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2018 Flu Campaign

Drop in clinics for flu vaccinations will be held each Monday at Stanhope Health Centre between 5.00 and 6.00 pm.  No need to book, if you are entitled to an NHS flu vaccination just call in.

You can also call in (no appointment needed) at one of our dedicated flu clincs at :-

Wolsingham- 9 and 16 October 9.00 to 11.00 am

St John's Chapel surgery - 9, 16, 23 & 30 October 4.00 - 5.00 pm

For more information or to check if you are entitled to a free vaccination go to www.nhs.uk and search "flu".

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2018 Flu Campaign

Drop in clinics for flu vaccinations will be held each Monday at Stanhope Health Centre between 5.00 and 6.00 pm.  No need to book, if you are entitled to an NHS flu vaccination just call in.

You can also book an appointment at one of our dedicated flu clincs at :-

Wolsingham- 8 and 16 October 9.00 to 11.00 am

St John's Chapel surgery - 9, 16, 23 & 30 October 4.00 - 5.00 pm

For more information or to check if you are entitled to a free vaccination go to www.nhs.uk and search "flu".

 For updates on our chosen charity for 2018 please go to our Practice Charity Page.

      For update on Transport, please go to our Patient Transport Page.

Weardale Practice Survey

Have your say by completing the Weardale Practice Survey here before 12th October 2018.

Job Opportunity 

An opportunity has arisen for a relief cleaner at our Wolsingham Branch. Please ask for further details and an application pack either by phone 01388 528555 or by calling in at any of our surgeries. 

Stroke Rehabillitation Survery

The three Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) covering County Durham and Darlington are looking to gather the views from patients who have experienced a stroke and / or their families/carers, to help us to provide a service that delivers care closer to home where possible and more continuity of care.

 The review is looking at the current pathway which includes the specialist stroke rehabilitation provision at Bishop Auckland Hospital, as well as rehabilitation provision outside the hospital in the community.

 The engagement activity will begin on Thursday 4th October until Friday 9th November and will include speaking to patients who are currently on the stroke wards at Bishop Auckland Hospital and University Hospital of North Durham and those who have recently been discharged.

 We will also be attending established stroke groups within the community to talk to stroke survivors to gather feedback on their experiences. We will be discussing options around new ways of providing care to stroke patients which would enhance their experience.

 If you have recently experienced a stroke or are a family member/carer for someone who has, and would like give your views on your experience of the rehabilitation services, please click the link to take part in a survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/CDDstrokerehabONLINE

 If you need assistance in completing the survey, would like a paper copy or require the survey in an alternative format, please contact Tina Balbach on 0191 371 3245 or email: tina.balbach@nhs.net

Children's Health Information

Child Health App

Child Health Useful Links

Durham Dales Out Of Hours Services

Improving Services for Dementia Patients

 

SMS Services

Do we have your correct mobile number?

Have we got your permission to use it?

If so we would like to be able to text you reminding you of appointments and be able to cancel appointments

All in a bid to reduce DNAs!

For further information Please speak to a member of staff today!

 

Diabetes

Diabetes UK Info

 Diabetes Patient Bulletin

 
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