Welcome to East Bridgford Medical Centre Online
There are currently four doctors who work regularly at East Bridgford Medical Centre, three partners: Drs Scaffardi(Male),Stewart( Female),and Cope(Male), with one associated GP Dr Sunita Rana(Female), who together with our staff, provide a comprehensive medical service for East Bridgford and surrounding villages.
Our practice is a training practice for GP registrars. These doctors, who are fully qualified, are usually with us for four to twelve months at a time. Dr Arshad Latif is here until August 2015 and Dr Sophia Ahmad is here until December 2014. They both joined the practice in August 2014.
'Looking After Your Back' Patient Event
Saturday 8th November
09.55 - 12.00 hrs
Please click on link for more information - 'Looking After Your Back'
SEASONAL INFLUENZA CLINICS
Sat 4th October 2014
Sat 11th October 2014
Sat 25th October 2014
8.30am - 11.30am
You are eligible for a flu vaccination if you are aged 65 or over; or over the age of 4 years, if you have any of the following conditions:
Please note: All under 5 year olds will be individually contacted and booked into the usual Surgery clinics.
v Respiratory disease such as COPD or asthma
v Heart disease
v Renal disease
v Liver disease
v Neurological Disease
v You have had a stroke or transient ischaemic attack (TIA)
v You have immunosuppression due to disease or treatment
v You are in receipt of a Carer’s Allowance or are the main carer of an elderly or disabled person whose welfare may be at risk if you fall ill.
If you are over 65 and have never had a vaccination against pneumonia you will be offered it at the same time as your flu jab.
Please be aware that the clinics are for flu only. If you have any other health concerns please make an appointment to see your doctor at another time.
Remember - a flu jab will not give you flu!
Influenza, or 'flu', is a highly contagious acute viral infection that affects people of all ages. It typically starts suddenly with fever, chills, headache, aching muscles, general prostration and a cough or other respiratory symptoms. While most people recover without complications in 1-2 weeks, flu can cause serious illness and death, especially in the very young and the elderly. Flu epidemics occur mainly in the winter months and can result in widespread disruption to healthcare and other services. A vaccine is produced every year based on the strains of virus expected to be circulating.
Do you CARE for Someone?
You may not be aware that the Government would like to recognise all carer's and the wonderful job they are doing for family and friends. The Surgery now have an Information package to give to carer's with advice on how to obtain support. If you are a carer, come and have a chat with us in reception.
Are you currently looking for a job?
Please check our latest vacancies page for positions available at East Bridgford Medical Centre.
(Site updated 20/10/2014)