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NHS Cyber attack: the latest! Practice Services will hopefully fully resume service Mon 15th May although there may be delays first thing in the morning.We do ask for your patience while problems are sorted.

 Changes to ordering your Prescription from 8th May 2017. You will no longer be able to ask the pharmacy to order for you but you can still collect via the Electronic Prescribing Service. You will order directly from the Practice and new arrangements will be in place to speed up the process. Have you thought of using online? Further details from reception.

Support for Carers. Carers link here at the practice every first and third Wed. Appointments and Drop in facility .Ring 03456887113 for details.


GP appointments can be booked up to 6 weeks in advance.Please use our text reminding service for appointments.

Cancelling your Appointment
If you are unable to attend an appointment with one of the doctors or nurses, please telephone or use the link at the bottom of this page to cancel your appointment.

Out of Hours
To contact a doctor out of hours ring 01706 253300. Your call will be automatically transferred to an NHS Direct receptionist who will take basic details and then transfer you to a triage nurse. Wherever possible your enquiry will be dealt with over the phone and you will be encouraged to see your own doctor or nurse during normal surgery hours.

Home Visits

home_visitYou may request these by phoning 01706 253300 between Monday - Friday 8.00 - 10.00am.

The doctor or nurse may be able to visit you at home if you are too ill to visit the surgery. If you do require a home visit please telephone us before 10.00 a.m

Requests received after 10.00am should be for urgent problems only. After this time the doctors may be out of the surgery and consequently routine home visits may have to wait until much later.

Please note: home visits are really only for those who are too elderly and frail to come to the surgery, or for those whose illness is so severe they cannot leave the house. Wherever possible, we do ask you to come to the surgery. In the time taken on one home visit the doctor can see four patients at the surgery.  

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