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PRESCRIPTION REQUESTS

Please be aware that as of 1st October 2020, we will NO LONGER be accepting repeat medication requests over the telephone. We will be reverting back to our usual way of requesting medication prior to Covid-19.

This is mainly due to the easing of Government Covid-19 restrictions. However it is also to potential errors that are caused by confusion with drug name pronunciation and the pressure it puts on the phone lines and staff. click here for more info on how You can request your repeat medication

Flu clinic plan 2020

This year we have to factor in social distancing into our flu vaccination clinics so we are introducing new systems to keep everyone safe. There WILL NOT be any drop in clinics this year and all appointments MUST be in a pre-bookable slot. click here for more info

We are holding weekend clinics on

12th, 13th Sep 2020.

10th, 11th Oct 2020

New Patient Registration

stethescope_1The doctors welcome new patients who live within our practice area.  To become registered as a patient with our practice you must live within the practice area. You should where possible call in to the surgery, bringing with you your NHS medical card.

Once you are accepted as a patient you will be asked to complete a new patient questionnaire giving details of your past medical history and you will be asked to make an appointment to see one of our practice nurses to undergo a new patient check.

At the time of registration you have the right to express a preference to see a particular doctor or other healthcare professional in the practice. We shall try to comply with such preference but it is not always possible to see the doctor or healthcare professional of your choice.

As it often takes sometime for records to be forwarded from your former practice all newly registered patients will be asked to complete a health questionnaire and are offered a consultation with the doctor. 

Medical treatment is available from the date of registration.  Please contact reception for further information.

 
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