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16/11/2020: Bilton Medical Centre now has a First Contact Physiotherapist working Wednesday mornings, please do call and book to get an appointment - no need for a referral! 

30/10/2020: Due to the national lockdown we have made the decision to shut our surgery doors again and you will only be allowed in if you have a face to face appointment booked. To book an appointment, call the surgery and our dedicated reception staff will triage your call and book you in for a video consultation with a GP if needed. There will be no face to face appointments offered unless the GP deems it necessary. If you are called in for an appointment it is vital that you wear a mask/face covering. If you do not wear one you will not be allowed to enter the surgery. 

30/10/2020: When you book an appointment you will be offered a video consultation - please not the GP/Clinician will call only ONCE, please make sure you have your phone on you at all times when you are waiting for the call - thank you for your patience. 

30/10/2020: As of Monday the 2nd November Bilton Medical Centre will not be issuing paper prescriptions any longer. This is to limit the need to visit the surgery and to follow Infection Control guidelines. Please call us to advise of the Pharmacy you would like your prescriptions sent to electronically, thank you.

22/10/2020: To book an appointment, call the surgery and our dedicated reception staff will triage your call and book you in for a video consultation with a GP if needed. There will be no face to face appointments unless the GP deems it necessary. If you are called in for an appointment it is vital that you wear a mask/face covering. If you do not wear one you will not be allowed to enter the surgery.

NHS Screening Services

At Bilton Medical Centre we cannot stress the importance of our patients attending NHS Screening services. These are for your benefit. If you receive a letter of appointment for a screening it is imperative that you attend.

If you need any advice or help or feel that you need to speak to us at the surgery in confidence we are here for you. If any health issues are found, the earlier they are found the sooner treatment can start.

Screening is a way of finding out if people are at higher risk of a health problem, so that early treatment can be offered or information given to help them make informed decisions


Weblinks:

NHS SCREENING WEBSITE - gives information about the NHS screening services

Be Breast Aware - Website all about Breasts and how to care for them

Cervical Screening additional website - NHS Information about Cervical Screening

About Cervical Screening - All you need to know about Cervical Screening (Non NHS Website)

Bowel Cancer - Everything you need to know but were afraid to ask

About prostate cancer - Man up and make sure you know what to look for

Guide to diabetic-eye-screening - one that can be missed but risks cannot be

Please note these are external 3rd party links which Bilton Medical Centre has no control over their content of information.

Video Links:

Bilton Medical Centre have the following 3rd Party links to help you make your informed choice about going for a particular screening. We don't control the content of these videos. We can only help with advice on screening if you require or click the links above.

Breast Screening video link: http://bit.ly/2QaaZXK

Diabetic Eye Screening video link:http://bit.ly/2rTZiMP

Cervical Screening video link: English http://bit.ly/342aUui 

                                           Urdu http://bit.ly/2s4TgIV

Bowel Cancer video link - a short story: http://bit.ly/35TUW76

Prostrate Cancer video link- An expert guide: http://bit.ly/36YMMKT

 
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