26th Jun

Managing Your Child's Anxiety - Free Webinar

The Children and Young People's Primary Care Network (CYP PCN) is offering a webinar aimed at supporting parents to support their child to gain better understanding of their children's anxiety/worries.

They are held every 3rd Wednesday of the month via MS Teams at 1:30pm 

Future Dates: 17th July, 21st August, 18th September, 16th October 20th November.

To secure your spot kindly email: with 'Webinar' as the subject line and your preferred attendance date.


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19th Jun

Armed Forces and Reserves Day's - 26th and 29th June - Do we know you served?

We’re proud to support #ArmedForcesDay, when the nation unites to honour the selfless service of the entire Armed Forces community.



We support all members of our community who have served, regardless of which service or for how long. We strongly encourage you to come forward and tell us about your service history so we can best support you.

Further information about the help and support available to you can be found on our Veterans Support pages. 

14th Jun

PCN Website

Please have a look at the Chelmsford City Health PCN link above.

This is useful for anyone looking for advice on Health & Wellbeing, social care and activities in your local area.

29th May

Your Diabetes Check Ups Matter!

Life with diabetes can feel like number, check and test overload. You might feel fine, or feel like you don’t have the time. Or maybe you’re not sure what checks you should be getting. But these regular diabetes health checks are vital to keep you healthy, so you can continue living life to the full.

If you require more information about keeping well with diabetes you can request an appointment to speak with our Diabetes Lead Pharmacist - Rashmi Patel

1st May

Dementia Intensive Support Service

Dementia Intensive Support Service (DISS) provides joined-up mental health and physical health support for people living with dementia or suspected dementia in mid Essex

The service offers:

 Rapid support for people who are in crisis

 Intensive support and treatment at place of residence

 Signposting to further advice and support You do not need to speak with health or social care professional to be referred as self-referrals are accepted.


CALL: 01245 515 313 for advice, support and referral. The helpline is open 7 days a week: Monday to Friday 9am – 7pm, weekends and bank holidays 9am – 5pm.

111 option 2 outside these hours if you are concerned about mental health needs.

1st Feb

Contacting The Surgery

Please do not use the contact form on the website for appointment booking or requesting medications

27th Nov 2023

National Cancer Patient Experience Survey

At the NHS, we want our patients to have the best experience possible and having continuous patient feedback is crucial in helping us deliver what patients want and need. 

The national Cancer Patient Experience Survey (CPES) asks for feedback from cancer patients (16 years and over*), to inform and improve local cancer services across England. Those who were treated for cancer as an inpatient or day-case, and left hospital in April, May or June 2023, will be invited to take part in the survey. 

The survey takes no more than 20 minutes to complete and can be done online, on paper, or over the phone. If you need support completing the survey or need it made available in another language, you can call the free helpline number: 0800 103 2804.  

The NHS and cancer charities use the results to understand what is working well and which areas need improvement. The results enable them to identify national and local priorities and work with patients and partners to deliver change.

The survey is anonymous, and all personal data will be kept safe.

The results of the survey will be available in Summer 2024. 

For more information on the survey and how to access help and support in completing it, please visit

*For those aged 16 and under, feedback is collected via the Under 16 Cancer Patient Experience Survey: