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Read our Autumn 2018 Newsletter which can be found by clicking on Latest News under Quick Links on the right hand side of this page and clicking on Read our Newsletter.    We hope you enjoy it and please let us have any comments.

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Wooler Health Awareness Day Wednesday 17th April 2019

 

Your Health Matters is the name chosen by the two Wooler GP Patient Groups for their special event intended to raise awareness of services available in our area to help maintain and improve good health.

Some 18 health-based organisations will be represented in the Glendale Hall, Wooler from 12 noon until 6 p.m. providing information on their work.

The event will be opened by Liz Morgan, Director of Public Health for Northumberland.   Admission is free and light refreshments provided by Roddam W.I. will be on sale during the afternoon.

 

EASTER HOLIDAYS

The surgery will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday.   If you need advice, call NHS 111. 

We expect Tuesday 23rd April to be very busy and will be offering 'on the day' appointments only and request that people with non-urgent problems ask for an appointment later in the week.   Additionally, if possible, can you please order your medication by the 16th April.  You can order repeat medication up to 10 days in advance.  

CARER'S GROUP

The next meeting of the Carer's Group will take place on Wednesday 17th April between 10-12 noon.   All carers are invited to attend this meeting, have a coffee and a chat with other carers and there may be a presentation at this meeting about coping with bereavement and Carers Northumberland may also be planning to attend. If you are a carer, or know someone who is, please let them know and come and see what support we can give you.

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