Firs House and Telegraph Street Surgery Extended Access (Appointments)

Following the extended access service being rolled out county wide in September this year, Firs House Surgery is now able to offer routine appointments for patients at local hubs at weekends and weekday evenings.  The hubs are based at Nuffield Road Medical Centre, Comberton Surgery and St Mary’s, Ely.  Patients will be offered these appointments if there are no routine appointments available at the surgery.  When making the appointment, by phone or in person, patients will be asked to confirm that they are happy for their medical record to be shared with practitioners working at the hub.  It is important that patients are happy for their record to be shared to ensure patient and clinician safety.  Hub appointments will not be offered if this is refused.  The appointments are for non-urgent, routine appointments only and you will be offered a choice of location.  These appointments do not replace urgent on the day appointments.

For further information speak to a member of staff at Firs House (telephone 01223 234286) or visit the Practice website at http://firshouse.com/ or  http://cgpn.co.uk/openlater/

Want to know about Allergies

 

Are you or any members of your family allergic to anything? What does “having an allergy” mean? Are more people affected now than previously, or are we just more aware of it? Can anything be done about it?

If you are curious to know some of the answers, come and hear what Dr. Pamela Ewan, Consultant Allergist, Cambridge University Hospitals, has to say about allergies. This is a FREE event, and there is Telegraph Street Patient Participation Group Allergiesno need to book – just come along. Firs House and Telegraph Street Patient Participation Group and the Community Centre Trustees look forward to seeing you there.

When: Wednesday 9th May 2018, 7pm Start. (Doors open from 6.30pm)
Where: Cottenham Community Centre, 250A High Street, CB24 8RZ.
Opposite the Co-op Foodstore

Understanding Dementia – A FREE Information Event

Firs House and Telegraph Street Patient Participation Group in partnership with the Histon Baptist Church, is delighted to invite you to a FREE information evening.

When: 11th October 7.00 for 7.30 – 9.00p.m.

Where: Histon Baptist Church, Station Road, Histon CB24 9LQ.  (Parking available).

Our speakers will be Valerie Freestone, Clinical Specialist Dementia Nurse and Dr. Simon Poole, local GP.  Topics include :

  • Preventing dementia
  • Writing your own care plans
  • Maintaining independent Living
  • How friends and family can help

Followed by an informal question and answer session.

Understanding Dementia Event Poster

Understanding Dementia Event Poster

Refreshments are available from 7.00p.m, and the presentation will take place 7.30 -.9.00 p.m.
No booking required. We look forward to welcoming you there.

Further information is available at www.firshouse.com