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Please bear with us whilst we improve our facilities.

Building works have now commenced at the practice to ensure we can fully utilise the first floor of the building. This will result in three further consulting rooms being created and some re-configuration of the existing Dispensary and Administration areas in the practice. We are also having a staircase put into the building and a lift. These works are required to ensure that we continue to meet the needs of our growing patient population. These works are scheduled for completion by the end of March 2018.

We do ask for your support and patience during this time, works are being carried out in such a way as to minimise any disruption to the practice, however, there may be on occasions increased noise in the practice and the doors may be open slightly more than usual resulting in the Waiting Area being a little cooler at times.

We will ensure that there are clear signs showing any changes to the way we use the building during the refurbishment, please can you ensure you respect these changes.

The plans for the development have been displayed previously, however, please do ask at the reception desk if you would like to see these again.

SELF CARE WEEK 13TH – 19TH NOVEMBER 2017

Next week (13th-19th November 2017) is Self Care Week, when teams from NHS South Cheshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) will be out across the area, sharing the best tips for keeping yourself healthy

Please join us for a Ranger Led Walk starting and ending at Wrenbury Medical Centre on Thursday 16th November 11am – 12pm

The Wellie Walk in Wrenbury will commence at 11.00 am from Wrenbury Practice and return at approximately 12pm to the practice where there will be Self Care Information available. The Cheshire East Council ranger led walk will be about two miles long and it is most likely to be muddy underfoot. We will also have to negotiate a number of stiles and steps and one field where there may be cattle. Otherwise it’s a very pleasant walk, generally flat and everyone is welcome!

For further information please go to:
www.southcheshireccg.nhs.uk/pages/12107-self-care-week-2017-activities

You can be fighting off many minor illnesses this winter yourself, at home, by embracing Self Care for Life.

For further information please go to:
www.southcheshireccg.nhs.uk/choose-well/choose-well/self-care

Leaving School or College this Summer? Make sure you get your MenACWY vaccine

If you were born between 1 September 1998 and 31 August 1999 and are leaving school or college, make sure you get your MenACWY vaccine to protect yourself against a rare but life-threatening strain of meningitis.

Meningitis can cause different symptoms in different people, including:

  • fever with cold hands and feet
  • vomiting
  • severe headache
  • stiff neck
  • dislike of bright lights
  • tiredness
  • drowsiness
  • confusion
  • agitation
  • in some cases, convulsions or seizures

Meningitis is a life-threatening medical emergency and requires immediate medical attention if suspected.

Getting this vaccine and knowing the signs to look out for could save your life!

You can book in for your vaccine by speaking to one of the receptionists at your GP Practice.

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