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**Common ailments that can be self managed - see our new section under further information below on the right hand side.**

Important Changes to How we Use Your Information - Section 2 on the right hand side. Please see our Practice Statement of Intent and further information on how we use your  data. You can email our Patient Group on to ask a question or put your point of view.

Welcome to Park House Medical Centre  

We are keen to help patients to understand how to manage their conditions. Here are the 15 Healthcare Essentials for our Diabetic patients. 15 Healthcare Essentials for all Diabetics__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Medical Care When We Are Closed.

Please think of visiting your Pharmacy first. Click here for more information.  Pharmacy First Information 

The NHS Walk In Centre has now closed. Instead there is a new service - see here for details. Urgent Care Centre Information  Please be aware this service is for planned dressings, minor burns and scalds, minor head injury with no loss of consciousness, skin infections and animal bites, suspected broken bones, sprains and strains (X-Ray will be available on-site), eye infections and minor eye injuries. No appointment is needed, just drop in between 7am and 9pm 365 days a year. Please note the Walk-In Service Upper Parliament Stree is now closed. The new Urgent Care Centre now operates from the old Walk In Centre premises. The walk in centre service provided previously has now ceased. Please visit your local pharmacy for a host of medical advice or ring 111. Please avoid A&E if you can.

Remember that A&E and 999 should only be used in emergencies Using them for minor problems or because you have no transport puts other people’s lives at risk and wastes NHS money that could be spent elsewhere. Phoning GP practice or 111 any time will usually result in faster and more appropriate advice and treatment. Arriving at A&E by ambulance does not give you priority over other patients. Please telephone 111 in the first instance or your local pharmacy. 

Click on the blue hyperlink below to acces our Common Childhood Illness handbook:

A Guide to Parents & Carers for children aged 5 and under 

Patient Records Transfer and record sharing.

Click on this link to read how your electronic medical record will move to your new GP Surgery when you register there.   GP2GP transfer of patient records  Click on this link below to read about record sharing. Sharing your medical record

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