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In line with the new General Data Protection Regulation, please find attached the Data Protection Privacy Notice for Patients, and leaflet explaining how we use your information

Data Protection Privacy Notice

How We Use Your Data Leaflet

 

NHS Stay Well Walks

Stay well walks will be commencing soon and we will be doing walks during lunch time to help motivate patients to exercise.

 

PRACTICE PARTICIPATION GROUP (PPG)

  

ARE YOU AN ACTIVE MEMBER OF THE COMMUNITY? MAYBE YOU WOULD LIKE TO JOIN OUR PPG?

The Sidda Family Practice has had a PPG for several years now, with approximately 10 members.  If you are interested in being the voice of the patients and would like to participate in the group as a representative for the patients and the surgery, working in the community, please contact the surgery for more details on how to.

 

Clinics & Services

NHS Health Checks

If you are aged over 40 you can book in for a health check with the practice nurses.

Family Planning

Advice on all types of family planning and contraception is available from the doctor and the practice nurse; this includes emergency contraception (the morning after pill) and also condom distribution.

Maternity Action Advice Line

Maternity Action has launched a new advice line on maternity rights and benefits. We offer free, telephone advice to pregnant women, new parents, health professionals and advisors. Advice covers UK citizens and migrants. We offer advice on pregnancy at work, health and safety, pregnancy discrimination, maternity leave and pay, paternity leave and pay, return to work, flexible working, sickness, breastfeeding rights, benefits and many other questions. The advice line is supported by the Big Lottery Fund.

The advice line number is 0845 600 8533.

Advice line is open on Wednesdays & Thursdays 15:00 – 19:00, and Fridays 10:00 – 14:00.

For more information, see www.maternityaction.org.uk

 
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