Other Information

This page provides links to various publications relating to health care and local organisations.


7 day access Primary Care

The NHS wold like patients to always think GP Practice First if they feel unwell.  GP practices are open 8am to 6pm, Monday to Friday.   If you need to be seen the same day (unplanned clinical need) requiring a same day primary care clinical response, you should always contact their GP Practice first or, NHS111 after 6pm and weekends/bank holidays.  Download the guide by clicking the icon.

Carers Support

Does your GP know you look after someone who has an illness or is disabled?   Being a Carer can often affect your own health.  By letting your GP Practice know that you are caring for someone could help your GP offer you better support.

Click here to go to Durham County Carers Support or download their leaflet by clicking the icon


Help to Health

Help to Health - delivered by local charities Supportive and Volunteering Matters - covers the Durham Dales, Easington, Sedgefield, Derwentside, Durham or Chester-le-Street areas, transporting eligible patients to planned primary and secondary healthcare appointments.  Click here for more information or click the download icon.


Link2 is a new accessible dial-a-ride bus for people making local journeys for which there is no other suitable bus. Click here for more information or click the download button to download a copy of their leaflet


Do you suffer from repeated episodes of depression?  Are you a stressed carer or parent of someone with mental health problems?  Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) may be able to help you.   Click the icon to view a pdf version of their leaflet.  For full information go to their website.


Practice Leaflet

Download a pdf version of our latest Practice Leaflet. V5.00 dated 06/02/2020

Prescriptions - Free

Download a pdf version of an Easy Read guide to Free Prescriptions

Waiting area presentation

Did you miss something on the waiting area TV presentation ?  If so you can view a pdf version of the file  by clicking the icon.  Updated 10/1182021


Updated:  10/11/2021

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