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ALERT!  We are experiencing problems with our telephones and this is being addressed urgently. If you are trying to contact us by phone for a non-urgent problem, please try again later.  The problem is building-wide and the service providers have been contacted.  Thank you for your patience.

GREAT NEWS! Our flu vaccine has arrived. Get in touch to either make an appointment or drop in anytime Monday to Friday between 8.15am and 5.45pm if you are eligible for a free NHS flu vaccination and we'll do it for you there and then, no appointment necessary. 

Psychological Wellbeing Service (IAPT) - Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust

Patients with anxiety and depression can self refer to the Psychological Wellbeing Service to help them on their journey to improved mental health and wellbeing.  Click here for information on the Psychological Wellbeing Service


Accident & Emergency

bandaged_armWe work closely with our colleagues at Hinchingbrooke Hospital to ensure that NHS services and funds are used appropriately.  Please only use the A&E department if you have a genuine emergency or accident which cannot be dealt with by the Acorn Surgery doctors.  Unless you have a life-threatening emergency—when you should dial 999— if you need care during normal surgery hours, please contact us first and we will either see you promptly at the surgery or offer appropriate advice. 

Minor injuries Service

If you hurt yourself or have an injury (for example, scald, minor burn, cut, graze, sprain, bruise, bite or sting) you can be treated promptly in the surgery without the need to go to the A&E Department. 


For minor ailments, you may be best treated by a Community Pharmacist who can assist with a broad range of conditions.  Staff at the Acorn Pharmacy will be available to provide help, advice and treatment where necessary.


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