ADHD is a condition that affects people’s behaviour. Living with it can be quite difficult, as the symptoms can make everyday activities more of a challenge. To find more information … [continue] It’s ADHD awareness month!
Online booking for autumn COVID-19 boosters is now open for people who are: Aged 75 and over Immunosuppressed Frontline health and social care workers Other eligible groups should wait to … [continue] COVID-19 Booster Update
We are currently booking in our ‘over 50’s’ patients for their Seasonal Flu Vaccination for our Saturday, 17th September 2022 Flu Clinic We are also booking in our 18- to … [continue] Flu Clinic 2022!
We are currently booking in our ‘over 50’s’ patients for their Seasonal Flu Vaccination for Saturday, 17th September 2022 If you are eligible, we will be contacting you very soon. … [continue] FLU CLINIC 17th September 2022
Temperatures are expected to reach extremely high levels in the coming days. The practice would like to therefore offer some advice to all of our patients on how to keep … [continue] Red Alert Heatwave- Public Health Advice
A person with a learning disability might have some difficulty understanding complicated information, learning some skills, and looking after themselves or living alone. Every learning disability is different, and having … [continue] It’s Learning Disability Week.
Evidence suggests there are steps you can take to improve your mental health and wellbeing. Trying these things could help you feel more positive and able to get the most … [continue] It’s #WorldWellbeingWeek.
As we head into the warm weather, it’s worth checking to see if your bottle of sunscreen is still effective. The longer a bottle of sunscreen is open, the less … [continue] Heatwave
It’s National Epilepsy Week. Epilepsy is a common condition and can start at any age. Here you can find out more about the symptoms of epilepsy, how to get a … [continue] Epilepsy Awareness Week
· Following the news about Dame Deborah James (Bowelbabe), we’ve seen a major increase in people visiting the bowel cancer pages on our website. Spotting cancer early is something that … [continue] Bowel Cancer Awareness
Our practice is one of over 500 GP surgeries across England working with researchers at the University of Exeter on a large research study The researchers are trying to find … [continue] The ERICA study – Electronic Risk Assessment for Cancer
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a condition that affects the digestive system. It affects both men and women, although it is more common in women. Symptoms of IBS include stomach … [continue] It’s IBS Awareness Month.
You need to talk to an NHS professional now Find an NHS urgent mental health helpline (England only) You need help now but you do not know where to start … [continue] Mental Health Awareness
It’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Week! 17.01.22- 21.01.22 POSTED ON 17TH JANUARY, 2022 This week, it is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week! Attending your smear tests is essential in reducing the risk … [continue] It’s Cervical Cancer Prevention Week! 17.01.22- 21.01.22
The Covid booster programme is only being delivered through some GP Primary Care Networks/ Practices, some Pharmacies and designated vaccination centres. Kingsbury Court Surgery is NOT vaccinating for Covid boosters … [continue] Booster vaccination information
Please look at this really helpful video to find out when to see a First Contact Physiotherapist.
Dear Patients of Kingsbury Court Surgery, The Covid Vaccines are coming through gradually. The Pfizer Covid 19- Vaccine and Astra Zeneca (Oxford) Vaccine is arriving in Dunstable on a weekly … [continue] COVID Vaccines – Important Update
Text messages are a low cost and low effort way for the surgery to keep you, our patient, updated, particularly for large scale communications, such as flu vaccination reminders. You … [continue] Mobile numbers & text messages