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Treating Minor Conditions: Think Pharmacist

Minor conditions are generally not a serious health problem and can be treated with Over The Counter medications available from your local pharmacy.
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Being Admitted to Ipswich Hospital?

Have you packed everything?
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Meet the Team

A guide to who's who at your local GP surgery, what they do and how they can help you
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Patient Guide to Individual Funding Requests

This guide will help you understand more about Individual Funding Requests (IFR).
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You hospital appointment within 2 weeks

Important information about your appointment at the hospital within two weeks
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A Guide to...

Unfortunately our 'A Guide to...' series of booklets are currently out of stock. But they are all available in alternative formats, including webpages here on our website. 

Common Childhood Illnesses 

Online: You can view the interactive online version of the guide

Get the App: You can get the guide as an free App on your phone so it is always handily there when you need it. Available on Google Play for Android and on the App Store for both iPhone and iPad.

Positive Parenting 

Online: You can view the interactive website version of the guide

Health in Later Life

Online: Take a look at the Health in Later Life section of our website or download the PDF version of the guide

 

Is A&E for me...?

Download one of our postcards with advice on alternatives to visiting A&E...

Read more about the school poster competition and see all winning entries here: Poster Competition


Useful leaflets

Find out about your prostate
This Easy-Read book is for men who are 50 or over. This book uses easy words and pictures to explain:
• what is the prostate
• how to spot a problem
• what to do next



Visit Easy Read Online for advice booklets on other minor illnesses

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