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On Thursday 26th May many of our clinical staff at the  practice will be attending an important training event arranged by the Clinical Commissioning Group. There will be a reduced number of appointments available on that day. If you require urgent medical assistance please inform the practice reception. The practice will open as usual at 8.30am the following day.

IMPORTANT PATIENT INFORMATION: Click here for information on Partnership changes happening as of 1st January 2018.

We would like to notify our patients that our reception team will be asking you some brief details regarding your request for an appointment. Please indicate the nature and urgency of your problem so we can help you as efficiently as possible.  This will ensure that you are booked in with the correct healthcare professional and that the quickest route to treatment or advice is taken. Our healthcare team is expanding....You can read  more about this here

We now have a text messaging reminder service available to our patients. Please ensure that we have your mobile number to enable us to contact you this way. You can add or change your mobile number by clicking here.

This GP practice is taking part in an important national project about people at risk of diabetes and diabetes care and treatment in the NHS. The project is called the National Diabetes Audit (NDA). For more information click here.




We are excited to announce eConsult is now available for our Patients!!!

You can eConsult with your own GP/Admin Team at your own convenience and we will get back to you by the end of the next working day. You can also use this service to check symptoms and get advice on which service is most appropriate for your needs.


To try out this service please click here.


receptionSurgeries usually run from 08:45 – 11:00 in the morning and 15:00 – 18:00 in the afternoon although the exact times will vary according to each doctor.  There are clinics and other sessions between these times.

Patients can book an appointment either by phone or in person at the reception.

We have an online booking service via the above link. To register for using this you need to complete a registration form and hand it into our reception along with photo ID (e.g. passport or driving licence). Forms are either available at reception or you can download one by clicking here.

Upon arrival you should 'check-in' at the reception desk.  You will be given a coloured disk with a number.  When the doctor is ready for the next patient his light will flash and a buzzer will sound. You should place your number over the previous one on the display, and go down to the consulting room which is clearly marked in the main corridor.

Extended Hours

The surgery also offers extended opening hours to help those who have difficulty making routine appointments during the normal working week. This facility will be on Monday evenings until 19:30 and from 07:30 on Wednesday mornings. Appointments will normally be with your own doctor, and must be made in advance with our receptionists

Telephone Advice

The doctors try to make themselves available to patients for telephone advice and consulting.  If you have a query please ring the office and the staff will try to accommodate you. Sometimes they may suggest you speak to the nurse or the health visitor, or one of the secretaries. You may be given a time to call back as yours may be one of many enquiries.

Chaperone Policy

All patients have the right to have a chaperone present during examinations, which can either be a patient's friend or family member, or a nurse.  Your doctor may suggest this. Sometimes this will require a separate appointment at a later date.  Our policy is detailed in a notice in the waiting room but if you have any concerns please speak to a receptionist or your doctor.


If you cannot attend an appointment for any reason please inform us as soon as possible in order for us to give the slot to someone else.

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