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Everyone Counts Survey

Every four years the CCG gathers evidence of progress on equality and inclusion, and on the basis of this evidence, assesses how well the CCG is doing using a framework called the Equality Delivery System (EDS2).

To support this process, we have developed a survey to capture the views of local patients.

Please could we ask for your support to:

  • Complete the survey and/or
  • Share the link to the survey through your networks, newsletters and so on.

https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/EveryoneCounts/ 

The survey will close on 22 March 2019.


To All Patients..

We are changing the way we book our appointments.

As of Monday, the 3rd December 2018, all appointments will be booked at Dibden Purlieu.

Please continue to use the current appointment number for:

Marchwood 02380 871233

Dibden Purlieu 02380 844546

Thank you for your understanding

Alternative Appointments at TPAL - (The Practice at Lymington)

Prescribing of ‘over the counter’ medicines is changing

Local Services Surveys - Have Your Say

 

Cancer Screening Programmes

Detailed information can be found at www.cancerscreening.nhs.uk

 

Cervical Cancer

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Breast Cancer

Breast screening is a method of detecting breast cancer at a very early stage. The first step involves an x-ray of each breast - a mammogram - which is taken while carefully compressing the breast. Most women find it a bit uncomfortable and a few find it painful. The mammogram can detect small changes in breast tissue which may indicate cancers which are too small to be felt either by the woman herself or by a doctor.

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Bowel Cancer

Bowel cancer screening aims to detect bowel cancer at an early stage (in people with no symptoms), when treatment is more likely to be effective.

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Bowel Cancer: How we can help


Prostate Cancer

There is no organised screening programme for prostate cancer but an informed choice programme, Prostate Cancer Risk Management, has been introduced. If you are worried about a specific problem, or otherwise worried about the risks of cancer, then you should talk to your GP.

Visit the prostrate cancer screening website

 



 
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