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All GP appointments are now telephone or video consultations (not face-to-face).

You will only be asked to attend Surgery to see a GP under certain circumstances.

Appointments to see our Practice Nurse will continue to be face-to-face.

 

If you are asked to attend this Surgery for a face-to-face appointment,

please wear your own face covering or mask.

You will be asked to use hand-sanitzer before entering this Practice.

 

This Practice is working under strict infection control guidelines.

 

No patients are waiting in the waiting rooms,

so you will need to attend if requested at the exact appointment time.


Please ring our door bell on arrival, and a receptionist will let you into the premises.

 

Please click here for more information about eConsult

 

eConsult is not for requesting prescriptions/medication

If you would like to request a repeat prescription, please send an email to southgatesurgery@nhs.net

with your name, date of birth, and the medication that you need.

Please would you also nominate a Pharmacy where you can collect your medication,

as your prescription will be sent directly to them.


 

PHYSIOTHERAPY SELF-REFERRAL PORTAL FOR ENFIELD RESIDENTS

You can now refer yourself for physiotherapy treatment without having to see your GP.

 Please visit www.physioselfrefer.co.uk/BEH to register. 

Your details will be forwarded to a Physiotherapist for assessment.

Mental Health

 

One in four affected

 

It's easy to think that mental health issues don't concern us, but in fact a quarter of us will have problems with our mental wellbeing at some time in our lives.

 

Mental health problems are equally common in men and women, but the types of problems differ. Women are one-and-a-half times more likely to be affected by anxiety and depression, while men suffer more from substance abuse (one in eight men is dependent on alcohol) and anti-social personality disorders. Men are also more prone to suicide: British men are three times more likely than British women to die as a result of suicide.

 

Serious mental health problems are also more common than you might think. One person in 100 has a severe mental health condition such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.

 

All these figures are based on people who have sought help for their mental health problems. Many more could be living with undiagnosed mental health issues, according to mental health charity MIND.

 

If you're worried about your mental health, or if someone in your life is affected, there are plenty of ways to get help. Find out more about mental health support.

 

You can also contact mental health charities such as Sane and the Mental Health Foundation.

 

Read more at NHS Choices


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