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Do you have Asthma, COPD or Diabetes?


Please ensure you see the Nurse for your Annual Health Check! Pre-book in advance. If you cant make the appointment for whatever reason please let us know so it can be offered to others.


Carers


Please let us know if you are a carer! Did you know you are entitled to an annual health check & flu vaccination and much more. See reception for further details


Named Accountable GP


All patients that register at Cassio Surgery will be given a Named Accountable GP who will take lead responsibility for their care. You will be informed when you register who that is.   


Friends & Family Test


Would you recommend Cassio to your friends & family? Ask for a 'Friends and Family test' form from reception or complete now online


Friends & Family Test


Diabetes

All our diabetic patients, even if are under hospital care, are encouraged to

- Ensure they have a 6 monthly Hba1c (sugar test) and call a week later for the results. You will be advised if any action is required.

- Annual blood tests to include cholesterol followed by a Comprehensive Diabetes Annual Review, with the Diabetes Nurse. Appointments can be booked in advance and blood forms can be requested from reception after 2pm. Please allow two working days before collecting.

- Patients on regular medication will need a review with the GP at least once every 9 months to a year. 

- Contact us around September to book for an Annual Flu Vaccination

- Attend yearly Retinal (Eye) Screening Programme - Your GP will refer you for this at the time of diagnosis. If you miss an appointment please contact them directly to rearrange.

PATIENT RESOURCES

https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Guide-to-diabetes/What-is-diabetes/Diabetes-and-the-body/

https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Newly-diagnosed-with-diabetes/

https://www.diabetes.org.uk/Guide-to-diabetes/Living_with_diabetes/Driving/



 
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