Be prepared for common ailments by keeping a well-stocked medicines cabinet at home. What should you have in your medicines box HR
The Herbert Protocol – Safe & Found
TREATING HAY FEVER
Beat the Street
Beat the Street and get involved in the mass participation physical activity game everyone is talking about this summer - #KeepActiveES From 6 June until 25 July, Beat the Street will once again see towns and villages in East Sussex turned into a massive walking and cycling game encouraging players in schools, businesses and community groups to earn points and prizes for themselves and their team by exploring and being more active in the community. During this free, fun challenge there will be nearly 500 senors (called Beat Boxes) appearing on lampposts across East Sussex. Pick up a Beat the Street card and map at your local library, leisure centre or selected pharmacies. Start playing by swiping as many Beat Boxes as possible to earn points and win prizes. To enter a team for this year's competition or make contact with an engagement coordinator please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dealing with Diabetes – Talk and Question and Answer Session
FERRY ROAD HEALTH CENTRE & RYE MEDICAL CENTRE PATIENT PARTICIPATION GROUPS
INVITE YOU TO A PRESENTATION BY
Erwin Castro (Senior Diabetes Specialist Nurse)
“Dealing with Diabetes”
Wednesday 20th June at 6.30pm at Tilling Green Community Centre
All are welcome
COMPLIMENTARY REFRESHMENTS FROM 6pm
RAFFLE IN AID OF PPG FUNDS
For more information please contact the surgery
The Ferry Road Health Centre can now offer a free service for adults aged 16+ to improve their emotional and mental well-being. A Community Navigator will be here on Tuesdays and Fridays between 9 and 5 to offer one-to-one meetings to help you find practical solutions to everyday issues including : Health/Well-being Social Networks Education/Training Leisure Activities Finance/Debt Housing Employment Volunteering For more information please call or come into the surgery.
Diabetes Prevention Week 16-22 April 2018
Around 200,000 people are diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes every year - you don't need to be one of them. A free, personalised programme to help you with your weight, healthy eating and exercise - reducing your risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes - is available through the surgery. To see if you may be at high risk of Type 2 Diabetes go to www.diabetes.org.uk/risk or speak to us here at the surgery.
Antibiotics – Taking them when you don’t need to
Taking ANTIBIOTICS when you don't need them puts you and your family at risk. Remember if you're feeling unwell antibiotics aren't always needed. For more information go to http://antibioticguardian.com/assets/KAW_leaflet_final.pdf
NATIONAL CHLAMYDIA SCREENING PROGRAMME
Reduce Medicines Wastage
Everyone has a part to play to reduce medicines waste. If everyone makes small changes then together with can make a massive difference to reducing waste and looking after our NHS. read more...
Domestic or sexual abuse and violence. The Portal.
Domestic or sexual abuse and violence can affect anyone. Domestic violence and abuse is defined as any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour. read more...
Advanced Nurse Practitioner
The surgery now has an Advanced Nurse Practitioner holding clinics very Tuesday and Friday afternoon.
Sara Terry is a qualified nurse with extra training skills. She can assess patients’ problems and health needs, prescribe, plan care and refer patients to consultants. If you have a minor ailment or infection, book in with Sara whenever possible.