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Bournbrook Varsity
Established in 1895 by Sir Guy Dain. We have been serving the local community providing a full range of NHS services ever since. Friendly, modern GP Practice.
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Bournbrook Varsity Apr 12
Please click here for a list of pharmacies and their opening times over the Easter Bank Holiday.
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Bournbrook Varsity Apr 12
Please click here for a list of Walk-in and Emergency Care Centre opening times over the Easter Bank Holiday.
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Bournbrook Varsity Apr 12
Please be aware we will be closed on Fri 19th & Mon 22nd April 2019. Open as usual on Sat 20th April 2019. As we are part of the MyHealthcare Hub we are able to book appointments at our Hub sites over the Easter period. Contact Reception to book a GP Extended Access appointment
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NHS B'ham & Solihull CCG Apr 10
Do you take regular medications? Be sure to order your repeat prescription in time before the long & weekend. For more information, please visit
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NHS Diabetes Programme Apr 5
Prevention Week is a joint campaign from , and to raise awareness of Type 2 diabetes, at-risk groups and how to prevent it. These are just a few ways that you can help the NHS to prevent Type 2 diabetes this week!
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NHS Diabetes Programme Mar 31
Around 200,000 people are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes every year – you don’t need to be one of them. Make small changes now and start your journey to a Healthier You with the NHS Prevention Programme
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Public Health England Apr 5
This week, Duncan's Friday message focuses solely on the : . After clean water, vaccination is the most effective public health intervention in the world.
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Umbrella Apr 4
Are you under 25? If you’re having sex, there’s only one way to make sure you haven’t got an , and that’s to get tested. .
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Bournbrook Varsity Apr 5
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Bournbrook Varsity Mar 25
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Bournbrook Varsity Mar 15
We are raising money today for Comic Relief 2019. We have a raffle. Feel free to join in!
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Bournbrook Varsity Mar 13
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Alzheimer's Society Feb 12
Ask questions, get information and share practical tips with people who are sharing similar experiences. Access via smartphone, tablet or computer -
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Rare Disease Day Feb 27
Today is 2019! Events are taking place in 90+ countries around the world to raise awareness of the impact of rare diseases. Find an event near you
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NHS Organ Donation💗 Feb 26
Organ donation legislation is expected to change in the next few days, coming into force in 2020. Find out more and chat to your family about what you want.
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Umbrella Feb 28
Did your doctor ask you how many units of you consume and you were too scared to tell the truth? Looking for help? Reach out to our partners. .
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Bournbrook Varsity Feb 28
Too much sugar can lead to serious health problems like type 2 diabetes. Make a swap when you next shop! Visit the Change4Life website for more great swap ideas
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Bournbrook Varsity Feb 27
Are you our patient & over 14 years old, concerned about anxiety, depression or low self-esteem? Would you like to learn more about how to manage symptoms? Come along to our well-being groups - full details can be found here:
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B31 Voices Jan 18
Part of Bristol Road set to be CLOSED in Selly Oak this weekend to enable the removal of a large crane • The road will be closed between Chapel Lane and Heeley Road from 8pm on Fri 18 Jan until 5am Mon 21 Jan (or sooner) SEE:
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Bournbrook Varsity Jan 18
Cervical Cancer Prevention Week 21st to 27th January 2019. Our Nurses & GPs are always happy to talk you through the process before you book your appointment.
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