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  • Our Patient Group met again on 22nd May 2017.  Please click here to see the minutes of our recent Patient Group meeting.

  • Thinking of going abroad? Please see our Advice for Travellers available here.

  • Have you been diagnosed with osteoporosis? If so you may be interested to attend this event.

  • Click here to find out how you can 'Treat Yourself Better'.

  • Visit this website for advice on what's 'normal' and when to seek advice from a health professional

  • Online services - if you register online to book an appointment, you will only be able to book one appointment.  Please visit the practice with photo ID and we will ensure you are fully registered for the online services.

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Support for Adults, Children and Families

Safeguarding vulnerable adults

All staff at GRMC take their responsibilities to protect more vulnerable patients very seriously.

If you have concerns that anyone you know is in danger of abuse please feel free to discuss this with and member of clinical staff. For further advice on how to take your concerns further please see the following link that will take you to the Bristol City Council website. It details Bristol’s policy on protecting vulnerable adults and gives some pointers as to which agency you should share your concerns with.

http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/safeguarding-vulnerable-adults

Alternatively, the document 'No Secrets in Bristol' provides information on vulnerable adults and their protection.

Support for Families

http://familylives.org.uk/ - this webiste offers support for families facing challenges.

 

First Response

Are you worried about a child or young person?  Do you or your child need some help?

FIRST RESPONSE - 0117 9036444

If you need support with parenting or you think that your child needs some help from children's services in Bristol, you can phone First Response.  Your phone call may result in:

  • Information, advice and guidance being given about services to help families

  • A referral to the Early Help team who can provide support to children, young people and families

  • A safeguarding referral to a social work team

 



 
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