The Surgery is planning to offer, by 31st March 2016, an online facility for patients to view detailed coded data within their medical record.
Norovirus, sometimes known as the winter vomiting bug, is the most common stomach bug in the UK.
The virus is highly contagious. It can affect people of all ages and causes vomiting and diarrhoea.
There’s no specific cure for norovirus, so you have to let it run its course. It’s usually mild and shouldn’t last more than a couple of days.
The period from when you’re infected to when you start to show symptoms (the incubation period) usually lasts between 12 and 48 hours. You may be infectious to other people during this time.
Although having norovirus can be unpleasant, it’s not usually dangerous and most people make a full recovery within a couple of days without having to see their GP.
If you or your family are experiencing vomiting and diarrhoea, please do not come to the Surgery. Please call us and we will give you advice.
For information about the GP2GP process for new patients and their electronic health record, as well as answers to some frequently asked questions.
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We are planning to offer, by 31st March 2015, an online facility for patients to view areas of their medical records such as a summary of information relating to medications, allergies and adverse reactions. If patients require access to other areas of their record they will need to speak with a GP. Please contact the practice to arrange this. There will also be a facility to download or print the information.
The surgery is holding, in conjunction with the PPG, a health awareness evening on Thursday 12th June at 7pm in the village church hall in Bar Hill. There will be three speakers, one being a cardiologist from the local hospital, the other two from the local slimming groups. There will also be stalls promoting health as well as the practices own PPG group promoting our monthly health walks.
Anyone is welcome to join us at the evening.
The surgery has a well established PPG group. If you are interested in how the surgery is run or have any suggestions please speak to the reception or visit www.maple-ppg.org