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  • Lunchtime Closures

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

    Thursday 12th March 2020

    Wednesday 8th April 2020

    Wednesday 13th May 2020

    Wednesday 10th June 2020

    Wednesday 15th July 2020

    Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Coronavirus Information for our Patients.

  • If you have been in contact with a confirmed case of Coronavirus, or have returned from China (incl. Hong-Kong), Japan, Malaysia, Rep Korea, Singapore, Taiwan or Thailand, in the last 14 days and feel unwell, please call NHS111 for advice. If you have returned from Wuhan or the Hubei Province in China in the last 14 days, stay indoors and contact NHS111 even if you do not have symptoms. Do NOT attend or call the surgery, as we are unable to give advice or arrange necessary tests. Thank you.

  • Wuhan novel coronavirus

    Public Health England have issued the following poster regarding the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus Please click here

 

 

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Lunchtime Closures

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

Thursday 12th March 2020

Wednesday 8th April 2020

Wednesday 13th May 2020

Wednesday 10th June 2020

Wednesday 15th July 2020

Please accept our apologies for any inconvenience caused.

Bank Holiday Closures 2020

The Surgeries will be closed on the following dates due to Bank Holidays:

Wednesday 1st January 2020 (New Years Day)

Friday 10th April 2020 (Good Friday)

Monday 13th April 2020 (Easter Monday)

Friday 8th May 2020 (Early May Bank Holiday / VE Day)

Monday 25th May 2020 (Spring Bank Holiday)

Monday 31st August 2020 (Summer Bank Holiday)

Friday 25th December 2020 (Christmas Day)

Monday 28th December 2020 (in lieu of Boxing Day)

Coronavirus Information for our Patients.

If you have been in contact with a confirmed case of Coronavirus, or have returned from China (incl. Hong-Kong), Japan, Malaysia, Rep Korea, Singapore, Taiwan or Thailand, in the last 14 days and feel unwell, please call NHS111 for advice. If you have returned from Wuhan or the Hubei Province in China in the last 14 days, stay indoors and contact NHS111 even if you do not have symptoms. Do NOT attend or call the surgery, as we are unable to give advice or arrange necessary tests. Thank you.

Wuhan novel coronavirus

Public Health England have issued the following poster regarding the Wuhan Novel Coronavirus Please click here

West Cambs Federation - extended access

WCF Extended Access

Patients of our practice are now able to book routine appointments to be seen by doctors, nurses and healthcare assistants in the evenings and at weekends in Extended Access - a new service provided by West Cambs Federation. 

This service is available to all patients in this area seven days a week in sessions at four clinics:

  • Acorn Surgery, Oak Drive, Huntingdon.
  • Buckden Surgery, Mayfield. Buckden.
  • Cornerstone Surgery, Elwyn Road, March.
  • Cromwell Place Surgery, Cromwell Place, St. Ives.

You can make an appointment at any of the sites - not just the one nearest to your home.

To book an appointment contact us 01480 890281 (Alconbury) / 01480 454050 (Brampton) - and we will book your appointment for you.

NHS England Alert regarding a patient who was victim of a scam

NHS England have issued an alert after a patient fell victim to a scam asking for payment for a flu vaccination.  The alert can be read HERE

Do you need help getting to your NHS appointments?

ALBRAM

Important patient Notice

From: Monday 16th September 2019, Alconbury and Brampton Surgeries will begin using text messages for Patient Information & Communication.

If you do NOT want us to contact you via SMS please advise us.

If you would like us to contact you via SMS please confirm your mobile number with Reception

Thank you

30 Years Service Celebration

Alconbury and Brampton Surgeries would like to congratulation two very valued members of the Practice team, Lynn and Annerley, on their 30 years service, more details can be found HERE 

Surgery Superstars Summer 2019

Alconbury & Brampton Surgeries are proud to present your

Surgery Superstars!

As a Practice we work hard to create a team that is committed to delivering a service that meets patients needs and ensures excellent patient care.

We have listened to your feedback and identified 2 team-members who you feel have gone above and beyond the call of duty to make your experience at the Surgery memorable for all the right reasons.

 Huge CONGRATULATIONS and a big Thank YOU to ALYSSA & JULIET

Dispensary Update - Aug 2019

Please see the latest Dispensary Update Here

 

Looking after yourself and others during a heatwave.

Please have a look at THIS handy guide to looking after yourself and others during a heatwave.

Beat The Heat guide

Beat The Heat Leaflet

Continued high temperatures have triggered another health warning in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, with people urged to take extra precautions in the coming days. Hot weather can be uncomfortable for many people. However some people are especially at risk of being unwell in higher temperatures; older people, the very young and those with ongoing illnesses will feel the effects more acutely. Prompt action should be taken now to prevent these people becoming ill and requiring medical attention. If you see someone feeling dizzy, weak, anxious or have intense thirst and headache, move them to a cool place as soon as possible and give them some water or juice to rehydrate and cool down – if their symptoms continue, seek further medical advice from your pharmacist or doctor.”

Here are some practical tips on how to stay cool and cope with the hot weather:

  • look out for others, especially older people, young children and babies and those with underlying health conditions
  • shade or cover windows that are exposed to direct sunlight during the day, and open windows at night when the temperature has dropped
  • drink plenty of water as sugary, alcoholic and caffeinated drinks, including tea and coffee, can make you more dehydrated
  • never leave anyone in a closed, parked vehicle, especially infants, young children or animals
  • try to keep out of the sun between 11am to 3pm
  • walk in the shade, apply sunscreen and wear a hat, if you have to go out in the heat
  • avoid physical exertion in the hottest parts of the day
  • wear light, loose fitting cotton clothes
  • make sure you take water with you if you are travelling

EXTENDED ACCESS SURVEY

We have been asked to make additional routine appointments available to patients at times when the Practice is currently closed to the public.

We would like to obtain your feedback in terms of your preferred additional appointment availability. 

Please follow the link to the survey HERE to answer the question

Thank you for your time in helping us ensure we are working in a way that meets our Patient’s needs. Please look out for the additional appointments as they become available.

 

Alconbury and Brampton Newsletter - April 2019

Please see our latest newsletter here

 

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 Email contact

The Practice is piloting an email address by which patients can contact us regarding routine enquiries.

This address is: alconburyandbramptonsurgeries@nhs.net

We will endeavour to respond to emails received within 5 working days.

Please be reminded that this method of contact is for non-urgent, non-clinical enquiries.

If in any doubt, please contact reception and speak to someone in person.

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  Carers Support

We are currently working with Cambridgeshire Social Services to ensure that carers are aware of and able to access the resources and support available to them locally.

If you are a carer and would like to find out more then please ask at reception.

Our carers link workers are:

Brampton: Belle.

Alconbury: Jo R.

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Research

As a practice we have attained 'research ready' accreditation and have agreed to work with the primary care research network and other local bodies to participate in approved clinical research. We are opportunistically seeking consent from those patients who would be willing to participate in research should we sign up to be involved in an appropriate study. We will then contact these patients and share information regarding research opportunities should they arise.

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