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The three Surrey Heartlands CCGs and Surrey County Council want to find out what patients, carers, the public and other key stakeholders think about their shared commissioning plans for

2018/19. Have your say - Online Survey Open from 17 January 2018 to 18 February 2018   www.surreysays.co.uk/deputy-ceo/commissioning

Measles - There is currently an outbreak of Measles in Surrey - If you think you have measles call ahead and the receptionist team will arrange for you to be seen at the end of the GP surgery to minimise the risk of

transmission.

The 2017 Patient Survey Report is available on the website - click the "Have your say" icon and follow the link to view the report

Travel Vaccinations - National shortage of Hepatitis Vaccines.  We apologise to any patients requiring the Hepatitis A and/ or B vaccine for their travels. National supplies are very limited and there may be occasions where we do not have any vaccine available at all as suppliers are unable to fulfil orders. We are in close contact with manufacturers for all brands of the vaccine and will endeavour to purchase supplies when they become available. If you have been advised that your travels put you at risk of hepatitis A during your pre-assessment then you may need to seek alternative ways to be vaccinated. Reception will be pleased to advise you on this matter. Thank you for your understanding, we apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Book Nurse Practitioner appointments for minor illness  - for UTI, coughs & colds, sore throats, chest infections – see dedicated page for full list of conditions that can be treated. Our Nurse Practitioners can also prescribe medication.  Please do not make an appointment with the Nurse Practitioner if you are 15 years of age or younger, are pregnant or suffering with problems that are already under GP review. For Mental Health concerns such as anxiety, depression or low mood you will still need to make an appointment with your GP.

 

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