Waddington Surgery - Reopening

We're thrilled to announce that as of 4th of April 2022, we have resumed regular service from Waddington Surgery, including appointments with GPs and Nurses, as well as medication collection from Waddington dispensary. We'd like to thank all of our patients for the patience and understanding you've shown us during Waddington Surgery's closure. 
Resuming operation from both of our surgeries means we're no longer be able to run full-day services from Navenby Surgery, and our updated opening hours from both sites are viewable on our home page. At present all incoming calls are still being transferred to Navenby Surgery, but these calls will still be answered during Waddington Surgery's opening hours.

Zero Tolerance

We operate a Zero Tolerance Policy with regard to abuse or violence towards our staff. We reserve the right to remove abusive or violent patients from the Practice List.

The Family Medicine Chest

coldHere is a list of useful medicines and dressings with a suggestion for their use. Keep in a box or cupboard with a lock and store out of the reach of children

Soluble Aspirin - For adults and children. Good for head ache, colds, sore throat and painful bruises

Paracetamol mixture - For relief of pain in young children

Sedative cough linctus - For dry or painful coughs, but not coughs caused by colds

Menthol crystals -  Add to hot water to make a steam inhalation for treating catarrh and dry or painful coughs

Vapour rub -  Again use for steam inhalations. Also useful for children with stuffy noses, rubbed on to the chest and nose

Antiseptic Solution -  One teaspoon in warm water for cleansing cuts and grazes

Antiseptic cream -  For treatment of spots, sores on the nose and grazes

Calamine lotion -  For dabbing on insect bites, stings and sunburn

Dressing strips -  For minor cuts3” crepe bandage To keep dressings in place. To support sprained or bruised joints

Cotton wool -  For cleaning cuts and grazes

Thermometer -  For fevers

Tweezers -  For removing splinters

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