Aitune, Midland Street Long Eaton Nottinghamshire, NG10 1RY, UK.  Tel: 0115 855 42 50

Newsletter

Please click the link below to view our August-September Patient Newsletter!

Aitune Medical Practice Newsletter

Updates on the Practice

Aitune is changing!

We are introducing a new App for all our patients; this app will allow you to;

  • Book and cancel appointments at the click of a button
  • Order repeat prescriptions
  • Receive appointment reminders
  • Monitor and track your health
  • Set up medication reminders
  • Book and cancel appointments for those you care for (with their permission)

The app is completely free to all patients and can be downloaded from the Google Play store or from the App Store for Apple devices.

Social Connectors Drop In

Our next Social Connectors Drop In will be on Wednesday 28th August 2019 at 10am until 11.30am at Long Eaton Health Centre.

This will be followed by individual appointments from 11.30am until 1pm, please come into surgery to book.

Why not come along to find out more about what’s going on in our community?

If you can’t make it on the 31st, you can arrange a chat with a Social Connector who can connect you to local services, activities and groups.

For more information call Jo Hallam on 0115 946 6740 or email jo@erewashcvs.org.uk.

Surgery Closure

Please be aware the surgery will be closed for training on the 11th September 2019 from 1.15pm. We will re-open as normal from 8.00am on 12th September 2019.

Our telephone lines will not be operational, however you will still be able to book and cancel appointments and request repeat prescriptions via the ‘MyGP’ app (available on all smartphone devices).

General information

Derbyshire Home from Hospital Support Service

The Derbyshire Home from Hospital Support Service provides practical support for vulnerable people leaving hospital, or those living at home but at risk of being admitted.

Please see the leaflet below for more information, and to find out how to make a referral to this service.

Derbyshire Home from Hospital Support Service leaflet

Prescribing of over the counter medicines

The way over the counter medicines are being prescribed is changing, please see the leaflet below for more information…

Prescribing of over the counter medicines

Hay fever Season

Hay fever season is here, if you suffer with hay fever it is important to know that the NHS are no longer routinely prescribing hay fever treatments for items that can be bought from a supermarket or pharmacy.

Please see the poster below for more information…

Hay fever

Active Travel

Derbyshire Connect Active Travel provide door-to-door transport to health appointments for people unable to use conventional buses because of their age, disability or because they live in areas where bus services are limited.

For more information please see the booklet below;

Derbyshire Connect Active Travel