Virtual PRG
School Road, Mawsley,
Kettering, NN14 1SN
enquiries@mawsleymedical.co.uk
Telephone us on  01536 791300

IMPORTANT PATIENT INFORMATION

ARE YOU A CARER?

Why not join Mawsley and Broughton Carers Group?

You will be able to chat with other carers over tea or coffee and hear from relevant speakers who understand the challenges you face.

Tuesday 26th September 2017 11am at the Surgery

All welcome - you do not need to be a patient.

 

IF YOU ARE CALLING TO REQUEST BLOOD RESULTS PLEASE CALL AFTER 11AM TO ALLOW THE STAFF TO DEAL WITH CALLS REQUESTING SAME DAY APPOINTMENTS - THANK YOU

 

FLU VACCINE CLINICS - Flu clinics will be running on the following days. You should be receiving a text message if you are eligible to book in, alternatively if you know you eligible please ring or call into reception to book.

Saturday 23rd September

Wednesday 27th September

Thursday 28th September

Wednesday 4th October

Friday 6th October

Thursday 12th October - Evening appointments

Friday 13th October

Wednesday 18th October

Thursday 19th October - Evening Appointments

Wednesday 25th october

Saturday 28th October - appointment and walk in clinic

More in November and December

 

 

 

Practice closure dates for staff training - Surgery and dispensary will close at 12pm on these days 

13 September

11 October

8 November

6 December

NEWS : We now have a pharmacist working with the practice on a Wednesday to support the Doctors. We welcome Advanced Nurse Practicitor Kerri Wood who works with us on a monday.

SURGERY OPENING TIMES
Monday 8AM - 6PM
Tuesday 8AM - 6PM
Wednesday 8AM - 6PM
Thursday 8AM - 7.30PM
Friday 8AM - 6PM
We are closed at weekends
DISPENSARY OPENING TIMES
Monday 9AM - 12PM
1PM - 6PM
Tuesday 9AM - 12PM
1PM - 6PM
Wednesday 9AM - 12PM
1PM - 6PM
Thursday 9AM - 12PM
1PM - 6PM
Friday 9AM - 12PM
1PM - 6PM
We are closed at weekends

 

Diarrhoea

Introduction
Diarrhoea is caused by various viral infections (gastro-enteritis) or by eating food that has gone off (food poisoning).


Symptoms
Three or more liquid/semi-liquid bowel movements in a day may mean you have diarrhoea. You may also have vomiting and a high temperature. Diarrhoea will make you feel weak because important body fluids and salts are lost.


Treatment: What you can do for yourself
In babies under one year it is important to replace lost salts by taking an Oral rehydration Solution (ORS is a mixture of salt and glucose which is added to water). These are available from your chemist. You can buy these with a flavour added which makes it easier for children to drink.

Bottle Feeding
Don’t stop bottle-feeding your baby only if advised, contact your Health Visitor for more advice. Continue to bottle feed your baby and give extra cooled, boiled water or hydration drinks if advised.

Breast Feeding
Increase the number of feeds and give your baby water-based fluids to drink. If your baby won’t drink from a bottle, use a teaspoon.

Children over 1 year
Give lots to drink. Continue to offer a normal diet. Don’t worry if a child won’t eat.

Contact your doctor if:

  • Symptoms go on longer than 2 days

Babies

Contact your doctor immediately if:

  • There is blood in the diarrhoea or the diarrhoea is red in colour
  • Your baby is drowsy or confused
  • Your baby does not want to drink for a few hours
  • Your baby is also being sick all the time
  • Your baby has a high temperature 

http://patient.info/health/acute-diarrhoea-in-children