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If you have a positive COVID test and are struggling with your symptoms, please use the leaflet below for advice on what actions to take:

  COVID advice leaflet

Please use the link below for information on how to protect your home from covid:

www.germdefence.org

If you are waiting for a hospital appointment, please use the link below for more information:

Waiting for your hospital care | NHS Bristol, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire CCG (bnssgccg.nhs.uk)

The NHS need people who've had coronavirus (COVID-19) to donate blood plasma to potentially help others. Blood plasma is a yellowish liquid that makes up about half your blood volume. After a virus, your plasma contains antibodies that are vital in helping to fight infections, like COVID-19. The NHS are collecting blood plasma for use in scientific research and possible COVID-19 treatments, especially for those who are elderly or have weaker immune systems. If you are 18-65 who's had COVID-19 then please visit https://rb.gy/vptins  for more information. Thank for all your support.

Our Doctors hold surgeries on different days of the week as shown in the table below.

Each patient has a named GP and they are responsible for your overall care at the practice. Please contact the surgery if you wish to find out who this is. If you have a preference as to which GP this is the practice will make reasonable efforts to accommodate this request.

Morning Surgeries

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Grech

O’Neill

Knight

Trewin

Lees

Grech

Knight

Collis

Chimenti

Allerton

O’Neill

Chimenti

Knight

Trewin

Collis

Grech

Chimenti

Trewin

Allerton

Lees

Sergot

Grech

Chimenti

Allerton

Lees

Sergot

 

 Afternoon Surgeries

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Grech

O’Neill

Knight

Trewin

Lees

Grech

Knight

Collis

Chimenti

Allerton

O’Neill

Knight

Trewin

Collis

Grech (alternate)

Chimenti

Trewin

Allerton

Lees

Sergot

Grech

Chimenti

Allerton

Lees

Sergot

 
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