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FLU CLINICS AT MEASHAM MEDICAL UNIT 2018

WE ARE CHANGING THE WAY OUT FLU CLINICS ARE RUN THIS YEAR.

PLEASE SEE INFORMATION BELOW.

SATURDAY 29TH SEPTEMBER 2018 BETWEEN 8.30AM - 12.00PM

FOR ALL PATIENTS AGED 65 YEARS OLD AND OVER

SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER 2018 BETWEEN 8.30AM - 12.00PM

FOR ALL PATIENTS AGED 18 - 64 WITH ANY OF THE CONDITIONS LISTED BELOW

PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE ELIGIBLE FOR A FLU JAB. CATEGORIES ARE AS FOLLOWED:

  • DIABETES
  • HEART DISEASE - LIVER DISEASE - KIDNEY DISEASE
  • STROKE/TIA
  • CHRONIC RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS SUCH AS COPD & ASTHMA
  • WEAK IMMUNE SYSTEM - NEUROLOGICAL CONDITIONS SUCH AS MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS OR PARKINSONS DISEASE
  • PREGNANT WOMEN
  • CARERS OF AN ELDERLY OR DISABLED PERSON

WE WILL HAVE OTHER CLINICS AVAILABLE DURING WEEK DAYS FROM 18/09/18

PLEASE RING THE MEDICAL UNIT FOR MORE INFORMATION

Vacancies

We currently have three new Job Vacancies at the Medical Unit

  • Advance Nurse Practitioner
  • Medical Secretary
  • Medical Receptionist

Please visit the Vacancies page for more information on how to apply.

General Practice Awards 2018 - People's Choice Award

We have been nominated for the People’s Choice Award: Surgery of the Year at this year’s General Practice Awards!

 

The General Practice Awards are an annual celebration of the fantastic work being done up and down the UK in primary care and this is to give patients the chance to show their appreciation for the care they receive.

 

If you would like to vote for us please click the following link and select Measham Medical Unit http://www.generalpracticeawards.com/the-awards/peoples-choice-award/

Thank you!

Social Prescribing Groups

Social prescribing is a way of linking our patients with groups and sources of support within our community. It provides a non-medical option that can work alongside existing treatments to improve health and well-being. For more information on our groups please click here

Breast Screening Missed Invitations

Some women aged between 70 and 79 are being offered the opportunity for a breast screen. This is because some women did not receive an invitation for a final screen, as part of the routine NHS Breast Screening Programme. Please click here for more information.

Steady Steps

Are you over 65? Unsteady on your feet? Worried about falling or would like to improve your balance?

Steady Steps is an free exercise programme to help develop strength and balance. The sessions are held at Measham Leisure Centre on Monday's 13:30-15:00pm and starts on February 12th 2018. If you miss the start date you can still join the course within the first six weeks. Sessions are for 1 hour and the course runs for 24 weeks.

Booking is essential - for more information and to book your place please contact Chris Mawbey on 01530 454785 or Christopher.Mawbey@nwleicestershire.gov.uk

Carer's Clinic

Are you a carer seeking a listening ear? Would you like some information, advice or support? We have a local independent Care Advisor available at the Medical Unit. Please click here for information on clinic dates and times. 

Self Care Campaign

Why are we asking you to buy ‘Over the Counter’ medicines for short term treatment of

minor ailments, low dose vitamin D supplements and some infant formulas? Please click here for more information.

Waterside Care

Waterside care is an initiative aimed at helping communities improve their local waterways (e.g. canals, brooks and rivers). Keep Britain Tidy is working in partnership with the Environmental Agency, Canal & River Trust and Severn Trent Water to set up Waterside Care groups in areas across the Midlands who then 'adopt' a local stretch of waterway.

For more information or if you would like to join the group please click here

First Contact Plus

First Contact Plus is an online tool which helps adults in Leicestershire find information about a range of services all in one place.

The initiative allows residents who require help with one or a number of issues to access a catalogue of information, advice, help and support.

Information and resources on housing, health, living independently, money advice, work, security and other topics that assist the county’s residents can be found on this site.

First Contact Plus is delivered by Leicestershire County Council in partnership with GPs, the police, health organisations, voluntary groups and social care departments, district & borough councils who are helping adults across the county by working together to make access to services much easier.

For more information please visit: www.FirstContactPlus.org.uk

Meetups

Would you like to discover Meetups for all the things you love to do? Or create your own Meetup?

Please visit www.meetup.com for more details.

Walking Group

Come and join our friendly walking groups! No need to pre-book, just turn up, everyone is welcome. Please click here for more details.

Stroke and Disability Club

Starting at Measham Library on Wednesday 11th January 1pm - 3pm. Click here for more details.

Named Accountable GP

All GP practices are required to allocate a named accountable GP for each patient. If you would like to know who your allocated GP is, please ask next time you ring or visit the surgery.

The allocation of a GP does not restrict you to that Doctor or limit access to any of our services.

Care Plans

Do you feel that you or your loved one need more support to remain as well as possible and to avoid the risk of getting into a crisis situation, which means you may result in being admitted to hospital urgently?

Working with you or your family member to produce a care plan can give you peace of mind and reduce your risk of being admitted to hospital, when it can probably be avoided.

Would you like to develop a care plan to help you or a loved one avoid a health crisis? For more information, please read the attached Care Plan Leaflet 

 See our CQC Inspection Report here

 

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