The AGM will be held at the Ferry Road Health Centre on Friday 2nd December at 10:00 a.m. Everyone is welcome to attend.
Our Christmas Raffle raised £352 for St. Michael’s Hospice. Thank you all for your support. We wish you a Happy and Healthy 2017.
There is a blood donation session at Rye College, The Grove, TN31 7ND on Thursday 22nd December 2016. Appointments are available between 13:30-16:00 and 17:00-20:00. To make an appointment please call 0300 123 23 23 or go on-line at http://www.blood.co.uk Save a life. Give blood.
STOPTOBER is back for 2016 to encourage smokers to make a quit attempt during October. Stoptober encourages smokers to a 28 day stop smoking challenge. If you would like help and support to quit please contact the surgery for more information.
We are now making appointments for this years influenza vaccinations. If you would like to have this vaccine, or are not sure whether your are eligible, please telephone the surgery and one of our Receptionists will be happy to advise you.
Coughing for three weeks? Get out of breath easily? Then tell your Doctor….. Coughs – Everyone gets a cough now and then but a cough that doesn’t go away could be a sign of lung cancer or other lung disease. If you’ve had a cough for three weeks or more, tell your Doctor. It’s probably nothing […]
If you are confused about your benefits, or are worried about your income and need sound advice, come along to the drop in sessions held at the Ferry Road Health Centre. These sessions run on alternate Wednesdays (the next one is on 10th August) between 2-4pm and expert benefit advisors are on hand to answer […]
Bike Week (11th-19th June) is an annual opportunity to promote cycling and show how cycling can easily be part of everyday life by encouraging ‘everyday cycling for everyone’ To support this year’s Bike Week, Active Hastings and Active Rother are launching the 1066 Cycling Festival. The two day festival is taking place on Saturday 11th […]
In our adult years, the lifestyle choices we make can dramatically increase our chances of becoming ill later in life. “One You” is a new campaign from Public Health England, aimed at all adults to encourage healthy lifestyle changes. Making small changes now can improve your health right away and double your chances of staying […]
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