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Beat the Winter Blues

Beat the Blues

Tracey Badham

After 14 years at Salisbury Medical Practice (working at New Street, Bishopdown and Fisherton House surgeries) Sister Tracey Badham has waved a fond farewell. A valued member of the team (with special recognition for her Asthma/COPD care), we would like to wish her all the best in her new job and thank her for her hard work and support over the years. Tracey ran several charity marathons whilst she was working with us, which is testament to her kind and caring nature- thank you to everyone who showed her and the charities support during these events.

Pneumococcal vaccine update

We are currently out of stock of the pneumococcal vaccine. Please call 01722 333034 to be notified when we have restocked.

Adrenaline auto-injectors: Advice on Use

An anaphylactic reaction is a life-threatening allergic reaction which can happen very quickly. It can be set off by various triggers. An injection of adrenaline in the outer thigh is the best emergency, on-the-spot treatment for an anaphylactic reaction.

Click here to find advice on how to use your auto-injector: 

Adrenaline Auto-Injectors - Advice on Use

New Protocol for Repeat Oral Contraceptive Pill Check

Salisbury Medical Practice has a new protocol in place for repeat oral contraceptive pills.

This process applies to women aged 20 years and over only.

We now have a Contraceptive Pill Checklist which is available from our reception, or you can find it attached below this text. Please complete this form and bring it to the surgery. Once you are at the surgery you then need to check your blood pressure in the machine that we have in our waiting room.  Return both the completed checklist and your blood pressure reading printout to our reception team so they can be scanned into your patient notes.

They will be assessed and acted on by the doctors working that day. If no concerns are identified a prescription will be issued for 6 months. If you need to be seen, the doctor will arrange an appropriate appointment.

Any issues or questions, please call the surgery on 01722 333034

Protocol for Contraceptive Pill Check

National Shortage of HEP A & B Vaccines

Please call 01722 333034 for prophylaxis advice.

Salisbury Medical Practice Top for Research Recruiting

According to the latest figures published by the Clinical Research Network (CRN) Wessex, Salisbury Medical Practice is the top recruiting medical practice in Wiltshire for research.

Research is important for helping to prevent disease and promote good health. These core values are at the heart of Salisbury Medical Practice’s belief system.

“By encouraging our patients to take part in clinical trials, it allows them to take an active role in their own healthcare and to contribute to the progression of medicine in general.”  Says Dr Dan Henderson, GP Research Lead at Salisbury Medical Practice.

The latest National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Research Activity League Table showed a large increase in active research within general practices in 2016-17. Salisbury Medical Practice itself has elevated from a Level 2 practice to a sessional practice, showing the increase in patient participation for research studies within the practice.

Donna Hopkins, Research Project Manager at Salisbury Medical Practice, says “Seeing the increase in research projects has been so motivating. Our patients have been fantastic and we are seeing a lot more patient involvement. This is so important as it makes such a huge difference to future patient’s lives.” 

If you are a Salisbury Medical Practice patient and would like to get involved with any research studies, please do let your doctor know. Information on the Research studies the Practice is participating in is on the Salisbury Medical Practice Website: 

Salisbury Leg Club - Every Tuesday, 9am - 12 noon

Taking place at Salisbury Rugby Club (Castle Rd, Salisbury SP1 3SA), Salisbury Leg Club is a unique partnership between Salisbury Medical Practice, Harcourt Medical Centre and Millstream Medical Centre.

Salisbury Leg Club is there to provide free community-based treatment, health promotion, education and on-going care for people of all age groups. 

Salisbury Leg Club provide treatment and advice for leg ulcers, dry/wet legs, swollen or painful legs, support stockings and well leg regime. 

Share experiences and gain peer support in an informal, social environment. Refreshments are available. 

Would you Recommend Salisbury Medical Practice?

Your suggestions and comments on the care and treatment you receive is important to us. We would appreciate if you could complete the Friends and Family Test. To take part, click on the 'Friends and Family Test' link on our homepage. Alternatively, you will find copies at our reception. 


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