NHS Health Checks for Patients Aged 40 – 74 Years old
Please use the link below for details regarding the Free NHS Health Check to see if you qualify, or ask a member of our team. If you would like to book an appointment please contact our reception team who will be happy to help. Please be aware that you must have your blood test at least one week before you book your appointment for your health check.
Useful Link: Smokefree
NHS Free Smoking Helpline 0800 022 4332
7 days a week. 7am to 11pm. Here to help you!
The NHS have produced “Smoke-free”, a dedicated service to inform everyone of the dangers of smoking, the benefits to giving up and how they can help you kick the habit.
QUIT is the independent charity whose aim is to save lives by helping smokers to stop. Smokers wanting to QUIT should call 0800 00 22 00 or email email@example.com for free, individual, same-day advice from our trained counsellors.
- NHS Stop Smoking Tracker – This desktop application will help you to stop smoking successfully by providing a 30-day course of daily messages, information and tips straight to your computer.
Eating Well & Exercise
You don’t have to spend lots of money to eat well. Watch this video to see dietitian Azmina Govindji explain how you can eat healthily for less.
Useful Links: NHS – Good Food Guide
Information on a healthy diet and ways to make it work for you.
BBC Healthy Living – Nutrition
A good diet is central to overall good health, but which are the best foods to include in your meals, and which ones are best avoided? This section looks at the facts, to help you make realistic, informed choices.
Change for Life
These days, ‘modern life’ can mean that we’re a lot less active. With so many opportunities to watch TV or play computer games, and with so much convenience and fast food available, we don’t move about as much, or eat as well as we used to. Which means that 9 out of 10 kids today could grow up with dangerous amounts of fat in their bodies. This can cause life-threatening diseases like cancer, type 2 diabetes and heart disease – so it’s really important that we do something about it.