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FLU VACCINATIONS:  Please click here for further information about this season's flu vaccinations.

BOGUS PHONE CALLS - Alert from NHS England. Please click here for further information.

New facility available to order repeat prescriptions via the telephone.  For further information, please click here.

Training Closures

The Practice will be closed for training on the following afternoons from 1.00 pm until normal closing time at 6.30pm. If you require information on obtaining medical help when we are closed for training, please click here.

Tue 17 October 2017

Tue 19 December 2017

Tue 16 January 2018

Tue 20 February 2018

Tue 20 March 2018

Appointments

ALL CONSULTATIONS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

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The majority of our appointments are ten minutes’ duration. We ask that you try to observe the one appointment, one problem” ethos. We strive to deal with each medical problem to the highest standard and this proves to be impossible if we are asked to deal with a number of problems in one appointment slot.  If you do have more than one problem, please ask for a double appointment.  

Your appointment is for you only.  Please do not ask the doctor to deal with the problems of a child or other relative in the same appointment slot.  Please make a separate appointment for your child/relative if they need to be seen as well.

ROUTINE APPOINTMENTS

To see a doctor of your choice it is advisable to ring in advance.  Routine appointments can be made up to 4 weeks ahead. 

URGENT APPOINTMENTS

Where appropriate, urgent appointments will be offered with the Duty Doctor for that day.

EMERGENCIES

Please give full details to the receptionist and she will contact the Duty Doctor accordingly. If for any reason you are unable to contact the surgery or Doctor and the emergency persists, please ring 999 without delay.

 
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