What is a support bubble

Support Bubbles From this weekend (13 June 2020), individuals living in single adult households (so adults living alone or single parents with children under 18) can form a “support bubble” with one other household.

So what does this mean? It means all those in the support bubble will be able to act as if they live in the same household. They can spend time together inside each others’ homes and do not need to stay 2 metres apart.

Please see the document below for further information 🙂

Extended Access is the offer of pre-bookable appointments outside GP practices’ core contractual hours, either in the early morning, evening (until 9.30pm) or at weekend and on bank holidays.

There are a range of appointments we can offer our patients in addition to practice appointments, please speak to our reception team for more information.

If you need medical assistance whilst we are closed, please call NHS 111 or access information online Get medical help – NHS 111

For life threatening emergencies – Call 999 for an ambulance

For urgent dental treatment: call your dentist or  call the Lancashire and South Cumbria Dental help line number 0300 1243 010. The helpline will assess dental needs and if urgent signpost to relevant service.

The online consult service has clinically approved , GP-authored information covering a number of topics with self-help videos and resources. Submit a routine query and we will respond in two working days.