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*******Due to extreme pressure being placed on our services we have taken the decision to cancel all routine appointments with immediate effect. If you require urgent medical assistance please contact the surgery and you will be placed on our telephone triage list. *********** 

 COVID-19 (coronavirus)

If you have a:




Everyone in your household must stay at home for 14 days*

Do NOT go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital.

You can ring NHS 111 for information or advice and they will help you decide if you need to contact your GP.

Calling your GP directly is only necessary if you have:

  • an existing health condition
  • problems with your immune system
  • very serious symptoms

If it is a medical emergency and you need to call and ambulance, dial 999 and inform the operator of your symptoms.

If you require a self-isolation note please follow the link below

Self Isolation Note

*For further information and self-isolation advice, visit




blood_pressure2Appointments can be made by phone or in person. If you are expecting to receive results of investigations, please tell the Receptionist on arrival so that these may be obtained for the Doctor

If you are unable to attend your appointment or no longer require it, please let the surgery know as soon as possible.

Rapid Access

We operate a “Rapid Access” system. If you feel you need to be seen urgently or before the next available appointment, please telephone before 10.30 am. You will be phoned by a Doctor or Nurse to be triaged.

If it is decided that you need to be seen that day, you will be invited to a “Rapid Access” slot at 11.15 am. These are very short appointments and are not suitable for conditions requiring a longer appointment.

If you phone after 10:30am, you will be offered a phone call the following day. If you require a more urgent response, you will be added to the Doctors afternoon surgery list for a phone call that afternoon. In an emergency, the Doctor will be interrupted during surgery.

Surgery Access

The Practice has access for wheelchairs and toilet facilities for the disabled. Some consulting rooms are upstairs, but if you are unable to climb the stairs, your Doctor will see you on the ground floor  

Telephoning The Surgery

If you wish to telephone the Surgery for advice or test results, please do so before 10.30 am, and leave a contact no with Reception. You will be phoned back on this number and need to be available to take the call. If your call concerns a test result, please let the receptionist know so that the result can be made available for the Doctor or Nurse who phones you.

If you have an emergency,  doctors will accept calls at any time during surgery.

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