Unity Health Local Patient Participation Report March 2014

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Easter 2014 Opening Hours

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Mumps is an infection caused by a type of virus. It is very contagious and spread in saliva, the same way as a cold or flu. This means it can be caught from an infected person coughing, sneezing, etc. It can also be caught from touching infected objects - for example, door handles.
Mumps infection is less common since the introduction of the measles, mumps and rubella (MMR) vaccine in the UK.
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Online Patient Access is now available for all our Patients.

Patients can now access their online accounts to request repeat medication, make/check/cancel appointments, send messages and change their address details.

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Patient Information

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Information that patients at Wenlock Terrace, Hull Road and York Campus may find useful.

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Student Health

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Information that students at York University may find useful.

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Patient Access

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To use our secure online booking system to make appointments, order repeat prescriptions, or contact us with minor queries etc., set up an online Patient Access Account.


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NHS Blood & Organ Donation

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Register as an NHS Organ or Blood Donor.

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Latest News


It has come to the practice’s attention that a spam email from the National Institute of Clinical…

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What is mumps? Mumps is an infection caused by a type of virus called a paramyxovirus. It is very contagious…

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Making an Appointment

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Useful information about how to book an appointment and who you may need to see.

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