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Welcome to St James & St Osyth Surgery Websitedocbaby

We are a large, well established and friendly practice based in
Clacton-On-Sea with a branch surgery in nearby St Osyth.

This website is used to keep our patients up to date with news and information about the practice, our staff and the services we provide.

We hope you will also use this website as a useful resource for other health-related information.  


 

NEWS RELEASE

 

Essex County Council launches ‘The Sound Doctor’ patient education films for long term conditions

If you or your family would like to access this large film library, please visit www.livewellcampaign.co.uk/sounddr, select your surgery and pop in your postcode - that’s all you have to do!


Health and Wellbeing Day WWW.WELLBEINGDAYIAPT.EVENTTBRIGHT.COM

Supporting Mental Health Awareness week 14th - 18th May 2018

FRIDAY, 18TH MAY 2018 10AM - 3PM

ALBERT EDWARD HALL

LEGERTON DRIVE

CLACTON CO16 8BW

 


Would you like to view our latest CQC Report?

CQC Report 18.10.2016


Please note that North East Essex Clinical Commissioning Group do not commission a minor ailments scheme in this area.

Therefore any requests for Calpol (Paracetamol) or other items for self-treatment at home will not be prescribed.  These items can be purchased from your local pharmacy or supermarket. Please see leaflet below.

 

Thank you for your understanding

Self-care patient leaflet

 


For information on Patient Access please click here:-  

http://www.stjamesandstosythsurgery.co.uk/info.aspx?p=6


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(Site updated 18/05/2018)
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