opportunities.

 

Ongoing support is provided for 12 months, as required.  This could be in the form of further face-to-face meetings, telephone calls or texts.

 

This programme will be funded until October 2019

 

If you would like to talk to us about how we can support you, or you would like any more information about the service, please contact Diana Fox, Move More Physical Activity Co-ordinator, on 01905 855 498 or email movemoreworcestershire@worc.ac.uk.

 

Diane is level 4 Cancer Rehabilitation qualified and has personal experience of using exercise as a way to help with a cancer diagnosis.

 

Patients often feel more confident in getting in touch with our service when recommended by someone in a health setting and if you wish you can discuss this with your doctor. 

 

 

 

 

 

Immunisations for foreign travel ( posted on Mar 20, 2018 )

Please be advised that from 1st April 2018 only NHS travel vaccinations (Tetnus, Diptheria, Polio, Hepatitus A, Thyroid) will be given at the surgery. If your travel intinary requires you to have other vaccinations and advice AND/OR you are travelling within the next 6 weeks then you may be advised to go to a travel clinic.

 

If you are travelling abroad:

 

Please complete a travel form available from reception (1 per person) or on this website (surgery newsletters and downloadable forms section)

 

Return the completed form to the surgery - this needs to be at least 6 weeks before your travel date, so that any vaccinations required can be given in time.

 

On returning the form to the surgery you will be asked to make a telephone appointment with a practice nurse. The nurse will ring you and discuss your vaccinations and if necessary advise if you need to use the services of a local travel clinic.

 

To find the nearest travel clinic please go to the website www.bewareofthe bugs.com

 

We can provide a print out of any previous vaccinations you may have had at your request - please contact reception

Stroke Association information ( posted on Dec 19, 2017 )

Please click here for details re stroke recovery and act F A S T

Physiotherapy (SELF REFERRAL) - Evesham Community Hospital ( posted on Dec 13, 2017 )

If you wish to be seen by a physiotherapist please go to the ’ Move to Improve website’. There is a self referral form to complete and your request will go straight to the hospital for review.

 

The Musculoskeletal self-referral form is only for MSK conditions, not Women’s Health, Neuro physio domiciliary etc. Please ask your GP for advice if you are unsure

 

http://www.hacw.nhs.uk/our-services/physiotherapy/move-to-improve/

 

 

Headspace - Give the gift of 5 minutes today ( posted on Nov 21, 2017 )

The British Medical Association (BMA) has launched a campaign to highlight the importance of looking after yourself while working under winter pressures.

 

Helping yourself remain mentally healthy and fit it vital. With the help of free mindfulness and meditation previews from Headspace, always try to give yourself five minutes during your break.

 

If you ever find yourself struggling to cope, or just need to talk to someone, contact BMA counselling or the Doctors Advisor Service on 0330 123 1245

 

For more information, including two month's free access to the mindfulness app Headspace, as well as links to the BMA's counselling and Doctor advice service, more details are available at www.BMA.org.uk/advice/work-life-support

Health Visitor and children's drop in clinics ( posted on Nov 14, 2017 )

Susan Ricketts has recently taken over the role. She is based at Pershore Health Centre and can be contacted on 01386 502068 between 8.30-4.30pm

 

Other heath visitors : Breda Coffey and Caroline Carey

 

Please pick up a guide for parents to be and those with children up to school age from the surgery

 

You can also access advice on the Health Vistors telephone advice line 0300 123 9551 

Monday-Friday 8.00am - 16.00

 

Pershore/Evesham Health Visiting Clinics - Drop In

 

Tuesday 10.00 - 12.00pm Pershore Medical Centre Pracetice, Community Meeting room, Queen Elizabeth Road, Pershore, WR10 1PX

 

Evesham Christian Vale Centre (Merstow Green) Tuesday 10.00 - 11.15am

 

Evesham Adventure Playground (Woodend by Morrison's)

Wednesday 10.00 - 11.30am

 

Tewkesbury/Gloucestershire Health Visting Clinics

 

Noah's Ark Children's Centre, York Road, Tewkesbury GL20 5HU

Thursday 1 - 2pm (every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month)

 

Northway/Ashchurch Children's Centre, Virgina Road, Tewkesbury, GL20 8PT

Monday 10.00-11.00AM (1st and 3rd Monday of every month)

Changes to contraceptive services for the over 25's ( posted on Oct 17, 2017 )

 

There is no longer funding for patients aged over 25 to be seen for contraceptive services at Tewkesbury Hospital, The Milsom Centre Cheltenham, nor Gloucester Hope House.

 

"If you are over 25 years old and require routine contraception, the Specialist Service may direct you to your GP. This includes requests for the contraceptive pill, injections, and the fitting and removal of coils and implants. All GP practices have nurses and doctors trained to provide contraception.

If you are seeing your GP for the contraceptive pill, please take your current pill packet with you so they know which brand you are using.

Remember to plan ahead and contact your GP to make an appointment before your prescription is due. If you are using the contraceptive pill, and are unable to get an appointment with your GP, a pharmacy can provide you with a month’s supply to tide you over. Please take a strip of your current pill with you."

 

For further information: NHS Choices http://www.nhs.uk/chq/Pages/1011.aspx?CategoryID=73

 

You will require a referral from your GP to still be seen at the clinics and for coil/implant fittings.

 

If you require further detaials of the GP Practices offering the services or require a referral please contact reception

Dr Tribley can remove a coil  but cannot replace them _________________________________________________________________________________

 

If you are under 25 these services are offered by the practice within normal surgery hours.  Please make an appointment at reception. Also family Planning consultations may be available at Cheltenham General Hospital or Tewkesbury Hospital, you can contact them directly.


Please telephone 0300 422 2374 to arrange an appointment


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