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COVID Vaccination Programme

The practice will soon be contacting eligible patients to book in for their Covid vaccination. Patients will be contacted in order of clinical need as set by national guidance (see here). In order to keep the phone lines free for people with urgent medical problems please DO NOT contact the surgery about the vaccination until we have asked you to book your appointment. Regular updates will be posted here on the website. If you read that you fall in to a group who have been invited to make an appointment, but you have not been contacted, then you should of course call the practice to let us know.  

If you have been invited to book your COVID vaccine appointment you MUST read the COVID vaccine information available here.

Blood Tests During the Pandemic

The practice continues to offer pre-bookable blood test appointments to all of our patients; these can be booked by calling the practice. During the pandemic we are regrettably unable to offer a walk-in blood clinic as it would not be possible to do this and maintain social distancing. Patients may be able to obtain an earlier appointment by arranging to have their blood taken at an alternative local venue.

These clinics can be booked by calling: 0300 300 1003

Once invited to book your Covid Vaccine, you MUST read the Covid Vaccine Guide below

Covid-19 Vaccination Guide

 

IF YOU ARE BETWEEN 50-64, PLEASE CONTACT THE SURGERY TO BOOK YOUR INFLUENZA VACCINE

PLEASE NOTE, CHRISTMAS EVE AND NEW YEARS EVE WE WILL BE CLOSING AT 4PM. PLEASE ENSURE YOU HAVE ORDERED YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AND THEY ARE COLLECTED BEFORE 4PM

Flu Vaccination Details 2020

PLEASE NOTE OUR PHLEBOTOMY CLINICS AT PRESENT ARE APPOINTMENTS ONLY

AT PRESENT OUR OPEN ACCESS CLINIC HAS BEEN SUSPENDED

NO TRAVEL CONSULTATIONS ARE TO BE BOOKED AT PRESENT, PLEASE CONSULT YOUR NEAREST CLINIC

 

Please note the process for Covid Eye Emergencies Has Changed. Please click the Link Below

Eye Emergencies

You no longer need an appointment for 3 month / annual pill checks

Social Prescribing

Social prescribing is a means of enabling GPs, nurses and other primary care professionals to refer people to a range of local, non-clinical services.  Social prescribing is person-centred. One of the great strengths of social prescribing is the time available to patients to discuss their issues; typical sessions last 30-60 minutes. This length of time combined with the open ended nature of social prescribing has created a source of support that is much needed by the majority of our patients & GP’s,  which can then grow into a holistic care package for patients. More details can be found under the Services Section of our Website

 

Core Opening Hours

Monday to Friday: 8.00am to 6.30pm

Saturday:  Closed

Sunday : Closed

Read more on the Opening Times page

 

111 Service Non-Emergency

111 ServiceUse the NHS 111 service for urgent medical help or advice that is not an emergency. 

Check the Opening Times page first

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Appointments Online

 

If you have an online account you can book appointments online. Read more in our Appointments section of the website.

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Repeat Prescriptions Online

 

If you have an online account you can order repeat prescriptions online. Read more in our Prescriptions section of the website.

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Medical Records Online

 

If you have an online account you can view basic medical information on your record through the online service.  Read more in our Medical Records section of the website.

Friends & Family Test (FFT)

FFT logoIn order for us to improve the services we offer, you may be asked after each appointment with the practice to complete our questionnaire. There are just two questions which will only take a few moments of your time.

BBC News Health

The latest stories from the Health section of the BBC News web site.

A total of 450,136 second doses were received on Friday - with 106,878 first doses also given.
ONS estimates that one-in-350 people in the UK currently have coronavirus
The Home Office says it will benefit 14,000 people, but unions ask why care workers are not included.
Using the Body Mass Index to measure health inspires stigma and should be scrapped, MPs say.
The 57-year-old was diagnosed with a "really rapid, really aggressive" bladder cancer last year.
The drop in England and Wales comes amid efforts to reassure the public about vaccine safety.
We take a look at why these unusual clots happen and when they occur.
A decline in cases has stalled but deaths have not followed the same pattern, scientists say.


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