Patient Information & Forms
Medications to avoid when unwell
This leaflet is about what actions to take if you develop an illness that causes dehydration (your body becomes short of fluid). These actions are called “medicine sick day rules.
After your baby is born, the baby needs to be registered at GP surgery. Please book a 6 weeks check-up appointment with a doctor and then bring the baby in to see the nurse for immunisations.
If you have concerns regarding the immunisations, please see below details for the ‘Vaccine Knowledge’ website. It contains evidence based independent information about immunisations such as frequently asked questions and ingredients etc, which will help answer your queries http://vk.ovg.ox.ac.uk. Available to download free as an app- search Vaccine Knowledge.
If you have decided for your child not to have a vaccination, delete below any not required, sign letter below and return to the surgery. Parents who refuse immunisations can change their mind at any time. There is no upper age limit for immunisation.
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Blood Pressure taken at home by the patient is often a better choice because it is more accurate. Please fill this form in and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post for the attention of the Practice Nurses.
Remember to record the lowest reading you get each time you take your blood pressure.
You can find a guide from Blood Pressure UK to taking your home blood pressure here.