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Prescribing Changes for over the counter medicines

GPs in North Yorkshire will no longer prescribe medicines that can bought over-the-counter from your pharmacy or supermarket for minor, short-term health concerns like coughs and colds. By visiting your local pharmacy instead, you can save yourself time and help to free up GP appointments for those most in need. Find out more at www.prescriptionchanges.co.uk

Childhood Imms

We're still offering routine childhood vaccinations. It's really important to ensure your children are kept up to date with their immunisations to help prevent them from becoming unwell with serious illnesses.
Appointments and waiting procedures may be different from normal. If you're coming to the surgery, please ensure that only you and your child attend the appointment.

Mental Health support for children and young people

A new website has been launched dedicated to helping children and young people in North Yorkshire find mental health support. Click here for further information.

Principle Trial Platform

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) can be more severe in older people and people with underlying health conditions. The Principle Trial Platform is a national priority trial to find treatments for  COVID-19. For further information please visit:    https://www.principletrial.org/participants

Why does the Receptionist need to ask what is wrong with me

Our reception team may need to ask your reason for wanting an appointment, this is to ensure that you are seen by the most appropriate clinician. For more information about this, please click on the link below.

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Have Your Say

Comments and suggestions are a great way of helping us continue to enhance the way we look after you. If you have been to the surgery recently, please let us know your views by taking the Friends and Family test

Prescription Charges

From 1st April 2020, the prescription charges in England are to rise by 15p to £9.15.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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