Antibiotic Awareness Campaign

What is antibiotic resistance?

  • when bacteria adapt and develop a way to protect themselves from being killed by antiobotics
  • bacteria are more likely to develop resistance when antibiotics are overused or not used as prescribed

Why is it a problem?

  • infections caused by antiobotic resistant bacteria are more difficult to treat leading to inscreased levels of disease and death and longer hospital stays
  • operations like bone, heart or bowel surgery, and treatments like chemotherapy all require antibiotics to be successful; if our antibiotics do not work these procedures will become impossible without risk of infection.

What can I do?

  • become an Antibotic Guardian by choosing to pledge to undertake a simple action that can help prevent the development and spread of antibotic resistance

For more information about this campaign, pick up a leaflet at the Practice

 

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Opening Hours

Practice Opening Hours
Monday - Friday
08:00 - 19:00
Saturday - Sunday
Closed
Bank Holidays
Closed

Walk & Wait Clinic
Monday - Friday
08:00 - 10:00
(Registered Paxton Green Patients Only)

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Monday - Friday
08:00 -12:00
14:00 - 18:00

Extended Appointment Hours
by prior appointment only
Monday 18:00 - 20:00
Wednesday 18:00 - 20:00
Saturday 08:00 - 11:00

Telephone

General Enquries & Appointment line:
020 8670 6878

Business Service line:
020 8761 4532

Results Line:
020 8655 9235
Weekdays 11:00-13:00 Only

District Nursing:
020 3049 5754

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Patient fax: 020 8655 9201
Business fax: 020 8655 9202

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Paxton Green Group Practice,
1 Alleyn Park,
London,
SE21 8AU

Where are we?

We are situated by the roundabout at the corner of Gipsy Rd & South Croxted Road SE21, at the bottom of Gipsy Hill, on the far side of the roundabout.

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Antibiotic Awareness Campaign

What is antibiotic resistance?

  • when bacteria adapt and develop a way to protect themselves from being killed by antiobotics
  • bacteria are more likely to develop resistance when antibiotics are overused or not used as prescribed

Why is it a problem?

  • infections caused by antiobotic resistant bacteria are more difficult to treat leading to inscreased levels of disease and death and longer hospital stays
  • operations like bone, heart or bowel surgery, and treatments like chemotherapy all require antibiotics to be successful; if our antibiotics do not work these procedures will become impossible without risk of infection.

What can I do?

  • become an Antibotic Guardian by choosing to pledge to undertake a simple action that can help prevent the development and spread of antibotic resistance

For more information about this campaign, pick up a leaflet at the Practice

Flu Vaccination 2015

FLU VACCINATION 2015

Flu vaccination criteria:

  • Anyone over 65
  • Pregnant women
  • Chronic heart disease
  • Chronic respiratory disease *only those requiring daily preventer medication
  • Chronic renal failure
  • Chronic liver disease
  • Diabetes
  • People with impaired immunity due to disease or treatment
  • People who have had splenectomies
  • Carers
  • Anyone in residential care homes
  • Healthcare workers
  • Poultry workers
  • Patients with a BMI 40+
  • Children aged two, three & four years

Patients who have a booked appointment with a nurse or doctor for a different matter will be offered the flu vaccination then.