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Private Work: Our 2019 list of fees for private work has been updated please click here

New Email Address: nhsbsolccg.receptionywhc@nhs.net we no longer use reception.ywhc@nhs.net

Text Messaging: Check your contact details are up to date with reception ASAP to make the most of our new text messaging service, where your doctor, nurse or receptionist will pass on important information to you or ask you to book an appointment. 

We are Proud Antibiotic Guardians! : click here to find out more

We're on Twitter! :  PLEASE NOTE we are not affiliated with ANY Facebook pages.

Job Vacancies: click here

Keeping Well with YWHC 2019: For more info on keeping well this year with our FREE Health Services click here

Surgery update: We are happy to announce that Dr David Lupini has joined the surgery as a new Partner and is now seeing patients.

*Important update to our prescribing policy* Click here to read more

*Booking FLU Vaccinations NOW!!*Click here for more information about Flu Season

KEEPING WELL IN 2019

In addition to our new Social Prescribing Service we still offer lots of other valuable services at the surgery to help you keep well throughout the year.

 New Year is a perfect time to start, consider a few of our FREE services below…

  • Blood Pressure and Weight checks by using our discrete health monitor in Reception
  • NHS Health Checks with our HCA Jacque
  • Smear Tests for women over the age of 25 –we will send you a letter to invite you to see a nurse for this quick test when you are due.
  • Walking Group every Tuesday from 11am
  • Chronic Disease Reviews for patients with Diabetes, Asthma, COPD etc to ensure your treatment remains effective.
  • Smoking cessation with our HCA to help you finally stop smoking for good!

 

Did you know that you can also self refer to a number of services we offer…

 

We encourage our patients to take ownership of their health, prevention is always better than cure so if you are due a visit to the Doctor or Nurse do book an appointment at your earliest convenience.

 








 
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