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Why not sign up to Online Services? This will allow you to book and or cancel routine GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view a summary of your medical records, including test results.  There's a mobile app too.  Ask at reception or email Kingstonccg.brunswick.surgery@nhs.net

"83% of all patient ratings about this practice were good, very good or excellent"  CFEP Survey

PLEASE NOTE: As a general rule, surgeries will only prescribe two months' worth of repeat medication (unless exceptional circumstances).

Click here to take part in wheelchair service survey http://www.surreydownsccg.nhs.uk/get-involved/have-your-say/

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 ONLINE SERVICES

Why not sign up to Online Services? This will allow you to book and or cancel routine GP appointments, order repeat prescriptions, view a summary of your medical records, including test results.  There's a mobile app too.

If you would be interested in using this service you will need to register for Online Services. This you can do by emailing us on Kingstonccg.brunswick.surgery@nhs.net with the following information:

Surname and First Name

Date of Birth

Email addresss

Mobile Number

 

We will then email to you our Terms & Conditions Agreement and Application Form, for your completion/signatures and return. Once these are received, we will email you a registration document with clear instructions on how to create your account.

Please allow up to 5 working days to receive the online registration forms.

Please be aware that your email address is essential, for you to be able to register for this service

  

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CHANGES TO EXTENDED HOURS:

Brunswick Surgery are pleased to offer pre-bookable appointments:

- Wednesday evenings until 7.30 pm

- Monday, Tuesday and Friday mornings from 7.30 am

- Saturday mornings - 8.00 am until 10.00 am (please phone reception)

Kids Jabs - the importance of vaccinating your children

Surrey Disability Register - join here

The Surrey Disability Register is a group of disabled residents living in Surrey who have access to a number of benefits as well as organisations to have a voice and share their views. On joining individuals are provided with an identity card (ID), which forms written proof that they have registered a disability with Surrey County Council. Every member also receives a newsletter, discounts with specialist equipment suppliers and benefits with leisure centres, cinemas and theatres.

Care and Support for Adults - information from Surrey County Council

Shingles - click here to find out if you are eligible for a free jab

Improve your emotional wellbeing

Recovery College - courses to help with good mental health

Mind Matters - click here to refer yourself for help with common mental health issues such as anxiety/depression

Child mental health - do you have a concern about a child?

Child mental health advice

Like baking - but have diabetes? Click here for diabetic-friendly bakes!

Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening for men over 65

Walking for Health - click here for details of short guided walks

Advice on having difficult conversations with relatives - click here

Smoking - click here for help to stop

Click here for information on "Get Active 50+" - discounts on dance & exercise classes

Cervical Screening (smears) - why you should book now

New "Eat Well" guidelines - click here

Apply now for online access to your medical records, booking appointments and ordering medication - click here for details

There is only "One You" - click here for healthy lifestyle advice

Want to lose weight?  Click here for meal plans

Click here for blood pressure information pack

 

Hepatitis A vaccination

Due to a national shortage of Hepatitis A vaccination, we would like to advise our patients who are considering travelling this summer and indeed this year, to book as far in advance as possible with the Practice Nurses.  In order for us to risk assess your trip adequately and provide the best advice and cover, an appointment over 1 month in advance would be ideal .

Many thanks for your co-operation in this matter, this advise will remain in place for the foreseeable future .

 

 

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