If you suspect you have symptoms suggestive of Monkey Pox or travelled from a high risk area with symptoms of flu-like illness (fever, malaise, headache high temperature and swollen glands) with or without a rash, please stay at your accommodation and call the surgery on:
For Moulton Surgery: 01604 644126.
For Universtity of Northampton Students: 01604 892582
You should not attend the surgery.
A GP will call and discuss your symptoms over the telephone or through a video consultation as warranted.
If you are a patient at Northampton General Hospital and have any questions or queries about an outpatient appointment, when your planned operation is expected to take place, or if you want to cancel or rearrange an appointment with the hospital, please contact their Outpatient Contact Centre on 01604 545555. We do not have access to the hospital booking system and will not be able to provide you with the information you need. Thank you for your support.
Please read the public information leaflet available at the following link: COVID-19 vaccination and blood clotting – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk).
You can also access the most up to date information on local testing at www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/coronavirus-testing-in-northamptonshire.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Welcome Weekend 2020 for new students will not be taking place.
If you fall within our criteria and wish to register at our Waterside Campus Health Centre, then please download and print a registration pack and bring a completed copy to the Health Centre, along with two forms of identification.
PLEASE NOTE: the Health Centre will be locked and you will not be able to enter, but a receptionist will be available to help you.
If you are an international student who is self-isolating and you require medical assistance, please call the Health Centre on 01604 892582 and our receptionist will be able to help you.
Extra weight puts extra pressure on your body, which makes it harder to fight against diseases like cancer, heart disease and now, Covid-19.
Losing weight can help reduce your risk.
Get help and support to lose weight at nhs.uk/BetterHealth.
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In order to minimise the spread of the Coronavirus infection and keep our staff and patients safe, ALL MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC MUST WEAR A FACE COVERING WHEN ENTERING THE SURGERY.
Whilst we ask visitors to wear face coverings for their own protection and for others, guidance states that the following groups DO NOT need to wear a face covering:
- Children under the age of 3
- Patients unable to put on or wear a face covering because of any physical or mental illness, impairment or disability
- Patients with breathing difficulties and respiratory problems that may be exacerbated by wearing a face covering
A member of the reception team will come to the door and be able to help answer any question you may have.
Thank you for your co-operation and understanding.