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We have been made aware of some inaccurate information circulating regarding special ‘rescue packs’ for patients with pre-existing respiratory conditions such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).

Please do not contact your GP practice for a rescue pack. You should continue to manage your condition in the usual way and if you feel you have symptoms of COVID-19, go to before doing anything else.

Please read this helpful information from the British Lung Foundation


You will note that there is no recommendation to have a rescue pack as there is no evidence for their use and indeed their are concerns steroid will reduce your immunity to fight off this virus.

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Health Visitors

baby_footA health visitor is a registered nurse who has undertaken further specialist training.The Health Visitors work with families, individuals and groups in the local community to promote health and well-being.

They provide family support around: parenting, behaviour problems in childhood, sleep problems, child health, development and diet, managing minor illnesses, child protection, accident prevention, sexual health and contraception, domestic violence and relationships, post natal depression, special needs children, loss and bereavement.

District Nurses

A district nurse is registered nurse who has undertaken further training in nursing care in the community.

The district nursing team consists of District Nurses, Community Staff Nurses and Health Care Assistants.

It provides planned care to patients over 16 years of age in their own homes and to gives support to carers, in order to maintain care at home whenever possible.

Services they provide include holistic assessment of nursing needs, wound management, continence care, injections, blood tests, symptoms control in palliative care and end of life nursing.

The team works closely with the GP’s, other health workers and agencies. They are able to prescribe certain medications.

The service is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year.


The midwife is a specially trained nurse who looks after ladies during pregnancy (antenatal) and for the short time following the babies birth (post natal). A midwife also takes care of mum and baby during delivery at the hospital or occasionally at home.

The Midwife holds a clinic at the surgery every Tuesday morning.

As soon as you find out you are pregnant it is important to get in touch with your midwife. You can contact a midwife direct on (01422) 360336 or call the surgery, where you will be asked for some information. This information will then be passed to the midwife and she will contact you direct. Appointments can be booked at the surgery for all your anti-natal care.

The first 12 weeks of your pregnancy is the most important time in your baby’s development. Early contact with a midwife will help you to make choices.

The midwife will carry out routine checks to ensure mother and baby are well and will work closely with GP’s and the hospital to ensure that the best care is given to each patient.

The midwife will also advise of local classes that expectant parents can attend to prepare themselves for the birth and for looking after a new baby.


The Podiatrist holds a clinic here on a Wednesday afternoon for our Diabetic patients.

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