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Increase cases of measles

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Measles can spread to other people easily.

Patients who have an appointment to come into the practice should not attend if they have:

  • a fever and a rash; with
  • cold symptoms;
  • or a cough;
  • or red, sore eyes (conjunctivitis)

Please contact the surgery and one of our clinicians will call you back.

For more information on measles, please visit the NHS website.

Hay Fever


Hay Fever Advice

There has been a change in guidelines across the country. The NHS is asking patients to buy hay fever medication directly from the pharmacy.

Tablets, eye drops and nasal sprays are all available at your local pharmacy.

Hay Fever
A runny or blocked nose
Hay Fever
Itchy, red or watery eyes
Hay Fever
Itchy throat, mouth, nose and ears
Hay Fever
Pain around your temples and forehead
Hay Fever
Headache earache
Hay Fever
Feeling tired
Hay Fever
Be short of breath
Hay Fever
Wheeze and cough

Pharmacists dispense your prescriptions, provide a range of services related to specific health issues and can give advice on healthy living and minor ailments.
Find out more

Conduct online consultation

If you have other symptoms and would like to discuss these with one of our clinicians, complete an online consultation via the Dr. iQ app, to avoid waiting for an appointment.