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It's a four day weekend at Easter, but if you need medical help that isn't an emergency or life-threatening, here is what's available locally.

The NHS have launched a new campaign this week focusing on how we, the public, can support the emergency services.
As you will be aware, the NHS is currently experiencing a spike in demand for all our health services, which is in turn putting pressures on acute and emergency services, as well as primary care. Please click NHS 111 Campaign and Poster to find out more about how we can all help our NHS.

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Health Care Assistant Vacancy

Adults in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough now have access to a mental health support website The site, which has been successful in signposting children and young people to sources of support for their mental health, has been expanded to now provide local residents of all ages with a ‘one-stop shop’ for information on wellbeing and mental health.

The site provides a range of local and national information on looking after your mental health, self-help resources, and services that can help when you need more support.

The surgery now has wifi available for patients - no password required

Community Transport Services

Practice Leaflet February 2018

SystmOnline is now available for ordering repeat prescriptions, booking appointments or access to your summary care record.

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