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Phlebotomy: North Middlesex service update

The North Middlesex Hospital is still only processing urgent blood test requests. However they are in the process of rolling out phlebotomy "hubs" to expand capacity. Evergreen Surgery is the fourth hub to go live and will provide an additional 1,050 appointments per week initially for adult residents, increasing to 2,030 within two-three weeks. As part of making phlebotomy services as safe as possible, all clinics are now pre-booked. Please keep checking our news board for when routine blood tests will become available. Address and opening times of new hub Evergreen Surgery, 1 Smythe Close, Edmonton Green, London, N9 0TW Monday to Friday, 08:00 – 20:00 Current process Phlebotomy services ar

Summer bank holiday Monday 31st of August

The practice will be closed on Monday 31st of August. For non-urgent medical advice please call Barndoc on 0208 865 0350 or NHS on 111. The Pharmacies that are open on the Bank Holiday are shown below: Haringey Somerset Gardens Pharmacy, 08:30-20:30 Somerset Gdns Fam Hth Ctr, 4 Creighton Road, Tottenham Enfield Healthcare Pharmacy, 08:30-20:30 9 Coleman Parade, Southbury Road, Enfield Elgon (Enfield) Ltd, 08:30-20:30 Eagle House Surgery, 291 High Street, Ponders End Bees Dispensing Chemist, 08:30-20:30 172 Fore Street, Edmonton

Survey on rehabilitation needs following COVID-19

NHS England London recognises that patients across London recovering from COVID-19 need rehabilitation services. These services should be holistic and take in to account that each patient is a person with individual rehabilitation needs that span across health and social care. Finally, people across London should all equally be able to access the same services. UCLPartners is helping to coordinate this work to support the NHS with the planning and delivery of rehabilitation services. Despite a good response rate so far, we still need more information, particularly from men, those of black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds and those aged between 50-70, in order to have a balanced repre

Self-care during COVID

It is currently difficult to provide the routine care that many patients need. Supported self-management approaches such as health coaching, peer support and self-management education help people to build their knowledge, skills and confidence to manage their own health and care. Evidence shows that when people are supported to increase their knowledge, skills and confidence they benefit from better health outcomes, improved experiences of care and fewer unplanned care admissions which is more important than ever at this time. The main charities for specific conditions have published guidance and information for self-managing during this pandemic including access to helplines and online peer



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