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JOB VACANCIES!  We are recruiting! Salaried GP(s) - click on our Job Vacancies page for details! 

APPOINTMENTS: "Keep it or cancel it!  Don't waste it!"  Ever wondered why it can be difficult to get an appointment with a GP/Nurse?  Last month, 222 people failed to attend their booked appointment!  This is equal to 37 hours of wasted appointments!!! This is such a waste of NHS time and appointments are in high demand.  PLEASE...if you cannot make your appointment - cancel it! 

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FREE CONDOMS AND LUBE FOR EVERYONE AGED *13-24 LIVING IN NORFOLK!

If you are aged between 16-24 years old, then you are eligible to sign up to the c-card lite scheme to obtain free condoms and lube. 

No need for an appointment - just come into the medical centre and speak to the receptionist about signing up.  Its quick and simple to do - takes less than a minute.  You will just need to verify your age (ID or we can check on our clinical system if you are a patient of ours).

Once we have verified that you are over the age of 16 you will be given a c-card lite card.  Then, all you need to do is; 

- Show your card to reception

- Let the receptionist know which pack of condoms you would like (trim, regular, king or non-latex)

- Reception will then give you a free supply (6 condoms per visit - you can visit as may times as you like)  

Once you have your C-Card, you can also visit any organisation/pharmacy/GP surgery where the C-Card logo is displayed. 

To find out further information about this scheme, visit http://c-card.areyougettingit.com/Default.aspx 


*If you are aged between 13-16 years old, we are not able to sign you to up to the C-Card scheme at the UEA Medical Centre.  You will need to make an appointment and visit a 'registration' point venue to sign up C-Card Are you Getting It 

 
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