Westfield Avenue, Earl Shilton, Leicester, LE9 7RT
Telephone: 01455 844431
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|Earache, ear infections||Coughs** and acute chest infections|
|Colds and ‘flu-like illness||Sore throats “tonsillitis”|
|Urinary tract infections||Sinusitis, painful blocked sinuses|
|Conjunctivitis, sticky eye discharge, stye|
**A cough may persist for up to 3-4 weeks AFTER other cold/flu symptoms have gone.
ONLY PATIENTS AGED OVER 8 WILL BE SEEN BY THE NURSE PRACTITIONER
You may be offered a same day appointment with the Nurse Practitioner as an alternative to seeing the doctor. The Nurse Practitioner will assess and examine you, make a diagnosis and provide advice and treatment including provision of a prescription if necessary.
NURSE PRACTITIONERS WORK CLOSELY WITH THE GPs AND LIAISE FREQUENTLY WITH THEM ABOUT YOUR CARE
Please see below for answers to questions you may have.
What if my symptoms change?
The Nurse Practitioner can only make a diagnosis based on the assessment, examination and presenting symptoms at the time of your consultation with them. If your symptoms change afterwards, do contact the surgery again; just as you would if you had seen a doctor.
When should I see a doctor?
You should see the doctor if:-
When should I see the Practice Nurse?
You should see the Practice Nurse if:-
What if I am not sure who I should see?
If you are unsure who you should see please speak to the receptionists who may arrange a telephone consultation with one of the medical team who will be able to advise on your symptoms.
Please Click HERE for a list of minor illness conditions the Nurse Practitioner is able to treat.