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Bradford on Avon Health Centre and Winsley Health Centre will be unreachable by telephone on the day of Wednesday 23rd August 2017 between 10:00 and 14.00.

 

The affected sites are having a new telephone system installed meaning that there will be extensive engineering works on the telephone lines and telephone system on this day.

 

In case of emergency or for urgent matters we can be contacted on 01225 860811 and 01225 860812 on Wednesday 23rd August 2017 between 10:00 and 14:00.

 


***ONLINE BOOKING FOR DOCTORS TELEPHONE CONSULTATIONS ARE NOW AVAILABLE***
When booking your telephone consultation with the Doctor state the telephone number you request to be called on and the reason for the call.   Please note the time may vary due to unforeseen circumstances, but the Doctors will do their up most to call you within an hour of your booking.

 

                                      

Providing a stool sample

  1. samplesClearly label the blue sample bottle with name & date of birth
  2. Record date and time of when sample taken
  3. Wash hands and relevant area before you start
  4. Sterilise (swill out with boiling water) a container which can be used to catch the stool
  5. Using the spoon attached to the lid of bottle transfer some of the collected stool into the bottle
  6. Secure the lid firmly shut
  7. Before 12.00 noon take the sample to the surgery.

 

Providing a mid urine stream sample

  1. Sample must be fresh the same day, the lab will not process samples that are taken the day before
  2. Clearly label the sample bottle with name & date of birth
  3. Record date and time of when sample was taken
  4. Wash the genital area and hands
  5. Sterilise (swill out with boiling water) a container that can be used to pass urine into & then transfer to the sample bottle
  6. A mid-stream urine sample means that you don’t collect the first part or the last part of urine that comes out.
  7. Before 12.00 noon take the sample to the surgery.
 
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