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Important Information Regarding GP Extended Access Appointments:

With effect from Monday 16 September, Donnington is no longer funded to provide extended hours appointments (between 6.30pm - 8.00pm) for patients registered at Charlton Medical Practice, and will only be able to offer extended hours appointments for Donnington patients two nights per week instead of three - Mondays and Wednesdays.

Telford & Wrekin CCG have commissioned an alternative extended hours service which will be accessible to all patients up to 8pm every night of the week, weekends and bank holidays. The service will be held at various locations, either at Stirchley Medical Practice or one of the Teldoc surgeries. If you would like to book an appointment, please contact your own practice as usual (all practices have access to the extended hours system).

 

Telford Health Hearts:   https://www.telfordccg.nhs.uk/your-health/telford-healthy-hearts

NHS Apps Library:   https://www.nhs.uk/apps-library

If you are suffering from any of the following common ailments, have you tried your pharmacy first?

To save you having to wait to see a Doctor, many pharmacies can offer advice and suggest over the counter medication.....

Common Ailments List

1 Bites and stings

2 Chickenpox

3 Colds/Flu-like symptoms/Nasal congestion

4 Cold sores

5 Conjunctivitis (Acute bacterial)

6 Constipation (Acute)

7 Cough

8 Cystitis

9 Dermatitis/Dry skin/Allergic type skin rash

10 Diarrhoea (Acute)

11 Earache

12 Fever management

13 Fungal skin infections

14 Hayfever (Seasonal allergic rhinitis)

15 Haemorrhoids

16 Headache/Migraine

17 Heartburn/Indigestion

18 Infant colic

19 Mouth ulcers

20 Nappy rash

21 Oral thrush

22 Scabies

23 Sore throat

24 Sprains and strains

25 Teething

26 Threadworms

27 Vaginal thrush

28 Warts and verrucas 

 
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