This section of our website provides links to self care websites, advice on common conditions and links to other services.
Self Care Aware promotes self care across communities, families and generations.
Or patient.co.uk which provides lots of useful health related information.
The Minor Injuries Unit based at the Princess Of Wales Hospital in Ely can also treat many common illnesses.
Dental – If you have dental problems please do not contact the surgery. Contact details for emergency dental care are available here.
Eyes – If you have a recent problem with your eyes such as sore eyes, red eyes or visual disturbance, you can be assessed and treated by the Minor Eye Conditions Service.
Hay Fever – We are now having to comply with Cambridge & Peterborough CCG policy on prescribing of medicines that are available for purchase therefore we are no longer able to routinely prescribe medications to treat hay fever on prescription. Please see the leaflet available here.
Joint Emergency Team – JET is an urgent two-hour response service that supports people over the age of 50 when they become very unwell and need urgent care, but do not need to go to hospital. Details of the service are available here.
MyHealth App – An app to help Cambridgeshire and Peterborough residents find local NHS services available to them has been launched. The “MyHealth Cambridgeshire & Peterborough” app will direct you to your nearest appropriate NHS service. This includes GPs, pharmacies, minor injury units and dentists based on your location or postcode. The app is available to download for iOS via the App Store and for Android via Google Play, and Windows phones via Microsoft Store by searching for “MyHealth C&P CCG”.