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April is stress awareness month.
Find out more about stress, the symptoms and things you can do to reduce it
Ovarian Cancer is one of the most common types of cancer in women but the symptoms are not always easy to recognise.
This Eating Disorder Awareness Week (1-7th March), we are raising awareness of Binge Eating Disorder. This illness will affect 1 in 50 people in their lifetime.
The first data on the UK Covid vaccine rollout suggests it is having a “spectacular” impact on stopping serious illness, researchers say.
If you’ve had a cough for three weeks or more and it isn’t COVID-19, contact your GP practice. It’s probably nothing serious, but it could be a sign of cancer.
Dr Jeevan Crasta explains in his words, the importance of the Covid-19 Vaccination.
Chester Central PCN News
As a PCN and in partnership with other Chester GP surgeries running the St Columba’s vaccination site, we will now only be booking appointments for our patients to receive their 2nd COVID Vaccines.
PPG and Patient Update Better days appear to be ahead as the days get brighter and Boris sets out a roadmap out of lockdown! Our patient’s safety during this period remains our top priority which is why appointment only access to our buildings remains in place....
Chester Central PCN have been working collaboratively with Chester East PCN to deliver the vaccination. Since starting in January 2021, our PCN has delivered over 10,000 vaccinations! Fountains Integrated Care Home Service (FICHs), with the support of Home Instead and other volunteers have successfully vaccinated the majority of our patients that reside in care homes. This […]
PPG and Patient Update December 2020 This year the NHS has faced its biggest challenge yet. Coronavirus has led to a number of changes to our lives, homes and communities and has required an exceptional response not only from the practices within our Primary Care...
The Government has asked the NHS to get ready for a Covid-19 vaccination programme so we can begin offering the vaccine as soon as it is available. This is not likely to be in the next few days or week, however, and no time line has yet been set. Although a vaccine...
First published on June 2020 Over recent weeks, the way in which we have been working has been changing rapidly in line with the recent pandemic. It is important for us to remind you, that though our practice doors remain closed to reduce the spread of COVID 19, we...