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INFORMATION  |  Everything you need to know about medical resources in your area

Minor ailment voucher scheme

Minor ailment vouchers are available from reception without the need to see a doctor. Our local pharmacist will give you advice and support on the management of minor ailments and can supply medication free of charge if you are eligible for free prescriptions.

Young children

Young children often have minor health problems that can easily be dealt with at home. It is a good idea to keep a supply of the following things in your medicine cabinet in the event of your child feeling poorly:

  • Thermometer
  • Paracetamol (Calpol)
  • Calamine lotion for itchy skin from rashes
  • Dioralyte sachets

It's very important that all children receive their injections and that parents of babies attend baby care classes and postnatal checks.

What to do if your child has a temperature

Most children will experience a high temperature from time to time. The following procedures can help alleviate the temperature but if the temperature persists or you have any concerns you must seek medical advice:

  • Remove the child’s clothing down to their nappy.
  • Give the correct dose of paracetamol syrup (Calpol) for the child’s age and repeat every 4 hours.
  • Try to cool them down with a fan or a tepid wet sponge.
  • Ensure the temperature of the room they are in is kept down by turning the heating down or off.
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