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Westdale Lane Surgery20-22 Westdale LaneGedlingNottingham, NG4 3JATel: 0115 961 3968 (2 lines)
Westdale Lane Surgery Newsletter - Spring/Summer 2019
Our practice nurses undertake regular review of patients suffering from high blood pressure, diabetes and asthma. Your doctor can advise you on how often he/she wishes you to be reviewed. Alternatively, please speak to the Nurse for further information.
All doctors in the practice provide contraceptive services and advice during normal surgery hours. In addition there is also a nurse-run family planning clinic.
Full ante-natal and post-natal care is provided by the Practice, together with the Community Midwives and local hospitals.
The practice offers minor surgery when necessary for skin tags, warts and verrucae, etc. Warts and verrucae are treated in the “Wart clinic”; lesions requiring excision should first be seen by your doctor during normal surgery hours, following which arrangements can be made for surgery. Please note there is a limited availability of appointments for purely cosmetic lesions.
You are a carer if you provide unpaid support to a family member, neighbour or friend. They could need support because they are ill, frail, disabled or have a mental health or substance misuse problem.
This practice is working closely with Carers Federation to identify, inform and support our carers.
Your practice carer champion is: Mrs Paula Watts, Practice Manager
Your Carers Champion will be able to point carers to relevant information as to where they can get help whether that is information leaflets, someone to talk to, or access to services.
It is important that carers voices are heard. If you are a carer and are interested in becoming a carer representative within the practice patient participation group, please speak to :
You are still an unpaid carer if you:
It is important to Let your practice know that you are a carer
There are lots of benefits to registering with your GP as a carer
Nottinghamshire Carers Hub 0115 824 8824
Are you, or is someone you know, providing much-needed care for a loved one? If so, get free access to a range of support and services – right when you need it most. Carers Trust East Midlands provide timely, personalised information and support via the Nottinghamshire Carers Hub to make caring for a loved one easier. Click on the link for more information… http://www.carerstrustem.org/hub
Nottinghamshire County Council
Tel: 0300 500 800
If you informally care for someone who lives in Nottinghamshire County Council you have the right to ask for a carer’s assessment, this will look at the impact caring has on you and the support you may need. The assessment is about you, not the person you care for. For more information visit http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/care/adult-social-care/carers/support-for-carers
You are a young carer if you:
To get support, you will need to complete a young carers assessment. There are a range of support options which you can be offered.
For Carers Living In Nottingham City
Carers Federation, Carers First Service- 0115 9629369 www.carersfederation.co.uk
Carers Federation, Action For Young Carers 0115 9629 351 www.aycnottingham.co.uk
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