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Castle Street Surgery

Junior Doctors Strike

 

Junior doctors are planning strike action on 26 and 27 April and the Luton and Dunstable Hospital and some GP practices will also have reduced numbers of staff.

 

If you become ill with a non-urgent condition and need advice, please visit NHS Choices, Health A-Z for information or go to your local pharmacist.

 

For more urgent conditions that you believe you can’t take care of yourself, you should contact your GP as usual, or call 111.

For minor injuries or illness (cuts, sprains, rashes and so forth) you could visit the Luton Town Centre GP Surgery and the Walk-in-Centre if you can't wait for a GP appointment. Bear in mind that these services may be busy during the strike.

  

Industrial action has placed considerable pressure on the NHS at a point when it is already facing significant demand and the effects of a full walkout will be felt far and wide by NHS providers – and their patients.

Patients and the wider public can also help us to ensure that the NHS continues to operate as effectively as possible during this busy period. Patients should visit www.nhs.uk/strike for local updates on additional services.

Staff Training

The surgery will be closed for essential staff training on Thurs 12th May 2016 between 12.30pm - 4.30pm. If you require medical assistance during this time please contact NHS 111

Registering for Online Services

Please note: Due to confidentiality purposes if you wish to register for online services you will be required to provide proof of identification at reception and complete an application form. Your user name and password will be issued once I.D has been verified.

 

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