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You should remain at home until 7 days after the onset of your symptoms. After 7 days, if you feel better and no longer have a high temperature, you can return to your normal routine. If you have not had any signs of improvement and have not already sought medical advice, contact NHS 111 online.
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Looking after your wellbeing while staying at home
We know that staying at home for a prolonged period of time can be difficult, frustrating and lonely for some people and that you may feel low. It’s important to remember to take care of your mind as well as your body and to get support if and when you need it. Stay in touch with family and friends over the phone or on social media. There are also sources of support and information that can help.
Due to the ongoing situation we have had to make changes to how you can order your prescriptions. Please ensure you nominate a pharmacy to collect your prescription on your behalf so you do not have to visit the practice.
- Drop the right hand side of your script into the box sitting at our front door, make sure you have ticked off what prescriptions you need, if you do not have the right hand side of your script there is a form you can complete beside the box.
- Send your prescription request to [email protected]
- You can also order your script through our online app ‘Patient Access’ If you have not signed up to this yet please complete the following form and we will email you your information needed to sign up. Due to unprecedented demand please allow 5-10 working days for your details to be emailed.
Please ensure you nominate a pharmacy to collect your prescription on your behalf so you do not have to visit the practice.
PHARMACY FIRST SERVICE FOR SORE THROATS, COLDS & FLU-LIKE ILLNESS – CESSATION OF SERVICE
The is to advise you that the Pharmacy First Service for sore throats, colds & flu-like illness will cease to operate with immediate effect from Monday 16th March 2020.
This decision has been made in light of the revised case definition of Covid-19 as published by Public Health England