Help Us Help You – Please continue to access services when you need them

It has been reported nationally that during the pandemic there has been a significant decrease in people accessing NHS services, including primary and secondary care, for a range of conditions that are not related to coronavirus.

In particular this appears to be impacting adults and children attending at A&E departments for urgent and emergency medical issues (including for serious conditions such as stroke and heart attacks); cancer patients attending their ongoing treatments; and expectant mothers attending for regular scans.

Please make sure you continue to contact the surgery (or 111 service for urgent care needs or 999 in emergencies) and that you attend hospital if you have been told to do so.

This is the current situation, but of course things may alter in the future with the ever-changing pandemic situation, in which case we will update you.