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Threeways SurgeryPennylets GreenStoke PogesBuckinghamshire, SL2 4AZTel: 01753 643445
Bucks Sexual Health and Wellbeing, service providers and clinic opening times have changed and there is now one single point of access via a central telephone number: 0300 303 2880.
Sexual Health Bucks website using this link: www.sexualhealthbucks.nhs.uk
Over 400 children in Buckinghamshire need a foster home.
If you're over 21 and want to make a difference in a child's life, get in touch and find out more at www.buckscc.gov.uk/fostering or phone 0800 160 1900.
For further details and to book call
01895 837 334
Active Bucks is a weekly programme of fun and inspiring activities taking place across Buckinghamshire; on days, evenings and weekends. It will continue throughout the year and new activities will be added regularly.
The Active Bucks project aspires to help all Bucks residents lead happier, healthier lives.
We have a walking football session in Stoke Poges on a Thursday and would appreciate help promoting this to the public at Threeways surgery and having GP’s promote this as a suitable form of exercise to refer people onto.
Active Bucks commissioned Activities range from Rounders, Walk/Jog/Run groups, Family Cycling, Buggy Fit, Orienteering/Scavenger Hunt, Scooter Skills, Tai Chi/Pilates, Olympic Multisports, Parkrun/Junior Parkrun, Dads and Toddlers, Parent Fit, Strength and Balance, Parkour, Flag Football. Baseball & Softball, Walking Football, Social Ballroom, Multisport Activities, Yoga/Pilates, Bootcamp, Running Group, Nordic Walking, Simply Walks, Walking Netball, Dance. Bushcraft, Conservation, Photography lessons, Environmental art, Mystery trail, Live Action Role Play (LARP), Quidditch, Woodland/NERF games.
South Bucks Seeleys House,
HP9 1TF Tel: 01494 670909
spring 2018 newsletter
Dedicated confidential Cholesterol helpline run by qualified nurses who can alleviate any worries and provide information.
Monday to friday 10am - 3pm 0345 450 5988
The Live Well Stay Well single point of access celebrates it’s first birthday this month. The service has triaged over 3000 patients to a selection the interventions on offer and outcomes show an impressive increase in patient motivation to embrace a healthier lifestyle following their support from the services.
Health Care Professionals can refer to Live Well Stay Well with the single referral form on their practice system or patients can self-refer via the phone number or website. The services on offer are:
Our Practice Nurse can refer you to any of the above on a single referral form. Let Live Well Stay Well discuss with you what you are eligible for and the best way to support you.
LWSW also phones patients 7 days, 6 weeks, 3 months and 9 months after their initial triage to see how they are progressing and if they need any further support.
Live Well Stay Well109 Prospect HouseCrendon StreetHigh WycmobeBuckinghamshireHP13 6LA
Tel: 01628 857 311Email: email@example.com