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It’s ok to focus on Your wellbeing

GP and RCGP vice chair Prof Mike Holmes, emphasises to healthcare colleagues the importance of looking after their own wellbeing, as they continuing to care for others. “As a GP, I’m seeing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic from many …

Donation of cars make home visits safer

Haxby Group  has been given four cars to help with home visiting by local companies. The loan cars, which had been left redundant by companies during the lock-down, will be used by doctors and healthcare practitioners for doing home visits …

If you are struggling because of coronavirus

Use this service to find out what help you can get if you’re affected by coronavirus. You can use it for yourself or someone else. You can find information about: feeling unsafe going in to work paying bills or being …

Changes to childhood immunisations

We are changing the way we deliver appointments for our childhood vaccinations. We want to reduce the time you and your child has to be in surgery. Eight-week vaccinations For any first primary vaccines due at eight weeks of age, …

Looking out for each other

The looking out for each other campaign focuses on the small things we can all do to help each other during the pandemic. If you are well and not at risk, there are things you can do to support your …

A call for patients to stand with us as we address discrimination against healthcare staff

Haxby Group has launched a powerful new video calling for more awareness of behaviour that could be perceived as discriminatory. The practice has a zero-tolerance approach to any kind of discrimination aimed at its staff and is asking patients to …

CELEBRATING ONE YEAR AT CALVERT AND NEWINGTON SURGERIES IN HULL

One year ago, Haxby Group took over the running of Calvert and Newington surgeries in Hull to look after its 10,000 patients. We’ve been busy improving lots of things including: More appointments New phone systems Online triaging, using Artificial Intelligence …

Easter opening

Haxby Group surgeries are all still open and providing a service to patients. Many people are opting to take up phone or video appointments, but some people we really need to see face to face. People are still able to …

Advice for people who are worried about domestic abuse

We recognise that this is an extremely difficult situation for everyone. We know that, unfortunately, children and adults will continue to be abused and neglected throughout this challenging time and some may be at higher risk. We would like to …

New starters to support our team during the pandemic

We are pleased to welcome a number of casual workers and volunteers who have kindly come back to work as part of the Haxby Group team during this busy time. Welcome to medical students Alex and Alice who have previously …

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