Over the Counter Medication/Treatments for Self-Limiting Conditions
As you may be aware, the NHS is under unprecedented financial pressure and it is vital that all NHS resources are used in the best way possible, therefore we are encouraging Patients to self-care in the first instance by managing symptoms through non-medicinal intervention or alternatively, to seek advice from a community Pharmacist and purchase an OTC medication to manage minor ailments as outlined in the ‘Guidance for Self-Limited Conditions’ further down.
This will also help to reduce the number of unnecessary appointments. If a Patient consults with a GP, or an Advanced Nurse Practitioners the Practice will no longer prescribe medicines which are available over the counter for self-limiting conditions, unless there are exceptional circumstances.
Click here for more information about this change and self-limiting condtions and self help advice.
Important Notice - As From Monday 3rd December
In order to save our patients queuing in the cold winter months our front doors will now not be opening until 8.20am so please do not come and queue at the door unless you have an appointment already made.
This will enable us to have two extra staff answering the telephones, so will be able to make your appointment over the telephone prior to your visit.
Our telephone lines will be available from 8.00am as usual.
All at Station View Health centre are deeply saddened to announce the sudden death of their esteemed friend and colleague Dr Lucy Havard.
Dr Lucy Havard has been a GP at our practice for 15 years, and will be hugely missed by all of her patients, work colleagues and everyone who knew her.
We would ask patients to respect all of our staff at this difficult time, appointments and availability may be affected for all but the most urgent issues and whilst we will try to get cover, a Doctor as good as Dr Havard will be very difficult to replace.
Our thoughts go out to all of her friends and family at this difficult time.
The Health Centre
The health centre has suitable access for disabled patients. Parking facilities are available but these are limited. Please do not leave your vehicle in the car park while you finish your shopping!
The history of Station View Health Centre goes back over 70 years to the time that the first GP set up in Hinckley to provide general medical services to the local population. Since then, the practice has gradually developed to become one of the most comprehensive primary health care teams in the Hinckley and Market Bosworth area. This has happened on an evolving basis with the single-handed practice becoming a partnership after the second world war, and a group practice establishing itself in the 1970s. Since that time, and during the 1980s and 1990s, the primary health care team has become reality coupled with professional management and, more recently, purpose-built premises. The practice has worked from many different locations over the years, and during 2002 relocated to a brand new private finance-funded primary care building.
To provide safe, high quality care for patients whilst supporting and encouraging staff to achieve their full potential.
How To Contact Us
Appointments and other business: 01455 635362
Emergencies: 01455 634367
Out-of-hours service: 111
Fax: 01455 619797
Monday to Friday 8.00am - 6.30pm