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Cervical Cancer Prevention week: 22nd to 28th January 2018

Below is an EasyRead guide for women thinking about having a smear test. It could help stop you getting cervical cancer.

EasyRead guide to a Smear Teast

 EasyRead guide to smear test



The Surgery will be closed for statutory training on Wednesday 31st January from 1pm

Please phone 111 if you need medical attention that cannot wait until the surgery reopens on Thursday 1st February or visit NHS Choices Self Help Guide or our own Self Help page for further assistance.



Are you worried your kids are having too much sugar?

Over half of the sugar that kids eat comes from snacks and drinks. Look for 100 calorie snacks, two a day max. Visit for more information.

50 percent of sugar that our kids eat comes from snacks and drinks



Planning a journey to an NHS medical appointment?

Patient Transport Advice Service can give help and support if you need transport assistance to an NHS medical appointment.

Patient transport



Think Pharmacy First...they play a key role in providing quality healthcare

Pharmacists and chemists play a key role in providing quality healthcare to patients. You do not need an appointment to see a pharmacist and most pharmacies will have a private consulting room or a quiet area where you can discuss your symptoms if you wish. They can also help you decide if you need to see a doctor, or whether to use any other type of local NHS service.

 North Devon Pharmacies Opening Times

 Pharmacies providing Pharmacy First Services

Pharmacy First



Keep Antibiotics Working TV campaign

Taking ANTIBIOTICS when you don't need them puts you and your family at risk.

Always take your doctor's advice on antibiotics.



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