Noticeboard

The surgery will be closed on Thursday 30th September 2021 from 12.30pm for staff training 

MED3 sickness certificates

MED3 certificates can now be emailed to you or sent directly to your mobile phone.  This saves you coming into the surgery to collect your certificate.  Please ensure that when you request your certificate that we have the correct email address and mobile telephone number. 

 

Low Carb Programme for the Colne Valley PCN
Weight Loss & The Colne Valley Low Carb Project
Are you interested in a healthy diet, weight loss, being able to put Type 2 diabetes or Prediabetes into remission? Then read on.
A new FREE Colne Valley PCN Low Carb Programme is now available to patients of Kelvedon and Feering Healthcare Centre with a BMI of over 25, who are looking to lose weight or eat more healthily. The six-week programme, delivered over Zoom, will equip you with information, skills, tips and support to help you to adopt the low carb approach and help you to achieve your health goals.
To find out more please click the link below

Low Carb Poster

Home Visits

homevisitsHome visits are available to you if you are a registered patient. Patients requiring home visits must be housebound because of illness or disability.

If you require a visit, please try to ring before 11.00am to enable the doctor to plan the calls. One doctor does the house calls each day so it is not possible to request a particular doctor to make the visit.

When requesting your visit please give the staff as much information as possible so that the degree of urgency can be ascertained. Please be aware that the doctor will decide if the visit is necessary and may choose to telephone you first to establish the best way of dealing with your problem.

Home visits are available to you if you are a registered patient. Patients requiring home visits must be housebound because of illness or disability.

If the patient has a temperature or a rash, coming to the surgery will do them no harm and will not endanger others, but please let the receptionist know when you arrive.

Visiting is extremely time consuming so please try to attend the practice if possible.

 

 
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