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  •  Cedar Practice January 2021

  • COVID19 Vaccine now available for patients aged 80 and over

    • Get your vaccination by our GP colleagues at Elsdale Street Surgery, close to Mare Street. Please call the practice and we will book you an appointment. 

    • Transport is available - just let our reception know you need transport.  

    • Please be aware that you should recieve an invite for this vaccine via your GP surgery only. 

      • Warning of vaccine scam phonecalls: scammers are using the rollout of covid19 vaccine to try to con people out of money, a council has warned... elderly people have been targeted. 

  • Do you meet the criteria for free NHS prescriptions? check here

 

  • Weekend appointments for wound care and childhood immunisations - speak to reception

  • Money Matters? - Hackney Council offer a guide to debt, work worries and benefits entitlements

  • Find a food bank here

  • Help someone sleeping rough

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  •  Online Consult 

       - Get in touch with a GP online

A new Online Consult platform, Online Consult. The Online platform aims to help patients seek advice and speak to usual GP. We are slowly gaining popularity with our new online platform check it out and let us know what you think... https://www.online-consult.co.uk/org/cedar-practice

  •  City and Hackney Duty Doctor - 8 am  - 8 pm GP Appointments

GP appointments are available the same day at the Cedar Practice - and at other Hackney GP practices'. We urge you to contact your GP surgery during working hours, to get help with urgent medical problems, before calling 111 or going to a hospital Accident and Emergency department. 

Our sister surgeries offer extended hours appointments.  If you would like a weekend appointment or an appointments after 6.30 pm please speak to our reception team who will inform you about other surgery hours and appointment availability.

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