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SURGERY CLOSED FOR STAFF TRAINING

THURSDAY, 7th December 2017

FROM 12.30PM TO 2PM

Stonehenge Trek for the Alzheimer’s Society

We are very proud to tell you that Claire Foster, our receptionist, will be taking part in the Stonehenge Trek, a twenty-six mile walk, for the Alzheimer’s Society on 2nd September with two of her friends, Clare and Andy Walton.   If anyone is interested in donating, there is a Just Giving page set up by Clare Walton, at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/clare-walton4 or donations can be brought into the surgery.

Young People's Page

Young People's Page

 

No Worries

We are a 'No Worries!' practice

This service is for young people aged 13 -  24 years and providing advice on relationships and sexual health issues or any other health issues which are causing you concern.  You just need to ask for a ‘No Worries!’ appointment at reception.

This service includes:-

Free emergency contraception (morning after pill)

Contraception advice

Free condoms

Pregnancy testing

Chlamydia testing

Drug and alcohol advice

Any other sexual health or relationship advice

  

Have you heard of KOOTH?

Kooth is a service for young people that offers emotional and mental health support 

https://www.kooth.com/

Counsellors and therapists are available until 10pm, 365 days a year.

 

 TALK ZONE

If you would prefer to speak to someone 1:1, we can also   offer a Confidential Counselling Service for young people at the surgery called TALK ZONE.  Please see information on the link below.

TALK ZONE : https://www.relate.org.uk/mid-wiltshire/children-and-young-peoples-counselling

 

 GP Appointments

We know that it can be difficult to talk to people when you're having difficulties with your mental health. Doc Ready helps you get ready for the first time you visit a doctor to discuss your mental health.  Go to docready.org for practical help to prepare.



 
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