Wuhan Novel Coronavirus Update:
It is crucial that you do not walk into the practice and stay indoors, avoiding contact with others, until you have spoken to 111 for advice.
Always call 999 in the event of an emergency.
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Coronavirus is a new respiratory illness that has not previously been seen in humans. The risk of getting the illness in the UK is low. Symptoms include cough, runny nose, sore throat, fever and difficulty breathing.
From the 1.10.19 we commenced Saturday morning surgeries from 9am to 12 noon as part of our Extended Access Services for GP Services.
We are pleased to announce that the Practice has joined forces with other likeminded Practices across South Lincolnshire to form the South Lincolnshire Primary Care Network.
The Galletly Practice Patients Group AGM. October 15th at 2.00pm The Baxter Room At Wake House.
How do we communicate with you? It is important to us that you know how we work to help you. Here is a reminder of the various ways we will communicate changes to you…
Dr Alex Mickleburgh is a GP at the Galletly Practice. She is a fully qualified breastfeeding peer supporter.
A walk in service for Galletly patients aged 13-18: Contraception, acne, stress, sexual health, pregnancy, eating disorders, anxiety…
If you have a Long Term Condition e.g. Diabetes, Chronic Obstructive Airways Disease (COPD), Asthma, Heart Disease or Hypertension (high blood pressure) then we’ve made a few changes to the annual nurse review.