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GET SAFE

'GET SAFE' is the Worcestershire name for the multi-agency support and protection for children and young people at risk of Criminal Exploitation.

This brings together and identifies the following criminal exploitation risks that children and young people face today across the UK:

Gang-Related Activity, Sexual Exploitation, Trafficking, Modern Day Slavery, Absent and Missing, Forced Marriage, Honour Based Violence and Female Genital Mutilation, and Criminal Exploitation.

GET SAFE is being launched across Worcestershire between 24th – 28th June 2019 – there will be daily roadshows across the county and social media and press coverage.

The GET SAFE Partnership is committed to tackling Child Exploitation and supporting victims and their families who experience this.

The GET SAFE partnership includes West Mercia Police, Children’s Social Care, Health, Education, Youth Justice, Early Help Services and the voluntary sector who will all be working together alongside other agencies and existing forums within Worcestershire. This brings a joined-up focus and approach across agencies in the community in the identification and tackling of Criminal exploitation of children and young people.

Further information about GET SAFE in Worcestershire and sign posting to agencies for help and support is available on the Worcestershire council website: www.worcestershire.gov.uk/getsafe

Becoming a Dementia Friendly Practice

Abbey Medical Practice has recently signed up to Evesham dementia action alliance to become recognised as a ‘Dementia Friendly Practice’.

To support this aim, Abbey Medical Practice is committing to an Action Plan that will make our Practice more accessible, as well as raising awareness of dementia and the range of support that is available locally.

 

New Worcestershire Prescribing Policys

Worcestershire CCGs no longer support the prescribing of certain medications including over the counter medicines (for example paracetamol and ibuprofen), gluten-free products, baby milk and specialist infant formula and oral nutritional supplements. 

For more information on all of these prescriptions please click below:

http://www.worcestershire.nhs.uk/prescribing/

Baby milks

Oral Nutrition Supplements

Gluten-Free Foods

Over the counter

Influenza Vaccination 

Our flu vaccination clinics run from 25th September, we have pre-bookable appointments and also some drop in clinics on a daily basis.

Ring Reception now on 01386 761111 to book an appointment or to find out more information.

New Health Visitor Clinics

The Health Visitor no longer holds a clinic at the practice and instead holds drop-in clinics throughout the week.  Please see below.

Tuesday 10.00-11.30 at The Vale of Evesham Cristian Center

Wednesday 10.00-11.30 at Evesham Adventure Playground

1st Tuesday of the month 9.00-11.30 at Pebworth Village Hall

Extended Hours Surgery

A new extended hours surgery based at Evesham Community Hospital is now available to patients registered with Evesham, Breadon, Broadway and Inkberrow surgeries 

Appointments are available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, 18.30 to 21.00 and Saturday mornings, 09.00 -13.00

Please speak to one of our reception team to make an appointment on 01386 761111.

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