Everyone must stay at home to help stop the spread of coronavirus.
You should only leave the house for 1 of 4 reasons:
Important - These 4 reasons are exceptions – even when doing these activities, you should be minimising time spent outside of the home and ensuring you are 2 metres apart from anyone outside of your household.
There is separate advice about:
Do not leave your home if you have either:
To protect others, do not go to places like a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Stay at home.
Use the 111 online coronavirus service to find out what to do.
Only call 111 if you cannot get help online.
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Mulgrave Road Surgery48 Mulgrave RoadSuttonSurrey, SM2 6LXTel: 020 8407 3600
Click on the above hyperlink to access our online service through patient access. In addition we offer:
Skype appointments: available with Dr Dino Pardhanani. Goto 'Appointments' and then 'Virtual Consultations' for booking details.
Surgery Clinicians are able to use Kinesis software to gain fast access to a virtual expert/ consultant opinions. This may mean patients incur less delay and/or do not require onward referral before the next step in their management is taken.
Antenatal care is by provided by all Doctors in the practice.
Midwives hold a bookable clinic on Tuesday from 2pm to 3.30pm.
Dr Clare O'Sullivan performs 8-week baby screening checks and supervises infant vaccinations in Baby Clinic. Appointments are on Monday from 1.30pm to 2.30pm
Health Visitor clinics are run from a local hub practice.
Patients on warfarin or newer anticoagulants can be monitored in-house by the practice nurse, overseen by Dr Dino Pardhanani.
Patients with Chronic Diseases, including Asthma and Diabetes, are recommended to have regular reviews.
Book an appointment with the specialist nurse / HCA.
Nurses and HCAs can perform blood pressure checks, cervical smears, immunisations and well-person health checks. They can also give advice about healthy living, including smoking cessation, a healthy diet and keeping active.
Healthy adults over the age of 40 should have their BP checked at least every 5 years.
Women 25-50 years old are screened every 3 years and every 5 years for 50-65 year olds. Please book a nurse appointment.
All 2 and 3 year olds (on 1st September 2018) are to be offered the nasal flu vaccination. Additionally, any child aged 4-18 in at risk groups can get their nasal flu vaccine at the surgery.
Children aged 3-9 who are not at risk will be offered the vaccination by school nurses. If your child misses this however, the surgery is unable to do it at the surgery, instead contacting the Childhood Immunisation team on 07880277958 to be added to their catch up programme.
Adult vaccines are recommended for people over 65 and patients and at risk patients. Housebound patients are vaccinated through the surgery with local pharmacists offering a service to other ambulatory patients.
Adults in England between 40-74 years old are encouraged to have NHS Health Checks. They give you and us a clearer picture of your health and help us both take action to reduce your risks of heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes and kidney disease.
ALL PATIENTS ARE ENTITLED TO REQUEST A CHAPERONE DURING CONSULTATIONS, MEDICAL EXAMINATIONS OR PROCEDURES.
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NHSGo Developed by young people for young people giving health information and advice via an app. www.nhsgo.uk
www.teenmindsetlondon.co.uk Teen Mindset London For parents struggling with their teenager
www.skylinesupport.org Skyline Support Services; Free online service providing counselling and workshops for 14-25 yr olds in Sutton and Croydon.
Teen Weight Wise Healthy eating for teenagers
Free counselling to young people aged 11-21 who live, work or study in Sutton Jump Start
SWISH information about free sexual Health screening
HPV Vaccination protect yourself from Cervical Cancer
Talk to Frank The A-Z of drugs and how to kick the habit
Teenage Health Freak Teenage Health Problems discussed
patient.co.uk Check your symptoms and look up information about different conditions
Information about Bullying Help on dealing with Bullies
Sutton UPLIFT offer talking therapies for those going through a bereavement and/or mental health issues. They operate a self-referral scheme. Please dial 0800 032 1411 to contact the service. UPLIFT web-link: http://www.suttonuplift.co.uk
A new website also supports people at risk of suicide: https://stayingsafe.net/
For those going through a bereavement: http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/bereavement/Pages/bereavement.aspx
Sutton also benefits from local CRUSE bereavement services
The nearest travel clinic operates from Coopers Pharmacy on Grove Road, at the top of Sutton High Street.
Please make an appointment here or other private clinic if you require any vaccinations relating to foreign travel.
It is important you make your initial appointment well in advance of your travel as you may also be required to come back for further appointments depending on your circumstances
Certain services such as private sick notes, insurance claim forms and some medical examinations are not covered by the NHS and charges are made in line with BMA recommendations. A list of these charges can be obtained from reception.
We do not provide an occupational health service. This includes obtaining Hepatitis B vaccination for which an employer has a duty to arrange for an employee.
For certain musculoskeletal problems deemed clinically appropriate,
Dr Anthony Free and Dr Dino Pardhanani can offer medical acupuncture.
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