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Our colleagues in Public Health are predicting a surge in the number of people who will get pneumonia over the next couple of weeks. It is important  that if you have COPD that you ensure you have sufficient supply of inhalers and your other medication (including your rescue pack of antibiotics and steroids) and that you try and avoid mixing with people who already have coughs and colds over this time. Can we also take this opportunity to remind you to ensure you have had your flu vaccine this year and that you have had your pneumococcal vaccine in the past. Finally if you are still smoking we would encourage you to consider stopping to help your chest, discuss this at the surgery when you next attend.

For those who don't have COPD please contact us if you have a cough and fever that seems worse than usual, particularly if you are getting short of breath.


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Opening Hours  - Northgate Medical Practice

Monday: 08:00 - 18:30
Tuesday: 08:00 - 20:00 *
Wednesday: 08:00 - 20:00 *
Thursday: 08:00 - 20:00 *
Friday: 08:00 - 20.00
Weekend: Saturday 8.00 am to 1 pm


*On training afternoons, the Surgery will be closed at 1pm *

We are closed on Sunday's and Bank Holidays.

Blean Surgery

Open Monday to Friday 8.00 am to 12.00 noon.

We are Closed Bank Holidays - please click the below link to find dates of all Bank Holidays in the UK


TRAINING DAYS: 2018/2019

The Practice will be closed from 1 pm on these training days. 
During these afternoons ring 111 for medical advice.

Tuesday 20th November 2018

Thursday 6th December 2018

Wednesday 13th February 2019

Tuesday 19th March 2019

For Medical Advice and Urgent Medical Attention that cannot wait until the Practice re-opens, please dial 111 for the NHS advice centre - CALLS ARE FREE FROM MOBILES AND LANDLINES    

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