Welcome to Our Practice
When The Surgery Is Closed
If the Surgery is closed and you feel you are unable to wait until we re-open, you can telephone our "out of hours" UC24 ., they can prescribe medication, give you telephone advice and even provide home visits when necessary. Please call them before you decide to go to A&E at the hospital. You can also telephone NHS Direct, a 24-hour nurse-led helpline, for advice and assistance on 0845 4647.
How To See Your Doctor
Telephone Consultations With A Doctor/Nurse
New Government guidelines now state any new persistent cough and/or temperature should not attend the practice and instead self-isolate for 7 days whilst the rest of the household should self-isolate for 14 days.
Please note that most normal services are suspended.
Telephone triage is taking place, if you have a face to face appointment after speaking to a clinician please wear a face covering when you attend the surgery. If you have a baby clinic or midwife appointment these are still booked and we would ask you to wear a face covering. Please order repeat prescriptions through online services when they are due.
Cancelling An Appointment
If you are unable to keep your appointment, please make every effort to cancel it 24 hours in advance so that it may be offered to someone else. Please note that if you are going to be late for an appointment, you may not be seen if you are more than 10 minutes late. Also, if you are late for your appointment you may have to wait to be seen.
Dates the Surgery Will Be Closed at 13:00 for Staff Training
25th May 2023
29th June 2023
27th July 2023
28th September 2023
26th October 2023
30th November 2023
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