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STRESSED, ANXIOUS, WORRIED? - ACCESS TO CBT IN SURREY - NO REFERRAL NEEDED

There are a range of services for patients who feel they are anxious or depressed. Patients may wish to view this leaflet which details the range of therapies available WITHOUT GP referral. There are options to suit differing lifestyles and preferences ranging from online to face to face. Please see the PDF below listing the various options available to patients.

Self referral services for patients

 

WORRIED ABOUT YOUR DRINKING?

Visit www.drinkcoach.org.uk

Skype based service - Use code SURREYWEB to access free, confidential coaching sessions. Accessible weekdays, evenings and weekends.

MEASLES

There have been confirmed cases of measles within Surrey and we therefore encourage our patients to ensure their vaccinations are up to date. If you are not immunised or uncertain, please contact us. Children, young adults and women of child bearing age are particularly at risk. Please see the leaflet for information on affected groups and the vaccination. Measles leaflet

DATA PROTECTION AND GDPR

Please see the practice privacy notice Privacy Notice

A new national data opt-out model, launched in May, replaces the 'type-2' opt-out. The new model provides an online facility for individuals to opt out from the use of their confidential data for purposes other than direct care, i.e. for the purposes of research and health service planning.

Patients who had previously registered a 'type-2' opt-out have had this converted into a national data opt-out. It is important that patients are aware of their right to opt out.

 

Patients can set their opt-out preferences at https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/ They will need their NHS number and a valid email address or telephone number which is on the GP record or on the Personal Demographics Service database to register their decision to opt out. Patients who are unable to use the online facility can use a phone helpline to manage their choice –

0300 303 5678. A paper print-and-post form is also available at https://www.nhs.uk/your-nhs-data-matters/manage-your-choice/other-ways-to-manage-your-choice/

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