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         Dear constituentI am writing to you with a further coronavirus update.You will be aware that the Prime Minister announced yesterday that the Government will start to ease the restrictions from March 8th onwards. Full details of the plan are ...
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Dear Patients of AshLea Medical Practice,Hopefully the worst of this Covid-19 wave is now behind us, and we can keep new variants at bay as we look forward to spring. As has been widely reported, the vaccination programme seems to be going well with good uptake from the firs...
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Patients of St Stephen’s house surgery are encouraged to participate in this years survey.
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Patients of St Stephen's House Surgery can now see an NHS GP by video using LIVI. Get medical advice, prescriptions and referrals on the same day – even at weekends. The service is provided free on the NHS. You can download the LIVI app to your mobile phone or tablet, at t...
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Update from Chris Grayling MP. 7th July 2020

Dear constituent I am writing to update you about the latest, disappointing news about the future of Epsom Hospital and the Epsom and St Helier Trust. Last Friday the leadership of the NHS in Surrey and London endorsed the provisional plan to build the proposed new hospital ...
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There is an NHS website where you can book an appointment for a Covd-19 vaccination. Appointments are currently available for those over the age of 80. (Those under the age of 80 may wish to monitor the website regularly as there seems to be no official notification when you...
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Message from the Partners

Firstly, we want to reassure you that practice is open and available to support our patients and has been throughout the coronavirus outbreak. What we have done is change the way we are asking you to contact us, in line with guidance from NHS England. This is to limit face-...
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Health - Covid-19

January 23, 2021

Call 111 before attending A & E unless it's a 999 need.

A message from Lisa Mardell | Communications Manager Surrey Heartlands Health and Care Partnership Stay safe and avoid waiting in A&E – just call 111 first. To ensure social distancing in the emergency department (A&E) waiting areas people with urgent, but not life-threat...
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