Appointments during COVID-19

During the current pandemic, we are not booking routine appointments.  If you need to see a Doctor please contact the surgery and a Doctor will call you back to discuss.  If they feel you need to be seen they will book an appointment for you.  When contacting the surgery please help us by telling the reception staff the reason for your call.  They can then direct you to the most appropriate clinician.


Please note: requests for increased quantities of repeat medication will be declined  

Please order your medication as usual to prevent additional pressure on our community pharmacies.

Please nominate a pharmacy to collect your prescription to avoid coming to the surgery


Due to the current situation with Coronavirus we will not be having any walk in surgeries until further notice.

If you have a cough or a high temperature DO NOT come to the surgery.  Stay at home, self isolate for 7 days and visit for further advice.

Please help us to protect our staff and other patients during this period.


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Home Visits

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If you or a member of your family is unable to come to the surgery because of illness, a home visit may be arranged. It helps if you can phone before 10:00 so that the doctors can plan their rounds. Please explain the problem to the receptionist so that the doctor can arrange to see the most urgent cases first.

Contrary to popular belief, children can be safely brought to the surgery even if they have a high temperature. You will find that taking them out into the cool air often makes them feel better.

Home visits take up to six times longer than a consultation in the surgery. It helps the doctor to see more patients if you can try to come to the surgery.

You can also be visited at home by a community nurse if you are referred by your GP. You should also be visited at home by a health visitor if you have recently had a baby or if you are newly registered with a GP and have a child under five years.

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