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There will be no GPs at this practice on the 4th October from 12:30 - 6:30pm due to CCG training requirements. If you feel unwell and it is urgent call 111, if it is life threatening call 999, or seek advice from a pharmacist.

Flu vaccination bookings now being taken.
Daytime, evening and Saturday appointments available and ‘walk in clinic’s. Please contact the surgery for more information or to make a booking. Please be advised that there are 2 vaccines this year, one for over 65 and one for under 65. The receptionist will require your age to book you into the correct clinic.

Care Data
The roll-out of NHS England’s patient data sharing scheme is to delayed until the autumn. This is to allow time for a clearer explanation of the scheme. You can read more about Care Data and if you would like to opt out of the scheme you will need to complete the opt-out form. Please return this to the surgery.  

Repeat Prescriptions
Repeats prescriptions can be requested by filling out our online form. First you will need to get a unique user name and password from Reception. For more details click here.

Cancelling Appointment
If you need to cancel your appointment please remember to let us know by telephone or use the cancel form.  

Breast Screening

Breast cancer screening involves testing apparently healthy people for signs that could show that a cancer is developing.


Breast cancer screening uses a test called mammography which involves taking X-rays of the breasts.  Screening can help to find breast cancers early, when they are too small to see of feel.  These tiny breast cancers are usually easier to treat than larger ones.


Each year more than 2 million women have breast cancer screening in the UK. The NHS Breast Screening Programme invites all women aged between 50 and 70 for screening every 3 years. You need to be registered with a GP to receive the invitations. 


In England, the screening programme is currently extending the age range to include women from 47 to 73 years old.



 
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