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Young Adults

young people

Are you aged 16-24?

Here is a short guide to help you understand how to access services at the Practice.


IS SOMETHING WORRYING YOU?

CONCERNED YOUR DOCTOR MAY TELL YOUR PARENTS?

We provide a CONFIDENTIAL service to all our patients, including under – 16s.

This means we won’t tell anyone else about your visit without your permission (sometimes called consent)

The only time we ever share information without your consent is if you or someone else could be in danger. We would always talk to you about this first.

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If your parent/guardian has always made and attended Surgery appointments with you, it may be confusing how you can arrange to see a GP or a Nurse yourself.

Do you know.....

How to book an appointment at the surgery?

If you want advice about a health problem you can now complete our online form using eConsult to make an appointment to see the GP. If you want to speak with the doctor urgently, you can ring the surgery to be added to the Triage Clinic that day. The receptionist will ask you for your name and telephone number and the GP will call you back.

How to order a prescription?

If you take regular medication you can order this in the following ways:

  • By calling into the surgery and filling out a prescription request form

  • On-line (you will need to register for on-line services to do this)

  • By posting your request to us.

For safety reasons we cannot take prescriptions over the telephone

Did you know we have a website you can use if you are unsure about any of our services?

You can register for on-line access to book, cancel, view appointments online and receive SMS reminders and messages: http://www.4smc.co.uk/

Download our App

Visit our website http://www.4smc.co.uk/.

Select Repeat Prescriptions, scroll down to the end of the page and you can download the App from here

Parental consent – if you still wish your parent/guardian to have access to your records and speak to a Clinician on your behalf, we need written consent from you

Parental Consent - if you still wish your parent/guardian to speak to a GP/nurse on your behalf we require your consent. Please complete and sign the enclosed consent from and return it to the Surgery which will then enable us to add your parent/guardian’s details to your medical records. 

Resources for Mental Health for Children and Teenagers

Books:

  • The Anxiety Survival Guide for Teens by Jennifer Shannon
  • Starving the Anxiety Gremlin by Kate Collins-Donnelly
  • Teenage Depression – a CBT guide for Parents by Shirley Reynolds and Monika Parkinson
  • Am I depressed and What Can I do About it? By Shirley Reynolds and Monika Parkinson
  • How to talk so Kids Will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk (also do little kids and teens

Websites (anxiety, stress, depression)

Drugs and Alcohol

Eating Disorders

Info for Parents dealing with teen issues

Bereavement Support

Apps

  • Calmhalf (if any self harming)
  • Smilingmind-Mindfulness app
  • SAM: Self help for Anxiety Management
  • Distract (selfharm)
  • Mindshift (anxiety, sleep)
  • Headspace (meditation and mindfulness)
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