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The Practice will be closed for the Easter Holidays on Friday 19th April (Good Friday) and Monday 22nd April (Bank Holiday Monday). For urgent medical advice during this time please contact NHS 111. 

Pharmacy opening hours during the Easter Holidays.

The first stage of the Tour de Yorkshire will be finishing in Selby on Thursday 2nd May. Gowthorpe will be closed from 6am - 10pm and there will only be pedestrian access to the surgery in the late afternoon. Tour de Yorkshire road closures in the Selby area.

A new Medical Device Awareness card has been launched which covers insulin pumps, CGMs and flash glucose monitoring devices including Freestyle Libre. Due to potential damage, manufacturers advise that the medical devices should not be exposed to x-ray screening or full-body airport scanners. Regulations allow passengers with these medical devices to ask for an alternative security screening process. The new card provides information for both the Security Officer and the passenger. It can be downloaded directly from the Civil Aviation Authority website:

Due to Data Protection, we now require your signed consent to allow us to give your prescription to anyone other than you. Please complete the following form and return to reception, where you will be issued with an authorisation card which will allow the third party to collect prescriptions/forms on your behalf. Third party consent form for collection of prescription or forms

Self treating common illnesses at home  - Self help videos are now available

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has launched Healthy Hearts to reduce the risk of stroke and heart attack among people considered to be most at risk.

The CCG has worked closely with NHS RightCare to produce a website  -









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