BCG vaccine is given to those babies who are likely to come into contact with someone with tuberculosis (TB). This includes babies who live in an area with high rates of TB or babies with parents or grandparents from a country with high rates of TB.
Information on referrals to secondary care (hospitals and local clinics) and self referrals for specialist treatment and advice. What is the NHS e-Referral Service? The NHS e-Referral Service (previously known as Choose and Book) is a national electronic referral service that allows you to choose the place, time and date for your first outpatient appointment. You […]
Useful resources for Mental Health Support Good Thinking Are you anxious, stressed or suffering from low mood? Do you have sleep problems? Good Thinking has online tools to help your mental health. Mind in Harrow This directory contains listings for organisations and services that can help people in Harrow with many mental health and related […]
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we are not offering vitamin B12 injections at the practice. Please refer to the following guidelines by the British Society for Haematology for how you can continue to obtain vitamin B12 supplementation during the pandemic Non-dietary Vitamin B12 deficiency (including pernicious anaemia, prior gastrectomy, bariatric surgery, achlorhydria, pancreatic insufficiency, […]
The www.nhs.uk/smokefree website offers a few options available to smokers who want to quit, these include: Specialist advice from the national Smokefree website; millions have used the Smokefree support to help them stop smoking Download a Smokefree app such as http://www.sf28.co.uk or Smoke Free by Dave Crane. Both apps are available for Apple and Android devices as are many […]
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