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Long Term Conditions

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Cancer

Cancer

One in three people will be affected by cancer at some stage in their life. There are many different types of cancer and this page doesn't cover them all, but the general information will help you to access further information and support.


Macmillan Cancer Support - The cancer line and how it can help

There are more videos available Macmillan and the support they offer on the Macmillan Video Site

There is further information and educational videos on the Cancer Research UK Video Site


Useful Links

Cancer - Healthtalkonline
Healthtalkonline Healthtalkonline, an award-winning charity website, lets you share in other people's experiences of health and illness. An excellent resource compiled after interviewing a wide range of people suffering from heart disease.

Cancer Overview
An excellent resource with useful video, audio, images and references relating to differing forms of Cancer, the causes & treatments.

Cancerhelp
cancer help
Free information service provided by Cancer Research UK about cancer and cancer care for people with cancer and their families. Information is formatted in such a way that makes understanding the website an easy process

Macmillan Cancer Support cancer backup
Europe's leading cancer information charity, with over 4,500 pages of up-to-date cancer information, practical advice and support for cancer patients, their families and carers.

NHS Choices
Further information about symptoms, treatment, causes and prevention of Cancer


These links all come from trusted resources but if you are unsure about these or any other medical matters please contact your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

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''Sick Notes''

'Sick notes' are not required for the first 7 days of illness. If an illness continues beyond 7 days and you are unable to work, a sick note will be required. For less than 7 days illness your employer should provide you with 'Self Certification Form' to complete and return to them.

 

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Out of Hours
The practice is covered by an out of hours service (Primecare) which deals with the entire out of hours medical care. To contact this service directly please call        111

Appointments

70% of all GP appointments can be booked up to 4 weeks in advance.  The remaining 30% of GP appointments become available at 8am each day.  To book these appointments, please telephone on the day that you wish to be seen as near to 8am as you can

APPOINTMENTS AFTER 6.30

On a Monday evening we offer appointments with a Practice Nurse, Nurse Consultant and a GP from 6.30-7.30 - please see reception to book


ON-LINE BOOKING - you need to register (ask at reception) and then you can book up to 14 days in advance subject to availability

Walk in Surgery
Held at Hampton Dene Surgery - every weekday 9am-10.30am for minor illness or a single new problem - no appointment necessary


Blood tests
Please ring after 11am 3-4 days after your blood was taken. Some tests and investigations may take longer.

Are you a carer?

 

A Carer is a person of any age, adult or child, who provides unpaid support to a partner,child, relative or friend who couldn't manage to live independently or whose health or well being would deteriorate without this help. This could be due to frailty, disability or serious health condition, mental ill health or substance misuse.

 

Herefordshire Carers Support is a registered charity providing practical support and advice.Have a look at their website, and register as a Carer:

 

http://herefordshirecarerssupport.org/

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