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Tyne Med Practice
GP surgery in Haddington, East Lothian.
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IJB😷 Jun 23
Our CWIC Mental Health Support line is there for you. Phone 01620 642 963 Mon-Fri and let us help you to start to feel better. More at
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IJB😷 Jun 15
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IJB😷 Jun 10
ElHSCP's new Community Treatment and Access Service for patients using Haddington GP practices opens its doors at East Lothian Community Hospital on Monday 15 June. More at
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IJB😷 Jun 5
ELHSCP is here to help. Call the CWIC Mental Health line on 01620 642 963 for support and advice. Open Monday to Friday from 09.00 to 16.00
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NHS Lothian Jun 9
If you have a minor injury remember we have a Call MIA service where you can be assessed in your own home by video call. Please call 07977 246848 to get an appointment and experts will assess your injury and provide advice or treatment:
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Scottish Government Apr 24
If you have an urgent non-coronavirus health concern, seek help promptly. GP surgeries and hospitals are still here for you. 📞 Call your GP surgery, or call 111 out of hours. In an emergency dial 999. More information ➡
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Nicola Sturgeon Mar 28
For those asking, if you are in this group you will get a letter in next few days from the Chief Medical Officer for Scotland - some will have received it already.
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East Lothian Primary Care Improvement Mar 23
New Primary Care Service ready(ish) to go live! 2m spacing observed.
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Scottish Government Mar 23
If you need a sick note due to coronavirus, don’t contact your GP or NHS 24. You can download an isolation note directly from NHS Inform here ➡️ You can find all the latest health information on coronavirus here➡️
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Changes Community Health Project Mar 23
The effects of music are wide, from stress release, relaxing the mind& energising the body. Dust off an old instrument or get the radio on! 🎼🎸🎺🎤🎻 East Lothian 1st Response team are hear to listen if you are struggling to cope. Call 07966526452 to book.
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Tyne Med Practice Mar 23
Good luck and thank you for setting this service up so quickly.
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NHS Lothian Mar 22
We can all help to protect those most at risk from . If you have a high temperature or a new and continuous cough, stay at home and do not go to the GP, hospital or pharmacy. Make sure you keep up to date with the latest health advice at
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Tyne Med Practice Mar 22
Interesting ideas for coping with self isolation.
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Tyne Med Practice Mar 21
Weekly practice update on our Facebook page.
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Margaret McCartney Mar 20
The 14 day sick note/for note for folk isolating due to corona. Well done getting it up ⁦
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Tyne Med Practice Mar 19
Thank you so much to Abby Newcraighall for lending us some barriers for our surgery. A big help in keeping our staff and patients safe from coronavirus. 👍
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Tyne Med Practice Mar 18
Looks like this new NHS Lothian service is starting on 01/04/20.
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NHS Lothian Mar 18
The World Health Organisation have some good advice for coping with stress through the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Talking to family/friends on the phone can help as well as maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
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Tyne Med Practice Mar 18
Replying to @TMobile
Thank you. A lot of video consulting is going to be happening by GP’s at our practice who are having to self isolate. A lift of the data cap will really make a difference. 👍
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Scottish Government Mar 17
We can all help to protect those most at risk from . If you have a high temperature or a new and continuous cough, stay at home and do not go to the GP, hospital or pharmacy. Make sure you keep up to date with the latest health advice ➡️
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