National guidelines face covers from 19th July
Despite the relaxation of rules governing face coverings; national guidance still recommends face-masks in health care settings, and we will still require all patients attending the practice to wear a mask unless they are exempt on medical grounds until future notice. Thanks for continuing to help keep our staff and vulnerable patients safe.
Citizens advice Hackney
Citizen advice Hackney are now offering advice for local GP Practices. Click on the link below for more information.
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People grieve in different ways and there is no right or wrong way to react to the death of a colleague, friend or family member.
Many people find it helpful to talk to someone about their feelings.
KeepingWellNEL can help staff working in NHS and health and social care settings across north east London through any difficulties they are facing.
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New Health and Wellbeing Coach service now available
Worried about your health and wellbeing? Are you living with or concerned about developing a health condition?Health Coaches help you to take charge by
- Listening to what’s important to you.
Helping you to build confidence, knowledge and skills to take care of your health and wellbeing.
Working with you to find reliable information and activities.
Connecting you with people who have similar experiences.
Coaches offer support in person, by phone or online
- One-to-one support to get to know what works for you, your hopes and goals and what’s stopping you from taking steps forward, without judgement.
Support to get active, eat well, protect your emotional wellbeing, find or reconnect with interests and support networks.
Help to find advice or guidance for practical day-to-day issues.
Work with your healthcare team, complementing your existing support.
This is a Free Service open to anyone registered with a GP in City and Hackney over the age of 18. You can refer yourself or ask your GP or healthcare worker to refer you.
Not sure if the service can help you? Request a call back for a chat and to find the right support for you.
We are pleased to be able to give our patients the choice of having an online consultation when it is helpful and convenient, but you can still ask for a face-to-face appointment in the normal way when you want to. Online consultations are not an emergency service. If it is a medical emergency call 999. This is when someone is seriously ill or injured and their life is at risk. If you are worried about an urgent medical concern, visit www.111.nhs.uk or call 111 to speak to a fully trained adviser. Online consultations give you a quick, convenient and secure alternative to visiting or phoning your GP surgery
(Site updated 29/09/2021)