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Slow walking at 45 'a sign of faster ageing'
12 Oct 2019 00:08
Gait speed in mid-life indicates how fast the brain and body are ageing, researchers found.
Batten disease: Unique drug for a girl with deadly brain disease
12 Oct 2019 02:31
Mila is having far fewer - and briefer - seizures after a drug was designed just for her.
'Unacceptable' delays in diagnosing secondary breast cancer
11 Oct 2019 01:56
People should know the signs that breast cancer has spread to other parts of the body, a charity says.
Mother's sepsis warning after hospital failure
14 Oct 2019 00:06
Five-year-old Ava Macfarlane died from sepsis in December 2017.
England sees 'worst summer on record' for A&E waits
10 Oct 2019 18:57
Thousands of patients wait more than four hours, as doctors warn of a difficult winter ahead.
Having children more a priority for Westerners - Swansea uni study
13 Oct 2019 02:39
People in Western countries are more likely to look for a partner who wants children, a study finds.
Your Doctor's Responsibility
To treat you with respect and courtesy at all times.
To treat you as an individual, and to discuss with you the care and treatment we can provide.
To give you full information on the services we offer.
To give you the most appropriate care by suitably qualified staff.
To provide you with emergency care when you need it.
To refer you to a consultant acceptable to you when necessary.
To give you access to your health records, subject to any limitations in the law.
To hold all information in the strictest confidence.
To give you a full and prompt reply to any complaint you may make about our service.
Your Responsibilities As A Patient
To check the results/outcomes of any investigations including test results, x-rays, ultrasound scans etc.
Not to expect a prescription from every consultation with a doctor.
To take responsibility for your own health and to follow advice from doctors and nurses.
Advise the practice if any prescribed medication or course of treatment is not working as explained by the doctor or nurse.
To take medication according to the instructions, keep follow-up appointments and attend for screening procedures.
To ask for a home visit only when the patient is unable to attend through illness or infirmity.
To ask for an out-of-hours visit only when necessary.
To treat all the staff at the surgery with respect and courtesy at all times.
To keep your appointments and contact the practice in advance if you cannot attend for any reason.
To notify us promptly when you change your address or telephone number.