Coronavirus - From 16 March, Conygre Road will only be used for seeing patients who are not shielding and need face to face review. Shielding patients will be seen at Stoke Gifford.
Sudden onset of vomiting and/or diarrhoea.
Norovirus causes viral gastroenteritis, which is characterised by the sudden onset of vomiting and/or diarrhoea. It is self-limiting and most people recover within one or two days. To prevent the spread of this illness, attending the practice while symptomatic should be avoided if possible. Patients will be advised by telephone to recover at home and to call back if symptoms persist after 48 hours. Anyone with symptoms of vomiting and/or diarrhoea are advised to stay away from work/school until they have been symptom free for 48 hours.Click here for more information
Patient information on what to expect following referral to secondary care.
PLEASE NOTE OUR NEW FAX NUMBER AT STOKE GIFFORD - 01179 314347
See our HANDi app for advice with common childhood minor illness
New Private Physiotherapy service at SGMC - CLICK HERE
See our Older People - Healthy Lifestyles page for details of 'Community Connectors'
Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening programme click here for info
Please see page for older people - healthy lifestyles for the link to our new RSVP volunteer programme.
Cold Calling Warning - Please click on this link to view NHS England SW guidance about cold calling. Cold Calling Advice for Patients
S Glos Walking for Health Website
First Contact scheme. First Contact helps people who are over 60 years old access a range of information to live independently at home and be more mobile. Click here for First Contact Details or download the First Contact Postcard , complete it yourself and return it to us at the Freepost address on the form
Ranitidine supply information Oct 19