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  • Christmas Opening Hours

    Alconbury and Brampton Surgeries will be open as follows during the Christmas period:

    Mon 23rd - Normal Hours

    Tues 24th Christmas Eve - Closed from 3pm 

    Wed 25th Christmas Day - Closed

    Thurs 26th Boxing Day - Closed

    Fri 27th - Normal Hours

    Mon 30th - Normal Hours

    Tues 31st Dec - Normal Hours

    Wed 1st Jan - Closed

    Thurs 2nd Jan - Normal Hours

    Fri 3rd Jan - Normal Hours

    Please see our Out of Hours page for assistance.

    Lunchtime Closures

    The surgeries will be closed between 12.30 - 3pm for staff training on the following dates:

    Tuesday 8th October 2019

    Tuesday 12th November 2019

    Wednesday 11th December 2019

    Fri 20th December 2019

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Flu Day - We will be having two flu days this year:

  • ALCONBURY FLU DAY - Saturday 12th October 2019 from 08.30am - 12.00pm 

    BRAMPTON FLU DAY - Saturday 19th October 2019 from 08.30am - 12.00pm

  • Heatwave advice - Please see THIS handy guide to looking after yourself and others during a heatwave.
  • Extended Access Survey - can be completed using this link
  • ALBRAM Patients Group Annual General Meeting will be held at Brampton Surgery on Tuesday 16th July at 6.00pm
  • Lunchtime Closures
  • The surgeries will be closed between 12.30 - 3pm for staff training on the following dates:

Wednesday 13th March 2019

Wednesday 24th April 2019

Tues 21st May 2019

Wednesday 12th June 2019

 We will also be closed from 1.00pm for staff training on the following date:

Wednesday17th July 2019

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Self Care & Seasonal Health Campaigns

Stay Warm and Well this Winter Stay Warm and Well

Please click the link Stay Well This Winter for a useful information booklet

Don’t swallow up your NHS - use it wisely this winter

Every time you visit your GP it costs the NHS £45*

You can treat minor winter illnesses such as colds and coughs, sore throats, and upset stomachs easily at home with medicines, which you can easily buy at low cost from your local pharmacy.

So be prepared and stock up on winter essentials today:

  • pain relief (paracetamol)
  • cough and sore throat remedies
  • first aid kit
  • upset stomach treatment
  • rehydration treatment
  • heartburn and indigestion treatment
  •  Your local pharmacist can also offer you advice and guidance on the best treatment for you – no appointment needed.  Pharmacists are available on every high street and in supermarkets with many open evenings and weekends. Click HERE to find a pharmacy near you. 
  • *£45 is the average cost for GP consultation time, cost of the medication, and dispensing fee.

Having these winter essentials at hand will not only save you time and help you to feel better quicker, but help save the NHS much needed resources. 

Don't swallow up your NHS

Childhood Respiratory Tract Infections

Please see this When Should I Worry - Your Guide to coughs, colds, sore throats and earaches leaflet regarding Childhood Respiratory Tract Infections.

What is self care?

Self care is about looking after yourself in a healthy way. It can be anything from brushing your teeth, doing some exercise, managing common conditions (like headaches, colds and flu) or living with a long-term health problem, such as asthma or diabetes.

Winter 2017 Health Campaign

Please click the link Winter 2017 Health campaign for the Winter 2017 Health campaign

Autumn 2017 Health Campaign

Please click the link Autumn 2017 Health Campaign for the Autumn 2017 Health Campaign.  Advice on what to stock in your medicine cabinet can be found HERE

Find out more about self care
If you need more information on how you can self care at home, click on the links:

Leaflet : When will I feel better? 

A helpful guide on how long you can expect the symptoms of cough, colds, sore throat and nasal congestion to last, what you can do to get better and the warning signs to look out for which mean you may need to seek professional help.

The leaflet also explains that antibiotics are not an effective treatment for winter symptoms such as cough, cold, sore throat, flu or nasal congestion.

Leaflet : Treat Yourself Better

Leaflet: What to stock in your medicine cabinet to manage minor illnesses

Leaflet: Is your medicine cabinet ready for winter?

Self Care for Healthy Living

Self Care for Common Conditions

Self Care for Long Term Conditions



 
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