• If you choose not to vaccinate your child, understand the risks and responsibilities

    If you choose not to vaccinate your child, understand the risks and responsibilities

    If you choose to delay some vaccines or refuse some vaccines entirely, there can be risks. Please follow these steps in this document to protect your child, your family, and others.

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  • Pharmacy Opening Times in August Bank Holiday

    Pharmacy Opening Times in August Bank Holiday

    Please find the pharmacy opening times over the August Bank Holiday

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  • Email Service is Live!

    Email Service is Live!

    Emails have become a ubiquitous way of communication and we at Park Road would like to trial a system for you to be able to email your doctor who will reply directly rather than having to see him in the clinic or wait for a ring back via a telephone triage service. This service is

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  • Medicines in Hot Weather

    Medicines in Hot Weather

    There are certain risk factors which increase the risk of heat-related illnesses during periods of hot weather. These include older age and suffering from chronic or severe illness. Side effects of some medicines which patients take for these illnesses may affect their response to heat and increase the risk of heatstroke and other complications. Examples

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  • Diabetes workshops – What Matters to You?

    Diabetes workshops – What Matters to You?

    The Diabetes Clinical Network is running workshops for people with diabetes on the 25 June. The aim is to understand what outcomes matter to you. The day will be split into discussing type 1 diabetes in the morning and type 2 diabetes in the afternoon, both workshops require separate registration. We are organising this event

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  • Pharmacy Opening Times over the Bank Holidays in May

    Pharmacy Opening Times over the Bank Holidays in May

    Please find attached a list of pharmacies open across London on 6th May and 27th May bank holidays Pharmacies open over the May Bank Holidays – FINAL 30.04.19

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  • When should my child return to school after an illness?

    When should my child return to school after an illness?

    As a parent or guardian, you know when your child is ill and also when they’re feeling better.  But it’s important to take steps to make sure they’re well enough to return to school, but also that they’re not at risk of spreading any infection or illness. Through ongoing work with local schools, NHS South

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  • Free NHS Wifi

    Free NHS Wifi

    We now offer Free NHS Wifi. Search for NHS Wifi in wifi networks on your device, register and next time it will connect you automatically

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  • Be Self-Care Aware

    Be Self-Care Aware

    Over the counter medicines are generally cheaper than it costs the NHS to supply on prescription. The following medicines can be bought from local pharmacies. You may also be able to buy some medicines from local shops but you will only be able to get professional clinical advice by a pharmacist from your local pharmacy.

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  • Self Referral for Pregnancy

    Self Referral for Pregnancy

    Hospitals in our local area are looking to ask women to book with the hospital as soon as they find out they are pregnant. Women are encouraged to choose which of the four hospitals they would prefer for their antenatal care and self refer as early as possible. By the way, your postnatal care is

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