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Retirement News - Dear Patients, we are very sad to say farewell to Heather Tovey - Practice Manager who retires on 20th February 2020 from Brickfields Surgery.  She has worked with the surgery for seven years and we wish to thank her for all her hard work, dedication and loyalty.  She plans to still support Practices and Primary Care Networks locally by providing Primary Care Consultancy services. 

Janice Nightingale will be the new Project Manager for Brickfields Surgery as from 21st February 2020.

IMPORTANT Appointment Booking Changes

Notice of retirement of Dr Suzanne Everett

Patient Notice - Brickfields and Kingsway Surgeries new partnership

Information on First Essex South Woodham Ferrers Bus Service

Mental Health

Public Health England launches ‘Every Mind Matters’, the first national NHS mental health campaign.

We don’t need to wait until we are struggling with our mental health; there are lots of things we can do to protect ourselves and prevent problems escalating, just as we do with our physical health.

The new Every Mind Matters campaign encourages adults to be more aware of their mental health and helps them to discover simple steps to look after their mental health and wellbeing.

Every Mind Matters offers a range of useful resources that help spot the signs of common mental health concerns, provides practical self-care tips and guidance and, importantly, explains when to seek further support.

It also has a free NHS-approved online tool on the Every Mind Matters website, which helps people build an action plan to deal with stress and anxiety, boost their mood, improve their sleep and help them feel more in control.

Here in Essex, we have teamed up with Livewell to help share simple steps about how you can look after your mental health.

To learn more about how to look after your mental health and create your own action plan, visit  

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