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Health Help Now

The NHS and our local CCGs have worked together to make this handy website which can analyse your symptoms and recommend the right service for you in Buckinghamshire and the surrounding areas.

 bucks.healthhelpnow.nhs.uk

Updated: 6th February 2018

How the GP can support a person with dementia

GPs and GP practice staff (including practice nurses) have an important role in supporting people with dementia and their carers. It is important that people with dementia and carers have regular check-ups with their own doctor (at least once a year). They should see them as soon as possible if they have any concerns about their health. This page looks at the different kinds of support available from a GP for a person with dementia. It also explains how they and their carer can access them.

https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/get-support/help-with-dementia-care/how-gp-can-support-person-dementia

Updated: 10th July 2018

NHS Choices

NHS Choices is the online ‘front door’ to the NHS. It is the country’s biggest health website and gives all the information you need to make choices about your health. You can find information about hospitals, GPs and dentists and urgent care. As well as basic contact details, you can also find feedback from other people about what they think about these services. It’s not just limited to NHS information. You can also find information about other services in your area (often provided by charities) that can help you with conditions from Alzheimers through to weight loss.

nhs.uk

Updated: 6th February 2018

Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC)

The Nursing & Midwifery Council (NMC) is the independent regulator for nurses and midwives in the UK, and nursing associates in England.

If you have concerns about someone registered with the NMC and believe they are not fit to practise you can contact them.

020 7637 7181

The NMC Public Support Service also offers support to any patient, service user, family member, or a member of the public who has raised concerns about a nurse, midwife or nursing associate on their register, that they have decided to investigate.

Updated: 1st April 2019

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