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Self Care WeekSelf Care Week

This week is Self-Care week, it runs from 16th-20th November, it is an annual national awareness week that focuses on supporting self-care across communities, families and generations.  We want to support our patients to look after their own health and empower individuals to self-care as this has many benefits to their short term and long term health.  Please find the link to the Self-Care page https://wolverhamptonccg.nhs.uk/your-health-services/self-care

 Time to think about getting a Flu injection.

INFORMATION ABOUT OUR FLU CLINICS

Invites  are going out  from the 5th September  Via Text message and letters from the  16th September

 

 

Patient s  over 65s clinics are starting the week beginning 23rd September

The over 65 yrs vaccine is recommended for those who become 65yr before 31.3.2020 (thus a few will still be 64 at the time)

 

At risk group from age 18yrs-64yrs is 14th October

 Information to follow regarding Childrens Flu clinics

 

 We look forward to seeing you in the practice

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Young People Services

We will not discuss any details of your visit with anybody else unless you give us permission to do so.

You are also welcome to book confidential appointments with a doctor where you will have the opportunity to discuss, amongst other things, dietary and skin conditions, drugs and alcohol, contraception and sexual health.

Free Chlamydia Screening for Under-25s

We are now offering free Chlamydia screening for patients under the age of 25 within the surgery. Come into the surgery and ask one of our receptionists for a Chlamydia test pack, then simply follow the instructions in the pack and bring it back to reception. Your test results will not be disclosed to anybody who is not directly involved in the Chlamydia Screening Programme, including us at the surgery - unless of course you wish to be treated here.

For more information on the 'RU SURE?' Chlamydia Screening Programme visit this link: http://www.rusureblackcountry.nhs.uk/

 
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