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Easy Read Guides for People with Learning Disabilities

Easy Read Guides for People with Learning Disabilities An easy-read guide is a way of making written information easier to understand. This collection of guides is about your health and things you might need to know. They use short sentences and pictures to explain different things. There is lots more health information on our Resources … Continued

Dr Sarah Rae

Dr Rae has sadly taken the difficult decision to stand down as a partner at Brunton Park and will be leaving us on 24 May 2024. She will remain in her network role as Clinical Director role and will continue to support us and the local practices in this way. We would like to thank … Continued

Join Us for Six Weeks of Wellbeing

Join Us for Six Weeks of Wellbeing Are you looking for a way to boost your emotional well-being and connect with other people at the same time? We’re happy to invite you to a new weekly group hosted by Everyturn Mental Health. Starting on April 17th and running until May 22nd, this weekly group is … Continued

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month

April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month Bowel cancer is the fourth most common type of cancer in the UK, with nearly 42,000 diagnoses every year. It leads to over 16,500 deaths annually, making bowel cancer the second deadliest cancer. But, when detected in its earliest stages, nearly everyone survives the disease. Plus, more than half … Continued

Think Pharmacy First

Think Pharmacy First Going to your local pharmacy offers an easy and convenient way to get clinical advice on minor health concerns. Now, community pharmacies can offer treatment for seven common conditions without patients needing to see a GP, as part of a major transformation in the way the NHS delivers care. Highly trained pharmacists … Continued

World Autism Acceptance Week´┐╝

World Autism Acceptance Week This week is World Autism Acceptance Week. It’s been happening every year since 2007, starting as Autism Awareness Week. The main goal is to make sure more people grasp what autism is all about and understand what it’s like for the 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK. We’re supporting … Continued