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Moray Mental Health & Wellness Centre will be hosting their July Programme via Zoom Video on Tuesday 21st July please see following link for more information.

Health & Wellness Programme

******Coronavirus Update******

If you have any worries about money during this uncertain time please have a look at the leaflet below.

Coronavirus Money Worries

 

Coronavirus is highly infectious; it can be spread by droplet and mist inhalation. This means you can pick it up by simply talking to someone.

***THE 6 FOOT RULE IS A MINIMUM***

There is a very good self help guide for Coronavirus available on the NHSinform website please read this now, even if you are well:                   

https://www.nhsinform.scot

Coronavirus is highly infectious, there is no cure and unless its progress is halted it will overwhelm the NHS.

In order to protect the most vulnerable in our community we are all responsible for maintaining social distance.

***********Coronavirus or Covid-19 Information***********

Should I be going to hospital if I feel unwell? Not without prior assessment - please follow the simple guide:

As always - if you have critical medical emergency, call 999.

If it's not an emergency;

1. If you have mild symptoms or are looking for information then please visit www.nhsinform.scot/coronavirus - if you can't find the answer all the special helpline on 0800 028 2816.

2. If you have Covid-19 symptoms and feel you cannot manage home - call NHS 24 on 111.

3. For all other non-Covid-19 health matter - call your own GP practice.

************ Isolation Note************

Please use the below service if you have been told to stay at home because of Coronavirus/Covid-19 and you need a note for your employer.

https://111.nhs.uk/isolation-note

*********Other Coronavirus Information*********

There is a very good self help guide for Coronavirus available on the NHSinform website and I would encourage everyone to read this now even if you are well:

https://www.nhsinform.scot/illnesses-and-conditions/infections-and-poisoning/coronavirus-covid-19

The situation is moving forward rapidly and we will endeavour to post an update frequently on our facebook page and website.

************SHINGLES VACCINE***********

Please following the link to find out about the Shingles Vaccine which is now available http://www.nhsinform.scot/shinglesvaccine

 

GP Appointments

Patients are advised to telephone at the duty team times (8.30 - 9am & 1.30 - 2pm) to speak with our duty team for all GP appointments.

To maximise our valuable and limited resources, it is essential that patients cancel any appointments (doctor/nurse) that they no longer require or are unable to attend

 

Pharmacy

If you have any queries the local Pharmacys can be contacted on the following numbers:

  • Bishopmill Pharmacy:               01343 547374 3JCAWFDZYMCACHVZQPCA1EW8WKCAH5ALS1CAGDD1NVCAK08XV6CAXHUERYCATFNR1TCAHD6QEFCAVMXKB7CAWGXRKMCA8ENIUYCAW9G5LGCAGQCLUJCAV70PWZCAOBCATLCAFHT3UPCAYOC07L.jpg
  • Boots High Street Pharmacy:     01343 543311
  • Boots Glassgreen Pharmacy:     01343 542186
  • Boots Springfield Pharmacy:      01343 543685
  • Lhanbryde Pharmacy:               01343 842531
  • Lloyds Farmfoods Pharmacy:     01343 547065
  • Lloyds High Street:                   01343 542571
  • Lloyds Lossiemouth:                 01343 812818
  • Lossiemouth Pharmacy:            01343 813095

 

Minor Ailments

Everyone can go to their pharmacist for advice or to buy a medicine for a minor illness or ailment. But this minor ailments  service is for adults and children, who don’t pay prescription charges. It means that if your pharmacist thinks you need it then they can give you a medicine on the NHS without you having to pay for it. It will also save you making an appointment with your GP simply to get a prescription. Your consultation will always be with a qualified pharmacist and you don't have to make an appointment, just go along at a time that suits you.

You will be able to get advice and free treatment from your community pharmacist for minor illnesses and ailments such as:

              acne              head lice            athlete's foot               back ache              indigestion        

          cold sores         mouth ulcers         constipation         nasal congestion            cough         

            pain                  diarrhoea               period pain               ear ache                  thrush

        eczema                allergies              sore throat            haemorrhoids(piles)      threadworms

                                     hay fever                  warts                  verrucae

If your pharmacist feels that it is better for you to see your GP they will direct you to do so.

 

 
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