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Non-urgent advice: New ‘Hero of Health’ Walk & Talks, 1pm on Fridays!

We have partnered with Hero of Health who bring neighbourhoods together to share healthy lifestyle habits. This is where everyone can support each other to build life-long strength, fitness, health and friendships. 

Walks are suitable for all abilities and can accommodate mobility aids. No need to book - just turn up outside the surgery at 1pm.

Click on the this link to join your Hero of Health Neighbourhood WhatsApp group.

See below for specific details for the Hollies:

  • Starts from the surgery at 1pm on Fridays.
  • Finishes at Lottie on the Edge Cafe, 14 Union Road, Nether Edge, S11 9EF
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Non-urgent advice: Current waiting times for non-urgent appointments may exceed 4-5 weeks

As the amount of workload increases throughout the country's care systems, we are dealing with an increased amount of routine / non-urgent appointment requests. As a result of this, waiting times for these appointments may exceed 4-5 weeks.

To help combat this, please make yourself aware of the most appropriate route for the care you need.

Please see the opposite video or the below website for more guidance.

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Thank you for your continued support,

The Hollies Team 

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Non-urgent advice: CoppaFeel! - Breast Health Awareness Charity

October marks breast cancer awareness month and at CoppaFeel! their mission is to educate every young person in the UK that checking their boobs could save their life.

 

Please see the following link on how to check your breasts:

How To Check Your Breasts, Pecs or Chest | CoppaFeel!

Diabetic Eye Screening

Non-urgent advice: Diabetic Eye Screening

 

 

The diabetic eye screening programme helps prevent sight loss before you even notice changes to your eyesight. 

People with diabetes at lower risk of eye problems now only need to come for their screening every 2 years. 

However, if you do experience any eye problems before your 2 yearly screening, please seek medical care straight away.

Find out more at:

www.nhs.uk/conditions/diabetic-eye-screening