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Call to delay compulsory Covid vaccines for NHS staff
22 Jan 2022 21:38
The Royal College of GPs asks for a national conversation on mandating jabs, as protests are held in UK cities.
High Street pharmacies in England to help people lose weight
22 Jan 2022 00:26
They can refer customers to a free online NHS service that runs a programme to get people into shape.
Covid: NHS in push to vaccinate the final four million
21 Jan 2022 01:53
Hard-to-reach groups – from rough sleepers to fairground workers – are being targeted in a final vaccine push.
Covid-19: 'We'll be second-class citizens if self-isolation rules go'
21 Jan 2022 15:21
People with conditions that mean the vaccine does not work fear the removal of self-isolation rules.
Public told not to delay cancer check-ups
20 Jan 2022 12:05
NHS chiefs are worried pressures on the NHS may deter people coming forward with symptoms.
Woman, 88, gets 'bionic eye implant'
21 Jan 2022 06:40
A microchip has been implanted into her eye to tackle dry age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
About Abridge Surgery
Our service will deliver safe, high quality services, providing excellence at all times.
To ensure that all patients and their carers have a positive experience.
To provide our patients with an environment which is comfortable, relaxing and friendly.
To understand the needs of our patients and involve them in decision-making about their treatment and care.
To operate on a financially sound basis.
To ensure that all staff have the competency and motivation to deliver the required standards of care.
To ensure that all members of staff have the right skills to carry out their roles competently.
To respond positively to feedback from our service users, their families, other health and social care professionals and our own staff.
To continuously seek ways in which our services can be improved