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News Last Updated: 22/01/2020


Durham Bus Station Consultation

drWe want to give everyone who lives in County Durham, works here or comes to visit, the chance to help improve our services and influence the decisions we make. One way that we do this is through holding consultations.

This link on the Durham website has a 3d tour (click on the picture) of the new station, details of the proposal and a questionaire.  Make sure your voice is heard.  Closing date is 9th February.


Healthwatch Survey on Pharmacy Services

speakupEvery 3 years, pharmacy services are reviewed by Durham County Council’s Health and Well-being Board in order to ensure that there are adequate pharmacy services in place, to meet the needs of the local population.

Pharmacy services are either services you receive in your community pharmacy, for example, on the high street, in a supermarket or from a dispensary in your GP practice.

Healthwatch County Durham is asking what you think of pharmacy services to ensure that your views are heard!

They would be grateful if you could complete their survey.


New Carer Courses Announced

Click here for details of new Carers Courses run by Durham Carers Academy.


Health Visitor and Immunisation Clinic - Change of Location

Starting the week commencing 28th of October, the Health Visitor Clinic and the Immunisation Clinic are changing time and location.

There will now be a combined weekly clinic for St Andrews and Oxford Road patients.  The clinics will be held every Friday at the Oxford Road site.

Health Visitors will be available every Friday between 9 am and 10:30 am

The first clinic of this new schedule will be on Friday, 1st November.

Map of both surgeries


Waiting Area TV Presentation

The waiting area TV presentation has been updated on 19/01/2020.  You can view a pdf version here.

 
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