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We have two online events scheduled with our Social Prescribing partners, Together Co. It will be the same session but repeated across two dates. Please see Social Prescribing for more details.

If you need to your Blood Pressure checked during the Pandemic and do not have access to a monitor, you can use a sphygmomanometer, also known as a blood pressure monitor, or blood pressure gauge, which is used to measure blood pressure. This can be purchased at a low cost from online websites.


With immediate effect in line with NHS Digital we no longer have a Fax Machine.

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Any patients who are seen in the Practice now need to wear a face covering or mask if asked to attend an appointment. If you exempt then you need to visit the Government Website for an exemption form.

We are now offering a new Video Consultation Service and to use this service you will need to be registered for Patient Access. During these uncertain times, the best way to register for this service is by setting up online as below. If you are unable to do this you can download a form and return to us in the post or email.

Patient Guidance for Video Consultations

Please note any digital image submitted as part of an online consultation, will be stored within your clinical notes.

Useful Links

Please browse the links below for websites you may find useful:

Please note that The Haven Practice is not responsible for the content of any of these sites nor do we endorse them. 

ALCOHOL PROBLEMS 

 ASTHMA

 Asthma UK

 BONE & JOINT PROBLEMS 

 CANCER INFORMATION

CHILDREN'S HEALTH 

CONTRACEPTION AND TERMINATION OF PREGNANCY 

COPD 

CORD BLOOD BANKING

DIABETES 

FOREIGN TRAVEL HEALTH 

HEALTHY EATING 

HEART, HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE AND CHOLESTEROL 

IMMUNISATIONS 

INFECTIOUS DISEASE 

MEDICINES AND DRUGS 

MENTAL HEALTH AND COUNSELLING 

PATIENT INFORMATION 

PREGNANCY 

SEXUAL HEALTH AND FAMILY PLANNING 

SUN PROTECTION 

STOP SMOKING 

WEIGHT MANAGEMENT 

WOMENS HEALTH 



 
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