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Download the free MJOG app for secure, two-way communication with Lansdowne Surgery.

If you are registered patient with us over the age of 16 and have a smart phone, download the free MJOG app today!

MJOG provides a simple and secure channel for two-way communications between the Practice and you, including:

  • Handy appointment reminders
  • Instant notifications from their GP Practice
  • One-click process for cancelling their appointments
  • Private and secure messaging

MJOG can be downloaded from the App Store, or Google Play. It’s really easy to use and has no hidden messaging costs.

Please ensure that we have your up to date contact details.

 

PSYCHOLOGY/COUNSELLING SERVICE (IAPT)

Wiltshire NHS Psychology & Counselling Service (IAPT) can provide help + support.

Patients can self-refer by ringing (01380) 731335

Here is a link for further information: 

IAPT

REQUESTS FOR GP LETTERS TO HELP WITH HOUSING

We have recently had a letter from Wiltshire Adult Care advising that patients do not need to ask for letters from GPs to support housing claims. If medical information is required, then Adult Care will contact the GP direct (with the patient's consent). 

PHYSIO SELF-REFERRAL & LOW BACK PAIN SERVICE 

Wiltshire NHS Physiotherapy have set up a new service: 'Activate Your Back', which is a course offering an overview of exercises, stretches and information on how to manage back pain. 

Patients can self-refer to this & for physio generally. Click the link for more information.

Activate your Back poster

Self-Referral form - Activate Your Back

Physio self-referral form

VIDEOS - CHRONIC PAIN & CANCER - NEW SERVICE FOR PATIENTS

The Pain Clinic at the Royal United Hospital, Bath have produced some very helpful videos for patients. There is one for patients living with chronic pain and another for patients with cancer.

They can be found by clicking on the following links:

Chronic Pain

Living with Cancer

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