The surgery will be closed on the following dates over Easter:
Good Friday (18th)
Easter Monday (21st)
There will be no Saturday morning clinic on the 19th April so we will be open again as usual on 22nd April from 08:30.
Simple steps such as having a well-stocked medicine cabinet at home can help with minor illnesses and injuries, and with us being closed Good Friday and Easter Monday we want to remind patients to ensure their repeat prescriptions are ordered in advance.
For immediate, life-threatening emergencies such as stroke, blacking out or severe blood loss, patients should dial 999 or got to their local A&E department.
For other illnesses and injuries there are a range of services available. Pharmacists can help with many minor ailments such as colds, flu, headaches, sore throats, ear aches, emergency contraception, skin problems and more.
To find out which pharmacies will be open over the Bank Holiday weekend, visit www.cambridgeshireandpeterboroughccg.nhs.uk or call NHS 111.
Minor Injury Units (MIUs) and Walk-in Centres can help with things like wound stitching, bites, minor burns and scalds and sports injuries:
- Doddington – The Minor Injuries Unit at Doddington Hospital is open 9am-5pm on Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays.
- Ely – The Minor Injuries Unit at Princess of Wales Hospital, Ely, is open 8.30am-6pm daily (including Bank Holidays).
- St Neots – The Walk-In Centre in St Neots is open from 8am-8pm on Good Friday, 9am-4pm on Saturday, closed Easter Sunday, and open 8am- 8pm on Easter Monday.
For those who are unsure of where to go or need advice on their illness and injury, they can call NHS 111 which is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Calls are answered by a team of fully trained call advisers who will direct the caller to the most appropriate and available local service.
NHS Choices at www.nhs.uk also has information covering a whole host of illnesses and injury, including causes, symptoms and treatment.