• New:- PATCHS is an online consultation service that allows you to quickly and easily access GP services.
    Following patient feedback, we have now changed our online provider. You can now use PATCHS to contact your GP online. Answer a few simple questions and PATCHS will get you the help you need. You can access a range of services including GP consultations, health advice and fit notes. You can also request one-off and repeat prescriptions using PATCHS. To access PATCHS, from the home page, click the box which displays ‘Consult with your Doctor online’ and this will automatically take you to the correct link. You will need to register to use the service the first time you access. […]
  • Doctor and Nurse Appointments
    If you require a Doctor’s or nurse appointment, please contact reception to arrange an appointment or fill in an e-Consult form. Doctor’s appointments will initially be a telephone consultation with yourself but should the Doctor and/or yourself feel that a face to face appointment is necessary, then this will be arranged by the Doctor when they speak with you. This will normally take place on the same day as your telephone appointment. Depending on the nature of the appointment with the nurse, this will either be booked in as a face to face appointment or a telephone consultation, reception will […]
  • COVID – 19 Vaccinations
    If you are over 70 years old and have not yet been contacted regarding an invite to receive a COVID-19 vaccination, then please contact reception in order for us to arrange this for you.
  • Patient Participation Group (PPG)
    Our next PPG meeting will be held on Thursday 22nd April 2021 between 12 – 1pm. This will be via a zoom meeting as we are not able to meet in the surgery. If you are interested in joining us, please contact Reception to let them know your name, best contact number and email address. Or alternatively, drop us an email to [email protected] I will then be in touch with you regarding the meeting details. Many Thanks, Sally Fensom, Practice Manager. The Patient Participation Group is made up of patients of the surgery who are working along with the practice to […]
  • Are you a Carer?
    If so, please tell the surgery that you have caring responsibilities as soon as possible in order that we can record this on your medical records. If we know you are a Carer, we know that you are likely to be under pressure at times and will be able to offer more tailored advice and, if necessary, provide more support when the GP diagnoses and treats you in the future.