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PLEASE NOTE:

THIS SURGERY WILL BE CLOSED WEDNESDAY 18TH OCTOBER AT 12:00 NOON AND WILL RE-OPEN THURSDAY 19TH AT 8:00 AM.   FOR URGENT MEDICAL ASSISTANCE DURING THIS PERIOD - PLEASE TELEPHONE 111. THANK YOU.

HOSPITAL TESTS OR INVESTIGATIONS

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT IF TESTS OR INVESTIGATIONS ARE REQUESTED BY A SPECIALIST OR CONSULTANT, THEN THE RESULTS OF THESE TESTS NEED TO BE OBTAINED FROM THE CONSULTANT OR SPECIALIST INVOLVED.

THANK YOU.

EXTENDED ACCESS APPOINTMENTS

PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK TO FIND OUT MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.sunderlandgpalliance.co.uk/sunderland-extended-access-service-information/

WASTED APPOINTMENTS IN JULY DUE TO PATIENTS FAILING TO ATTEND

PLEASE CLICK BELOW TO VIEW THE INFORMATION:

WASTED APPOINTMENTS DUE TO FTA

COULD PATIENTS PLEASE ENSURE THAT THEY UPDATE THE SURGERY WITH CONTACT DETAILS. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT IF WE NEED TO CONTACT YOU URGENTLY.

THANK YOU

BOWEL CANCER SCREENING

BOWEL CANCER SCREENING

Bowel cancer is the  fourth most common cancer in the UK. The aim of the national Bowel Screening  Programme is to discover bowel cancer at an early stage. The sooner it's caught, the easier it is to treat.

Bowel screening involves a simple test that you conduct at home. For these reasons we encourage you to consider participating in the bowel screening programme.

Whether or not to take part in bowel screening is your choice.

Men and women aged between 60 and 74 of age are eligible to take part every 2 years.

If you have not received your screening pack or which to have another sent out  to you, please telephone the following number: 0800 707 6060

You can also discuss this with any member of practice staff.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BOWEL CANCER SCREENING PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:

http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/bowel-cancer-screening/Pages/Introduction.aspx



 
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