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There are now confirmed cases of Coronavirus in the UK.

Please look at the attached poster if you are at all concerned and more importantly, follow the advice given:



Flu season is well and truly upon us once again. There has been a CONSIDERABLE rise in the number of patients with 'flu.

Please see information here about what to do if you think you may have flu.

What to do about 'flu

Government information tells us that the flu' vaccination this year is a good match to the strain of 'flu that is circulating.  If you have not yet had your free NHS flu vaccination, please call the main surgery number and book an appointment as soon as possible, in order to avoid this potentially dangerous illness.

Thank you

Who should have a flu jab?


This practice will be ensuring everyone has easier and more convenient access to GP services, including appointments at evenings and weekends. We will be working with a variety of health care providers in several locations, all registered with CQC to provide GP services. The GP practice where the patient is seen will take responsibility for the regulated activity delivered there, regardless of where the patient is registered.

Evening appointments Monday to Friday, are available at Salisbury Medical Practice and Saturday appointments are available at Three  Chequers Medical Practice, Three Swans site for blood tests,  HCA and Nurse appointments.


Our next specialist talk will be held on October 2019 and will be on Prostate and Breast Cancer.  Keep an eye open for the date!


On Wednesday May 8th  Whiteparish based volunteers Neil Orr and Deborah Martin from the First Responders of the South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust gave a very interesting and interactive talk on First Aid for All.  They shared their expertise and experiences to illustrate how critical the role of the First Aider is – and that any one of us may be called on to help someone in need.

The WPPG and all in attendance thanked Neil and Deborah for their excellent presentation.

 The WPPG are currently seeking additional members, and if any patients are interested in joining they should enquire at the surgery reception or contact Gary Peacock at


In April 2018, Dr Claire Page gave us a very informative talk on 'Falls and How to Prevent Them'.

Dr Page advised that keeping active and exercising, was the best way to improve your balance and strength - both key ingredients for preventing falls.  Indeed, she had us on our feet and trying some of these exercises! 

Please see below for a copy of the 6 exercises that she recommended.  A paper copy of these is available at the surgery too.

6 Exercises to Help Prevent Falls

The full Get Up and Go leaflet can be accessed here: Get up and Go Leaflet


New members for our PPG are always welcome.  The group should be representative of all ages of patients! Please click on 'Contact Us' or speak to one of the Receptionists if you are interested in helping to shape the direction and services of the Practice and they will pass your details to us


The PPG also fundraises for the Practice. So far, we have bought a new bluetooth ECG monitor and provided WIFI access for patients waiting in the surgery.


You can read about our action plan and reports by clicking on the 'Plans and Reports' tab above. 


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