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Jarvis Medical Practice
 Jarvis Medical Practice

Glodwick Primary Care Centre
137 Glodwick Road
Tel: 0161 622 9220
Fax: 0161 622 9221
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Upcoming Awareness Events in January 2020

Dry January

Established in 2013 by the UK charity Alcohol Concern, DRY JANUARY  is the non profit organisations flagship campaign which has been changing the conversation about alcohol over the past number of years. Taking part in the campaign is a chance to ditch the hangover, reduce the waistline, and save some serious £££ by giving up alcohol for 31 days.



STIQ Day has been launched to get people thinking about their sexual health and encourage more people to get regular sexual health checks. No one likes to think they’ve caught a sexually transmitted infection (STI) but without a test you just can’t be sure.
This year STIQ Day takes place on 14th January, a date chosen because many common STIs such as Chlamydia can take two weeks to be detectable. If your festive season included unprotected sex then you should be thinking about getting tested now. Also with just one month to go before Valentine’s Day anyone hoping to enjoy the celebrations to the full should do so knowing that they are infection free and will not be putting someone else’s sexual health in danger.


Cervical Cancer Prevention Week

Do you know how cervical cancer can be prevented? During Cervical Cancer Prevention Week we want as many people as possible to know how they can reduce their risk of the disease and to educate others.


Sugar Awareness Week

Action on Sugar are pleased to announce that this year’s Sugar Awareness Week will take place from the 20th-26th January 2020. Sugar Awareness Week will be an opportunity to celebrate the success of food industry, government and NGOs’ progress so far, and discuss the future for sugar and calorie reduction and it’s place in the government’s Childhood Obesity Plan.


Young Carers Awareness Day

Each year Carers Trust organises Young Carers Awareness Day. The purpose of the day is to raise public awareness of the challenges faced by young people because of their caring role, and to campaign for greater support for young carers and their needs.


National Bug Busting Day

Why take part on Bug Busting Days? Because informed, united action stops head lice from circulating endlessly. Combing wet, conditioned hair with a Bug Buster comb is a reliable detection method even when very few lice are present. Thoroughly wet lice stay still; dry or damp lice move quickly away from disturbance evading detection. Bug Busting is an educational programme in reliable head louse detection. It delivers the ‘whole school approach’ (National Healthy School Standard).


Please note all patients wanting to order medication online will now need to use the patient access facility.

Please note you will need to obtain a login ID  from reception desk. This access will only be given to patients over the age of 18 and with valid photo identification

Asthma Patients


The practice clinical champions for paediatric

asthma are Dr Abbas and  Nipa Begum(practice

nurse). You can contact them on 0161 622 9220


All of our patients (under 19s) with asthma can expect:

  • Regular reviews on an individual basis (depending on level of control)
  • Longer appointments for asthma reviews
  • Inhaler technique assessment and training
  • A personalised asthma action plan

 Don’t forget to bring all of your asthma inhalers with you to your asthma review appointments!

 Have a look at these useful websites with lots of information about managing your asthma:



Important Notice

                                                         Important Notice  

                                                      Jarvis Medical Practice



Please note that from the 7th December 2015 we will not be accepting requests for repeat prescriptions from pharmanices - any received after this date will not be processed.



Patients and their carers will need to contact the surgery directly to order their medication.  However Pharmacies will still be able to collect and deliver prescriptions.


If you would like to discuss this change please contact our Pharmaceutical co-ordinator on 

                                                            0161 622 9220


If you are looking after a partner, relative or friend who is ill or has a disability, please let us know. We can put you in touch with the Carers Support Office.

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