Publication of GP Earnings - 2014/15
All GP Practices are required to declare the mean earnings (e.g. average pay) for GPs working to deliver NHS services to patients at each practice.
HSCIC and NHS England care.data Service
How information about you helps us to provide better care
Chicken pox is a relatively harmless illness that mainly affects children. However, the virus can remain dormant in the body and cause shingles in adulthood.
Fungal infections of the skin
Fungal infections of the skin are the second most common infection.
The stomach doesn't always tolerate what it takes in. The quickest way to the stomach to eject whatever is bothering it is straight back up again!
Coughing is the body's way of removing mucus and dust from the lungs.
Four out of five people suffer back pain at some time. Most often it's caused by strains, minor injury or simple inactivity.
Patient Experience Survey Report 2014/15
We now have the results of the IPQ (Improving Practice Questionnaire) Report by CPEP for 2014/15.
We are pleased to announce that we have achieved a high result of 84% for the Practice.
The risks of being overweight are many, ranging from painful feet and knees to coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer. The vast majority of people who are overweight would like to weigh less, but we know that instead of the incidence of overweight and obesity decreasing, it is in fact increasing.
Healthy Eating is all about getting the balance right. That is, the balance between all the different nutrients that exist in food and drinks.
It is well recognised and accepted that there are many 'risk factors' for heart disease, many of which are lifestyle risk factors.
Osteoporosis and diet
Bone is a complicated structure consisting of minerals, vitamins and protein. The main mineral is calcium. There is over 1Kg of calcium present in the body, but 99% of this is found in the bones.
Today, cancer of the bowel is responsible for thousands of premature deaths a year. The role of diet in maintaining healthy bowels is indisputable and every year, it appears that more and more is understood about the development of disease in the lower end of the gut.
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