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High Potency MDMA (Ecstasy) WARNING - please see attached leaflet and be very aware of what you are taking MDMA Warning

The Practice is now a collection point for Trafford South Foodbank - please bring in any donations of non perishable food or toiletries and place in the box in our waiting area.

RU Clear kits now available at the surgery please see 'Clinics & Services' 'Non NHS Services' for more information

Breast Screening at Wythenshawe Hospital - Eligible patients have recently been invited to attend routine breast screening. 808 patients attended from a total of 1074 invited (75%), 26 patients were reviewed in clinic and 3 cancers were detected. If you missed your invite please contact our Cancer Champions (Jo and Rebecca) at the surgery who will help you arrange a screening appointment.  If you have any worries or concerns regarding breast screening then please make an appointment with a GP to discuss.

On 12 April 2016 the surgery was inspected by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and our overall rating was 'Good' with a rating of 'Outstanding' for people experiencing poor mental health. Please see CQC information page for full detailed report

Last month (August 2018) there were 81 patients who missed their appointment with the GP or Nurse

This is 13.5 hours of un used clinical time

This may increase your waiting time to see a clinician

If you know that you will be unable to attend your appointment please can you call the surgery so it can be used by someone else

We have a text messaging service which confirms and reminds patients of their appointments, please check with reception if you wish to use this service.

NHS England has published in March 2018 new prescribing guidance which covers 35 minor, short term health conditions which are either self limiting or suitable for self care

A 'Self limiting' condition does not require any medical advice or treatment as it will usually clear up on its own such as sore throats, coughs, colds and viruses

A 'Minor illness that is suitable for self care' can be treated with items that can be purchased over the counter from a pharmacy. These conditions include, for example, indigestion, mouth ulcers and warts and verrucae.

The new guidance from NHS England recommends that GPs no longer prescribe medicines that are readily available over the counter at pharmacies. Vitamins, minerals and probiotics are also included.

Patients who receive free prescriptions will not automatically be exempt from this guidance.

Please see the document below for the list of minor illnesses or items for which prescribing is restricted

Please note that the clinicians at Conway Road Medical Practice will be following this new guidance and we hope that you will understand the reasons why it is important that the NHS do not issue prescriptions for items that can be bought over the counter

List of Minor Illnesses or Items for which Prescribing is Restricted

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