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Welcome to Morecambe Surgery

We provide comprehensive NHS primary care services to help you manage your health and well-being.

Our aim is to provide a high quality, caring and personal health care service to our whole patient population by:

  • Putting our patients at the centre of what we do
  • Having a highly qualified and trained multi-professional integrated primary Healthcare Team
  • Offering our services in a safe, supportive and suitably equipped environment, using technological advances in healthcare systems for our patient’s benefit.
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"Where can I get contraception?""Which method of contraception suits me?"Whatever questions you have about getting and using contraception, this NHS guide can help. It aims to give practical information to everyone who wants to know more about contraception or who may have a question about the method they use or are thinking about using. You can find out about the different methods available on the NHS, together with where to get them and how to decide which method might work best for you.Visit to find out more about what contraception is available to you#Contraception #SexualHealth #Pregnancy #STI ... See MoreSee Less
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📌 Welcome to Our PCN Facebook Page! Please Read the Rules. 🌟Hi everyone, Welcome to our PCN Facebook page! We're excited to have you join our online community, where we can connect, share important information, and engage in meaningful conversations. To ensure a positive and respectful experience for everyone, we kindly request that you familiarise yourself with the following rules:✅ Be Polite and Respectful: We value kindness and respect in our community. Please remember to use courteous language, refrain from personal attacks, and treat fellow members with empathy and understanding.🙅‍♂️ Protect Your Privacy: While we encourage open discussions, it's important to remember that Facebook is a public platform. Please avoid sharing personal medical information or any details that may compromise your privacy or the privacy of others. If you have specific medical queries, we kindly request you to use appropriate channels.By adhering to these guidelines, we can maintain a safe and supportive environment for everyone in our community. We appreciate your cooperation and understanding in making our Facebook page a valuable resource for health information, PCN updates, and community engagement.Remember, the information shared on this page is for general educational purposes and should not substitute professional medical advice. Always consult with a qualified healthcare provider for specific medical concerns or questions.Thank you for being a part of our PCN Facebook community! We look forward to connecting with you, sharing valuable insights, and fostering a positive environment focused on health and well-being.#communityguidelines #etiquette #WelcomeToOurPage ... See MoreSee Less
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Find out if you're entitled to a free NHS sight test or an optical voucher to reduce the cost of glasses or contact lenses. You can go to most high street opticians to get these tests. If you qualify, you’re entitled to have an NHS-funded eye test every two years. Your optician may recommend more frequent eye tests if you are:- Diabetic- Over 40 with a family history of glaucoma- Over 70- Under 16 and wear glasses- Experiencing particular vision problemsTo find out if you are eligible for free eye tests and NHS optical vouchers, you can visit #FreeEyeTest #Opticians #NationalEyeHealthWeek ... See MoreSee Less
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Organ donation is when one person chooses to give an organ to save or improve the life of someone else. Although the law around organ donation has changed to an opt-out system in many parts of the UK, your family will still be consulted if organ donation is a possibility. Each year, hundreds of opportunities for transplants are missed because families aren't sure what to do. Your family will always be consulted about whether you want to be an organ donor or not, and clinicians will never proceed with organ donation if your family or loved ones object.To find out more about the organ donation, the registration process and much more, visit www.organdonation.nhs.ukFor advice on speaking to your loved ones about organ donation, visit #RegisterYourDecision #OrganDonationFacts ... See MoreSee Less
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Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis are types of inner ear infections that affect your balance. They usually get better on their own within a few weeks. There are things you can do to ease the symptoms.- Lie still in a dark room if you feel very dizzy- Drink plenty of water if you're being sick – it's best to drink little and often- Try to avoid noise and bright lights- Try to get enough sleep – tiredness can make symptoms worse- Start to go for walks outside as soon as possible – it may help to have someone with you to steady you until you become confident- When you're out and about, keep your eyes focused on a fixed object rather than looking around all the timeFor more information on Labyrinthitis and vestibular neuritis and what to do if you think you might have it, go to #VestibularNeuritis #balance ... See MoreSee Less
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Atopic eczema (atopic dermatitis) is the most common form of eczema, a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, dry and cracked. Most eczema treatments are topical (meaning 'applied to the skin'), although for more severe eczema, some people may need to take ‘oral’ (by mouth) medication as well. You may apply moisturiser to the dry skin, but sometimes that is not enough, and there can still be a lot of discomfort. There are plenty of other ways to find relief from eczema and to help prevent flare-ups. For detailed and helpful information on eczema and treatments, visit can also use this website to find out about other types of skin conditions.#Eczema #EczemaTreatment #AtopicalEczema ... See MoreSee Less
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We want to help you get the right medical assistance when you’re ill, injured or have a long term condition. Going directly to the person with the appropriate skills is important. This can help you to a speedier recovery and makes sure all NHS services are run efficiently.


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You will usually need a GP referral, except in an emergency.

Accident & Emergency

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