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Welcome to The New Hall Lane Practice

Email Address: gpccg.pq@nhs.net

The New Hall Lane Practice is a four Partner Training Practice comprising three male and one female. This is a medical partnership with the practice name of “The New Hall Lane Practice”. It is not a limited company.

PLEASE BE AWARE THAT ALL PHONE CALLS INTO AND OUT OF THIS PRACTICE ARE RECORDED.

In general, we cover the East side of Preston, St Matthews and Fishwick wards, and a map of the practice area is available in reception.

The Health Centre was constructed in 1978 and updated in 1990 and 1996.

Car parking is available on site, and the Health Centre is accessible to disabled patients. The premises are owned by NHS Property Services.

In addition to everything you need to know about the practice you will also find a wealth of health-related information in the menu on the right hand side. Please have a look around and do send us some feedback if you like.

The New Hall Lane Practice doors are currently closed. Please do not try and enter the building until you have contacted the Practice or if you have been asked to attend. Please call us whenever required. 

This is to protect both the Patients and our Staff.

Thank you for your patience at this time. 







COVID-19

FOR UP TO DATE INFORMATION ON CORONAVIRUS PLEASE CLICK ON THE FOLLOWING LINK: 

https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE NHS COVID-19 APP TO HELP STOP THE SPREAD OF THE VIRUS.

https://covid19.nhs.uk/

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 General Information

  • If you need medical help, the NHS is still here for you.
  • If you need medical help from your GP practice, contact them either online, by an app or by phone to be assessed.
  • If you need urgent medical help, use the NHS 111 online service. If you cannot get help online, call 111.
  • If it's a serious or life-threatening emergency, call 999.
  • If you are told to go to hospital it is important that you go to hospital.
  • You should continue to attend your appointments, unless you have been told not to attend.

 


Act FAST if you or a loved one have symptoms of stroke 

The NHS is urging anyone who thinks they or a loved one have symptoms of stroke not be put off seeking help because of coronavirus but to ‘act FAST’.

NHS staff have worked hard to ensure anyone who needs stroke care can safely get it despite the biggest public health emergency in over a century.

Now there are concerns that people are putting off getting help when they need it due to coronavirus worries.

As part of the Help Us Help You campaign the NHS is urging the public to continue to act F.A.S.T. and dial 999 when stroke strikes.  

Services across the country have been restructured to reduce the risk of patients being exposed to,o r passing on infection in hospital. 

The F.A.S.T. (Face, Arms, Speech, Time) acronym is a simple test to help people identify the most common signs of a stroke, and emphasises the importance of acting quickly by calling 999

  • Face – has their face fallen on one side? Can they smile?
  • Arms – can they raise both arms and keep them there?
  • Speech – is their speech slurred? 
  • Time to call 999

For health advice and information, visit www.nhs.uk.

 

 

 

(Site updated 30/09/2020)
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