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Pearl Medical Practice

Pearl Medical Practice, Wembley Centre for Health & Care, Ground Floor, 116 Chaplin Road, HA0 4UZ

TelTelephone: 020 3837 9960

Out of hours: 0300 130 3015 or NHS 111

NHSE advice specific to Strep A symptoms and who to contact

Monday, 12 December 2022

 Advice for parents / guardians

  • Parents of children with presumed respiratory viral infection should be made aware of features suggestive of secondary bacterial infection, such as clinical deterioration, and when and how to seek further help.
  • Advice for parents on How to Help your Unwell Child can be accessed HERE which includes information on what to do in an emergency.
  • As GAS is spread by close contact with an infected person and can be passed on through coughs and sneezes or from a wound, please encourage parents and children to practice good hand and respiratory hygiene.
  • Parents who need more information can read this blog from UKHSA https://ukhsa.blog.gov.uk/2022/12/05/group-a-strep-what-you-need-to-know/ and are encouraged to use the ‘How to Help your Unwell Child’ information here

 

Strep A and scarlet fever :: Healthier Together (what0-18.nhs.uk)

Practice Information

Pearl Medical Practice

Pearl Medical Practice, Wembley Centre for Health & Care, Ground Floor, 116 Chaplin Road, HA0 4UZ

Practice Opening hours

The practice is open during the following times:

Monday08:00-18:30
Tuesday08:00-18:30
Wednesday08:00-18:30
Thursday08:00-18:30
Friday08:00-18:30
SaturdayClosed
SundayClosed

Practice News

Safe Surgery

Safe Surgery Pearl Medical Practice is proud to be a safe surgery for everyone in our community. In recognition of the barriers to healthcare access faced by people in vulnerable circumstances, including migrants, we commit to protecting the human right to health. We will take steps to ensure that everyone in our community may fulfil […]

NHSE advice specific to Strep A symptoms and who to contact

 Advice for parents / guardians Parents of children with presumed respiratory viral infection should be made aware of features suggestive of secondary bacterial infection, such as clinical deterioration, and when and how to seek further help. Advice for parents on How to Help your Unwell Child can be accessed HERE which includes information on what to do […]