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DID YOU

KNOW?

It is now possible to make, cancel and check appointments on line.  It is also possible to request repeat medication on line (as well as via the website).  Please come to the surgery to register for this service.

Patient Participation Group

Patients, we welcome your input to help us develop surveys, services, local  priorities and take action.

By giving us your email address, we will be able to contact you from time to time to ask your views to  help shape your local service.

Please email your name and date of birth to:

HAVCCG.PPGMaylands@nhs.net  

If you would like to participate.

Maylands Patient Group 

In January 2011 the surgery set up a patient group.  The aim of the group is to provide a forum for our patients to discuss health promotion and local voluntary and social activities.  For more information, please see Items on the right of this screen, or contact Ruth Thacker, Assistant Manager.

We have a dedicated email address for the PPG which is hav-pct.ppg-maylands@nhs.net

Vaccinations

The surgery now offers the Yellow Fever vaccination

Practice Nurses

flujabsThe practice nurses are available by appointment on Monday to Friday from 8.40am to 11.30am and from 1.30pm to 6pm.

They work in a well equipped suite of office, treatment room, minor surgery room and recovery room.   You can make an appointment to see one of them for blood pressure checks, travel vaccinations, syringing of ears, all immunisations and ECGs. 

Removal of stitches and changing of dressings following discharge from local hospitals is provided by Harold Wood Polyclinic (telephone 01708 792000 to make an appointment).  Our nurses can only provide this service for procedures performed at the surgery. 

They will also give advice about general health matters, travel advice, dieting, diabetic control and family planning. You may see a healthcare assistant for some routine tests such as blood pressure checks.

 

 
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