What to do if you feel unwell this Christmas

We wish you a safe, healthy and happy Christmas break this year! We are pleased to share that our practice will be open from 0800-2000 every day, including Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years' day. You can access appointments by calling 111 who can also give you advice if you feel unwell. There is … Continue reading What to do if you feel unwell this Christmas

When should I worry?

Having an ill child can be a very scary experience for parents. If you understand more about the illness it can help you to feel more in control. This booklet is for parents (and older children) and deals with common infections in children who are normally healthy. It is not meant for children who have … Continue reading When should I worry?

Clinical Pharmacists in General Practice Pilot

Clinical Pharmacists in General Practice Pilot The role of clinical pharmacists is being tested following an NHS England announcement on 7 July. It is the first in a number of pilots testing innovative workforce models designed to support general practice as part of the GP Workforce 10 Point Plan (“Building the Workforce – the New … Continue reading Clinical Pharmacists in General Practice Pilot

Hounslow Carers Week. Event at Council on 9th June

Join Hounslow Carers Week aims to highlight the challenges carers face and recognise the contribution that they make. This year’s theme is “Carer Friendly Communities”. Featuring stalls by: ● INS (Integrated Neurological Services) ● Carers Trust Thames ● Alzheimer’s Society Free hair and beauty treatments by Adult Education students will be on offer and lunch … Continue reading Hounslow Carers Week. Event at Council on 9th June

Cold & Flu Leaflet

Colds and flu are the most common of all infections; on average every adult can expect to get two colds a year, and children can get up to 10 colds a year before they develop immunity. Flu is less common. Some people think they have flu when they just have a heavy cold – the … Continue reading Cold & Flu Leaflet

How A&E pressures are linked to wider health service

A&E is often seen as a service in crisis and is the focus of much media and political interest. But A&E is just the tip of the iceberg – the whole urgent and emergency care system is complex, and surrounded by myth and confusion. This animation by The Kings Fund gives a whistle-stop tour of how … Continue reading How A&E pressures are linked to wider health service