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Important Coronavirus Message: If you are requesting or attending a practice appointment, and have any of the following symptoms: fever, cough, loss or change to taste or smell, joint pain, headache, shortness of breath, sore throat, diarrhoea, chills, nausea, vomitting or nasal congestion. Phone lines are open from 8am to 6.30pm for you to arrange an appointment.Normal opening hours are in operation apart from cleaning between 1pm and 2pm.
Marsh Medical Practice News. Article selection below, article to the right.
  • Respiratory Care

    View our Respiratory Care leaflet by clicking here.

    Respiratory Care
  • World COPD DAY 18th November 2020

    This year, more than ever, we want to remind you that we are here to support you to look after your lungs and live well with COPD. If you are due a review or have any questions or concerns regarding your health please do not hesitate to call us and speak with one of our clinicians. There is also some useful information on the British Lung Foundation website which can be accessed by clicking here.

  • Stay alert and control the virus
  • while staying at home to protect others, take the opportunity to look after your own health
  • Coronavirus Update

    For advice about current restrictions, test and trace information and symptoms to look out for please click here to see the NHS website or the Government website by clicking here.

  • Power Cuts

    Please be aware that when there are local power cuts, our computers and phones are also affected. This means that we are unable to access any patient records or clinic lists and make calls. Even if the power outage is for a short period it can mean that our computer systems are disabled for hours as they reset.

    Your understanding and patience at these times is greatly appreciated and please be reassured that we will get the service up and running as quickly as we can.

  • Covid Information

    Please see the documents on our main page entitled Access to Services During Covid and Use of Patient Data During Covid.

    This information details how we are continuing to see patients though in a slightly different way and how the NHS is utilising patient data in the fight against Covid-19.

  • Support for Type 2 diabetes patients

    You may have seen in the media that the NHS is trialing meal replacements shakes and soups for patients with type 2 diabetes. Lincolnshire is NOT part of this programme and therefore we will not be able to prescribe these diets.

    Patients with diabetes who would like to learn more about the condition and how they can lead a healthier lifestyle and lose weight, do have the following options available FREE in Lincolnshire:

    Diabetes Information via an interactive app

    • Type 2 - MyDesmond - please ask for referral via your GP or diabetes specialist nurse.
    • Type 1 - MyType1Diabetes - click here to register

    OneYou - help and advice for diet, exercise, smoking cessation and alcohol reduction including options for weight watchers, slimming world and ManVsFat football linked programmes and apps. To start the process click here or call 01522 705 162

    Steps2Change - for help with anxiety and depression of any nature but specifically tailored for those with long term conditions if diabetes is mentioned in the referral. You can refer yourself by clicking here or by calling 0303 123 4000

    Alternative speak to one of our team to be signposted to an appropriate service.

  • Appointments

    This Practice has remained open throughout the pandemic, providing face to face appointments where necessary. Telephone and other remote consultations have been and will continue to be, undertaken as clinically indicated to reduce the number of people coming into the surgery and subsequently reduce the chances of spreading Cornavirus.

    Please be reassured that should you need a face to face appointment, one will be offered to you.

  • Face Coverings

    From 24th July the rules regarding the wearing of face coverings changes. This mandate is advised to protect our community and we encourage you to use them.

    The Government guidance suggests there is NO requirement for evidence for exemption. It should be sufficient for someone to declare that they are eligible for an exemption direct with the person questioning them (eg bus driver, shop assistant).

    General Practices are therefore NOT required to provide letters of support for those who fall under the list of exemptions, or to those who do not fall under the list of exemptions. For the latest Government guidance please click here

    Play your part in saving lives.

  • Children Returning to School

    We are aware that some parents might be understandably anxious about the Government’s recent announcement, advising that children of a certain age return to school in the week commencing 1st June 2020. GPs are unfortunately not in a position to provide individual risk assessments or letters to a child, in order to confirm their suitability (or otherwise) to return to school. Please click here for further information.

  • Cover your face. Stay 2 meters apart. Your face covering protects me, my face covering protects you. For the latest advice on staying healthy see www.nhs.uk
    Face Coverings

    It is now recommended that ALL patients should wear a face covering to the surgery, at the surgery, and during consultations. This is in line with Government advice about face covering in public spaces where social distancing is difficult.

    A cloth mask or scarf is sufficient as long as it is secure and covers both your nose and mouth. If you have a medical condition which makes this difficult to tolerate, please mention this when you book your appointment and when you arrive.

    We will continue to undertake as many appointments remotely as possible but if you do have to visit the surgery, your co-operation in keeping us all as safe as possible is appreciated.

  • Cancer Support

    Open for business - Cancer diagnosis and cancer treatment

    Watch the videos by clicking here

    Cancer Support Video. We are still fighting Cancer. Fight it with us. If you are worried contact your GP today.

  • Marsh makes the papers!

    If you would like to read some positive news about our Practice please click here

    Thank you to all our patients and staff who are adapting to these new ways of working - you are making a difference.

  • Carers

    There are people in our area who are looking after a friend, relative or neighbour. They may not see themselves as a carer and are often worried about seeking help. We respect and appreciate our carers and can offer a range of information to help support them.

    Support Carers Leaflet

    Download the full leaflet here or click here for further information.

  • Every Mind Matters

    Every Mind Matters is here to help you manage and maintain your mental health, as good mental health makes such a difference. It helps us to relax more, achieve more and enjoy our lives more.

    For further details click here

NHS Appointments. GP and nurse appointments are now available in your area during evenings and the weekend. To book an appointment, contact your practice.

Access to Services During Covid

To view our patient letter about accessing services during Covid, click here

Use of Patient Data During Covid

To view our privacy notice about the use patient data during Covid, click here

Call 111 when it's less urgent than 999