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The Grafton SurgeryCentral Canvey Primary Care CentreLong RoadCanvey Island, SS8 0JATel: 01268 686140
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If you have please DO NOT come in to the surgery, By doing so you will pass the virus onto staff and other service users. Stay at home. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and let the illness run it's course - usually 3 days. For advice about self-care visit www.nhs.uk If you are worried then call the GP surgery or NHS 111.
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Cancelling your Appointment
Appointments are often in short supply so please ring and let us know if you cannot attend. It means that the appointment can be given to somebody else.
We hold a number of clinics at the surgery on various days. For further details than given here please contact reception.
Click on this link for weekend service info: Weekend Service
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If you have had sex without using contraception, or you think your contraception has failed, you may be able to use the emergency contraception.
There are two types of emergency contraception available from pharmacies and our clinics: the emergency contraceptive pill (often referred to as the morning after pill) and the intrauterine device (IUD). The IUD is the most effective method of emergency contraception.
Is a type of emergency contraceptive pill can be taken within three days (72 hours) of unprotected sex. Levonelle contains levonorgestrel, a synthetic hormone that prevents unwanted pregnancy
This emergency contraceptive pill can be taken five days (120 hours) after unprotected sex.
A coil can be inserted up to 120 hours (5 days) after unprotected sex but may also be used beyond that timescale in certain circumstances. This is the most effective type of emergency contraception.
If you have any questions or concerns, our friendly team in the service intelligence centre will be pleased to help.
Contraception Implant can also be discussed with The Sexual Health Clinic
T: 0300 303 9988
Opening Times: 8am - 8pm
You can now self refer to Physio direct.
You must be over the age of 16 and live in the Southend, Castle point and Rochford areas.
Physio direct is a telephone service to provide early advice and management for people with Musculoskeletal problems. After seeing your GP, they can recommend that you contact this service to help with your symptoms.
You need to call 01702 385399 - Mon - Fri / 8.45am - 3.45pm
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