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Australian Flu Epidemic to hit the UK this winter. Support your GP practice and protect yourself- get your free Flu vaccine or Kids Nasal Spray. Clinic date 21st Oct. You can book at reception, over automated phone system or online by clicking link below: Flu Clinic log on or just turn up.

Several patients are not turning up for appointments. To cancel click here : Cancel appointment

Book Nurse Practitioner appointments online for minor illness, UTI, coughs & colds, sore throats, chest infections etc. Nurse Practitioners can prescribe medication too.  Please note appts maybe upstairs. Not for travel vaccines or dressings or under 2yr olds.

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Patient Clinical Information & Support Groups

Mammogram Results

If you have had a mammogram then you can obtain the results directly by contacting the Jarvis Centre on  (01483 783211) or clicking on the link below:

https://www.breast-screening.surrey.nhs.uk/

Breast cancer treatment and aftercare information leaflet click here: OAFU Breast Cancer Patient Leaflet 23 Nov 2016.pdf

Support Groups

If you have a clinical condition and would like to meet others with the same condition then please do contact the surgery and we will try to link you in with our buddy service.

Groups that we have initiated ourselves or we have made links with are as follows:

Lymphoedema

http://www.lymphoedema.org/

Ehlers-Danlos syndrome (classical EDS)

Web site and support group : https://www.ehlers-danlos.org/

Classical EDS symptoms are as follows:

  • Fragile skin which can split easily with minimal trauma. Stretchy skin, often very stretchy!
  • Joint hypermobility, which may cause the joints to slip out of position resulting in dislocations or subluxations, and may be associated with chronic joint pain.
  • Easy bruising, fragile and extensible tissues can also result in hernias, prolapse and cervical insufficiency.

Dementia Research

Active research is being conducted to help find a cure for Dementia. If you would like to help and are over 18 years old you can register an interest and it is possible to act as a representative on  behalf of someone interested in taking part in dementia research through Join Dementia Research. It is a national telephone service with charity helplines – Alzheimer’s Research UK 0300 1115 111 or Alzheimer’s Society 0300 222 1122 – or for more information look online at www.joindementiaresearch.nihr.ac.uk

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

The group meets on the first Tuesday of each month to share experiences and to offer support. Please contact reception who will liaise with the  organiser who in turn will then contact you.

Polymyalgia Rheumatica

A local support group is run in Ashford and several of our patients attend. For more details see the website link below:

http://www.pmrgca.co.uk/content/home-page

Fibromyalgia Friendship Group Staines

This is a very friendly local support group that meet regularly to share experiences and to help each other especially to help those that feel alone and isolated by their condition . The group meets at St Pauls Church Hall, Thorpe Rd/St Pauls Rd Staines TW18 3HJ on the second Tuesday of each month between 10.30 and 12.30.

Autoimmune conditions

These often rare conditions can be isolating- please discuss with Dr Gill McFarlane who will endeavour to link you with other patients who are in a similar situation to yourself.

Multiple Sclerosis Group

The Friday Club meet every Friday at St Davids Church Hall, Stanwell. They also produce a useful newsletter and social events. Please contact Christine on 07848916297

Prostate Surgery

Men's Prostate Support Group meets on the first Thursday of every month in the Surgery: for all men who are worried about symptoms of an enlarged prostate (such as frequent nightly toilet visits), men who have been diagnosed with prostate cancer and are unclear about the various treatments, or who have had prostate surgery and would find it helpful to discuss the recovery and after-effects with other post-op patients. We meet in complete confidence and discuss the subject with doctors and other specialist health professionals.

Traumatic Cardiac Event

If you have experienced a traumatic Cardiac event and would like to link in with other patients that have experienced similar trauma please contact our Reception Managers who will take your details.  We will endeavour to link you up with other patients.

NHS Free Online Talking Therapy

Run by IESO Online Talking Therapy is provided on behalf of the NHS. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is delivered online. in real time over the internet using written (typed) conversations. You meet with an accredited therapist in a secure online therapy room at a scheduled time and location that is convenient to you. Appointments are either 30 or 60 minutes long and you can attend them from anywhere you can connect to the internet. See the link below for more details http://iesohealth.com/accessing-ieso/patients/surrey/ or phone 01954 230 066

Improving Cancer Care Action Group

Patient led group working with ASPH in giving input into improving the cancer services throughout the Trust. The group meets regularly on the 2nd Wednesday of every month to discuss issues which affect patients, carers or their families. Contact Pat Morrison p.morrison456@btinternet.com or Sarah Burton sarah.burton@asph.nhs.uk Tel 01932 722851

Ashford Breast Cancer Support Group 

Long established group patient lead group, supported by ASPH clinical nurses. The Ashford Breast Cancer Support Group offers support and practical help for those who have had or are undergoing treatment for breast cancer and also to their loved ones. For further contact details click here:    http://www.ashfordbreastcancersupportgroup.org/index.html



 
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