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All travellers who develop relevant symptoms ( for example respiratory symptoms, shortness of breath, cough, fever) however mild, within 14 days of returning or transitioning from mainland China, Thailand, Japan, Republic of Korea, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia or Macau should not attend the practice, but should remain at home and immediately call NHS 111 for advice.

Online Services

To access online services such as ordering a repeat prescription, book a telephone triage appointment and to view parts of your medical record please complete an “Online Access” application form.  Please see the “Online Services” section at the bottom of the home page.

Urgent Care Guide

Repeat Prescriptions
Please click on the “Prescriptions” link at the top of the page for more information.

Sickness Certificates
Please click on the “Sickness Certificates” link in the “Further Information” column on the right of the home page.

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

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.  

Please see the Home page for details about how to register to use online services.

Same day Access

We operate a triage system if you are unwell and need to see a clinician on the same day. When you call the surgery one of our receptionists will ask you for some details, please give as much information as possible as this will ensure that your call is dealt with in the most appropriate manner.  A clinician will telephone you back to discuss your symptoms. If you give us a mobile number check that you are in area where there is a good signal so that we can get through. You may then be asked to come to the surgery. The clinician may want to get some blood or urine tests organised before seeing you or may be able to issue you with a prescription which can be collected from the surgery. Occasionally, you may be asked to phone 999 or to go directly to Accident and Emergency. 

Nurse Appointments

For appointments with the nurse, please book in advance. Please note nursing staff can deal with the following: 

  • Blood Pressure 
  • Asthma Checks and Diabetic Checks 
  • Baby Immunisations 
  • Injections 
  • Contraception 
  • Travel Advice 
  • Simple Medication Review 
  • Routine Smears 
  • Dietary Advice 
  • Well Person Clinic 
  • Heart Disease Prevention 
  • Smoking Cessation 

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