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If you are experiencing Chest Pain or Stroke Like symptoms please telephone 999 immediately.

Hub Appointments - These appointments are available when the surgery is closed.  If you require medical attention between the hours of 1830hrs - 2000hrs Monday to Friday or on a Saturday and Sunday between the hours of 8.00am and 12pm please telephone 01772 529200.  Outside of these hours please contact NHS111. Further information can be seen via our Practice Booklet, located under the Appointments area to the left of this page.

Hub Appointments available

Practice Information Booklet

DUE TO VANDALISM DURING DAYTIME HOURS TO STAFF CARS PARKED AT THE SIDE AREA OF THE SURGERY, THE GATE LEADING ONTO LIVERPOOL ROAD WILL NOW BE PERMANENTLY CLOSED.  WE APOLOGISE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS MAY CAUSE. POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING CCTV FOOTAGE TO IDENTIFY THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE.

Please see the latest Newsletter for details of this years Seasonal Flu Campaign and the changes implemented by Public Health England.

Positive Pregnancy Test - You can self-refer straight through to the maternity unit instead of going to your GP. Call 01772 524726 or visit www.lancsteachinghospitals.nhs.uk/pregnancy-self-referral

For those patients who are Carers, military veterans, please make yourself know to the surgery so your record can be marked accordingly with the appropriate information to assist in your future care.

Repeat Medication Ordering - The way you order your repeat medication has changed from 12 March 2018.  Please read the information available.  Ordering your Repeat Medication

Ramadam - Patients with type 2 diabetes  and health issues associated with fasting

https://www.better-living.co.uk/article/ramadan-type-2-diabetes/

Pharmacy 4U - St Fillans Medical Centre has not given permission for the surgery name to appear on any correspondence being sent out to patients from Pharmacy 4U.  We do not recommend any pharmacy to our patients.  It is entirely patient choice as to whom they visit for their dispensing needs.  If you receive communication with the practice name on, please inform us immediately so we can investigate further.

Demand for Appointments:- Please consider other options before visiting your doctor!  Can the pharmacy help you with your medical problem? click on this link for further information - www.nhs.uk/livewell/pharmacy/pages/pharmacyhome.aspx

Minor Ailments Scheme - Visit your local pharmacy for further information on treatments available under this scheme.

The Practice closes every Wednesday between the hours of 1pm - 2pm for training. Whilst the surgery is closed, if you require urgent medical assistance, please telephone 07594876663.  Please note this number is for patients requiring urgent medical attention only and is not for ordering prescriptions or general enquiries.

CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA - IF YOU HAVE A CHILD AGED 0-16YRS  DIAGNOSED WITH ASTHMA, PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING GUIDELINES TO ASSIST YOU IF YOUR CHILDS ASTHMA SYMPTOMS WORSEN

Children with Asthma - Guidelines

Penwortham Carers Group:-  St Fillans was instrumental in setting up a Carers Group which is for any Carer past or present.  It is hoped that the Group will build friendships and support for people who are Carers.  If you would like to join the group, we meet on the 1st Friday of each month at Galloway Home in Howick between 11am - 1pm.  Please come along and join us for a coffee and a chat.  We are not meeting in January, so our next planned session will be Friday 3 February when we will have a Consultant from Fulwood Hall Hospital come along to give a talk on Joint Pain and how to manage and look after your joints.  Places are limited so please contact St Fillans to let us know if you are interested in attending. 

IF YOU REQUIRE URGENT MEDICAL ASSISTANCE WHEN THE SURGERY IS CLOSED, PLEASE TELEPHONE NHS111  

ALZEIMERS AWARENESS:-   FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT :- www.alzheimers.org.uk

 

 

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