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A letter from the GP Surgeries in Felixstowe

 

As I am sure you are aware, we are all facing difficult uncertain times with the current coronavirus pandemic.  The advice for many older people and those at risk is to stay at home to prevent contracting the virus.  If you feel you would be unable to support yourself by staying at home, I am delighted to advise that help is available locally.

 

Felixstowe Helping Hands have a team of volunteers who would be able to help you by doing shopping, dog walking, collecting prescriptions etc.  They will also provide phone calls to reassure and to combat loneliness.  They can be contacted on 07479 556736

 

We also have social prescribers in Felixstowe, Hayley and Debbie, who are also able to put you in touch with other support services.   Hayley can be reached on 07879 602327 and Debbie on 07917 324861.

 

With very best wishes

 

Yours sincerely

 

 

Dr Paul Driscoll, Partner at Haven Health

Dr Steven Feltwell, Partner at The Grove Medical Centre

Dr Rob Mindham, Partner at Howard House

Please see the advice in the link below regarding the Cronovirus 

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Useful Websites

"Really" useful websites: 

Below is a list of websites that you may find useful. giving health advice and information on local services:

Suffolk Well-being website  -  This website can help you recognise the signs and symptoms of stress, anxiety or depression and give you ideas on how to make changes to improve your wellbeing.

NHS website  - NHS services, health care and support, local and national information

Suffolk Mind - Mental health awareness and support

Healthy Suffolk - one-stop shop for everything health and wellbeing related in Suffolk

* the practice is not responsible or liable for any content or advice offered by the above websites,



 
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