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Sharing of Medical records

Information Commisioners Office have given advice in relation to recent concerns about the sharing of patient medical records held by GP's. Please click on link below for further information.

Advice to GP's

Update on the current position with the TPP SystmOne Enhanced Data Sharing Model (eDSM)

Please Click on the link below to get the recent update from the NWL Clinical Commissioning Group

NWL Clinical Commisssioning Group Update on sharing records


Please find information about the ZIKA virus.


NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme and Pregnancy and Diabetes

The surgery can now do a blood test called a HBA1c to assess you risk of developing diabetes. If your results indicate that you have a higher risk then you can attend

the free NHS Diabetes Prevention Programme. The programme provides a tailored 9 month healthy nutrition and exercise support programme which aims to delay or prevent the onset of Diabetes

 Across the country thousands of people like you have now attended local Diabetes Prevention Programmes and successfully reduced their risk of Diabetes by achieving

a healthy weight, being physically active and adopting a healthy diet.

Your place is available for a limited time, so call on 0800 043 9806 or go to to book.


Having children is a big decision for anyone. If you are a woman who has diabetes, it is a decision that requires much more thought and careful planning.

Planning for a successful pregnancy

Diabetes UK’s Helpline often gets asked ‘Can I have a baby if I have diabetes?’ The answer is yes, many women who have diabetes (Type 1, Type 2 or gestational diabetes) have perfectly healthy pregnancies and wonderfully healthy babies. But this isn't to say that it's an easy experience – it requires a lot of work and dedication on your part. If you are planning to have a baby, or think you are pregnant, then it is vital that you speak to your diabetes care team.​

Please click on Link below for further information


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