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Practice closure for staff training - Thursday 27th September 2018 


The Practice will close at 12.00noon on Thursday 27th September to provide important training and learning events for staff. If you require urgent medical advice during the closure please contact out of hours by calling 111. Thank you.


General Data Protection Regulation & Privacy Notice


The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a new law that determines how your personal data is processed and kept safe, and the legal rights that you have in relation to your own data. The regulation applies from 25 May 2018 and will apply even after the UK leaves the EU. For further details please see the Practice's Privacy Notice (under the Quick Links section opposite).


 

Community Nurses

District nurses are qualified nurses who care for patients in their own homes, as well as in health centres and GPs’ surgeries. They have had extra training to enable them to advise patients on nursing problems. The district nurse will teach patients about self care and will show carers how to cope in their absence. Their duties range from dressings, injections etc to care of the terminally ill.

Health Visitors

The health visitor is a registered nurse who has an additional certificate. She is concerned with teaching the principles of healthy living to practically everybody in the family. It begins with the mother of her new baby. She will discuss the many things which can contribute to the growth of a healthy child. The health visitor is in a position to recognise and identify the needs of families in cases where people may not be fully aware of the health risks. Duties may also include school health work and the provision of health education in schools. Working with the elderly is another area of her work. Running specialist clinics is also an area of expertise undertaken by the health visitors.

 
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