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DEAR PATIENTS PLEASE ENSURE YOU ALWAYS WEAR A MASK OR SCARF OR FACE COVERING WHEN VISITING THE PRACTICE THIS HAS BEEN INSTRUCTED BY THE NATIONAL GUIDELINES.

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 Garden City patients

Share your feedback to shape future General Practice care

NHS Bury CCG is carefully considering the longer term plans for Garden City to ensure that the best decision for ongoing medical provision for patients is made.

It is important that this consideration involves you and is informed by your feedback.

You will shortly be receiving a letter from the CCG to update you on the options and next steps and to explain how you can share your feedback by 5th August 2020.   Your feedback will be captured via an online survey, and we have included the link to the survey here for ease: https://www.onecommunitybury.co.uk/gc-medical-centre-feedback

 Thank you in advance for sharing your valued feedback.

Where to go when you are unwell

What to do if you are unwell when the surgery is closed

If you are feeling unwell, please think about which service is the most appropriate to offer you the best help, advice and treatment

Self Care - Treat very minor illnesses, aliments and injuries at home

NHS Choices - Online advice and information www.nhs.uk

NHS 111 - You can call 111 when you need medical help fast but it's not a 999 emergency. NHS 111 is a fast and easy way to get the right help, whatever the time. NHS 111 is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year - you can also visit www.nhs.uk/111/ for more information

Pharmacy - expert advice and treatment for a range of common health problems

Bury and Prestwich Walk In Centres - The Bury Walk-in Centre is for minor injuries and illnesses that require urgent care. This includes things like: ear/nose/throat symptoms, minor cuts and bruises, sprains and strains, abdominal pain, insect and animal bites, rash and urinary tract infections.

Bury WIC:

Bury WIC will be open from 7am to 3pm (*) seven days a week.

Prestwich WIC:

Prestwich WIC will be open from 12pm to 8pm (*) seven days a week.

(*) The last appointment is 30 minutes prior to closing to enable staff to appropriately and effectively assess people.

GP - make your GP practice your first port of call for advice, guidance and treatment.

A&E/999 - A&E departments and the 999 ambulance service should only be used in a critical or life-threatening situation

 

 



 
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