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The only number to contact the surgery is 01604 709922, any previous numbers are no longer in use.

We will be offering DoctorLink at the surgery, please see below and section - Appointments & Clinics - for more details.

In October, 83 patients failed to attend or cancel their appointment at Wootton Medical Centre, please help us to help you by cancelling if you no longer need this appointment as these can then be offered to another patient.

If eligible book your flu vaccine now with Reception.

This week is self-care week, please see self help section on our website (right hand side, under further information).

Are you a Carer?

Are you a carer?

A carer is someone of any age who provides unpaid support to family or friends who could not manage without this help.  This could be caring for a relative, partner or friend who is ill, frail, disabled or has mental ill health or substance misuse problems.

Anyone can become a carer; carers come from all walks of life, all cultures and can be of any age.  Many feel they are doing what anyone else would in the same situation; looking after their mother, son, or best friend and just getting on with it.

Carers don't choose to become carers, it just happens.

Being an unpaid carer can have an effect on your own health and well-being and can also lead to social isolation.

Let us know that you are a carer so we can support you.  If no-one knows that you are a carer it can be harder to get the support you need.

Carers - Does Your GP Surgery Know

Northamptonshire Carers Service Explained

Northamptonshire Carers provide useful information and advice as well as all kinds of free services which could be of help.  Please see the Northamptonshire Carers website (https://www.northamptonshire-carers.org/) for further details.

Connecting Carers

Young Carers



 
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