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The Staffordshire Health and Well Being Board is responsible for commissioning health and social cares services in the county.  They have developed a Health and Well Being Strategy and now need your views on how they take it forward Click here to find out more and to give your views.

Our  half day closures in 2018 are:

On THURSDAY 11TH JANUARY 2018, TUESDAY 6TH FEBRUARY, WEDNESDAY 14TH MARCH, WEDNESDAY 25TH APRIL, TUESDAY 22ND MAY, THURSDAY 14TH JUNE, THURSDAY 19TH JULY, THURSDAY 20TH SEPTEMBER, TUESDAY 9TH OCTOBER AND WEDNESDAY 7TH NOVEMBER

When we close at 2.00pm for training purposes. If you require urgent medical assistance which cannot wait until the surgery re-opens please dial 111.

 

 AGE UK BURTON attend the practice

offering  Lots of useful advice and support available.

 

Together for Mental Wellbeing

http://www.together-uk.org/

  

 

 

 

Smoking

We are keen to give all our patients who smoke as much help as possible to stop. Please ask at reception or at any consultation for information and support.

Walking

Even the smallest effort can improve your quality of life and make you feel healthier and livelier. As walking is a very good exercise which most people are able to do, and don’t need special equipment for, then why not get started on your fitness campaign. Simply start by walking for 15 or 20 minutes at a brisk enough pace to get your heart beating faster, 3 times a week regularly. When you can easily walk for an hour you are ready to move on to swimming, cycling or running!

Healthy eating

A healthy diet doesn’t need to be a boring one. Health experts tell us we are all eating too much fat, salt etc, but what exactly does this mean? Why not speak to your doctor/nurse or pick up some of our information leaflets so you can enjoy a healthier diet?

 
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