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Please note that it is no longer mandatory for patients to wear a face mask or covering when on the practice premises however we are still have infection prevention and control measures in place therefore politely request that you wear a face mask. 

If you attend for an appointment your clinician will be wearing a face mask and may ask that you do the same. Our staff are also wearing face masks and we continue to undertake lateral flow tests to manage the risk of Covid-19 in the practice.

Thank you for your co-operation.

Isabelle Senft - Practice Manager

Social Prescribing

The term 'social prescribing' refers to an arrangement where health professionals, link up patients to activities and support in the community that may benefit them – a non-medical prescription - that can operate alongside existing treatments to improve health and well being.

It can be particularly effective in helping individuals to manage long-term conditions, mental health problems and social isolation.

Activities that make up a social prescribing service are extremely varied and can be tailored to meet the needs of a particular community, demographic or patient group. For example, they can include support groups, exercise classes, advice services, cookery and outdoor activities.



 
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