Please also see our COVID-19 information page
The aim of the practice is to provide the highest possible primary medical care to our practice population, tailored to individual needs. We are committed to ongoing training and working together with patients and other support services. We consider the well-being of the practice team to be essential in achieving these aims.
We understand that people are anxious to be invited for their COVID-19 vaccinations and are working hard to invite people in the priority groups identified by the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisations as quickly as we can. Please help us by not contacting us to ask about your appointment. We will contact you when it is your turn.
We are currently booking patients in COVID Priority Groups 1 through 6, which includes anyone aged 65 and over, or those aged 16 to 65 who have underlying health conditions. Click here to see the full list of priority groups.
For speed, our preferred way of contacting you for your vaccination is by mobile phone. For this reason, please make sure we have up to date contact numbers by using the Change your Details button.
We have recently been advised there is a SCAM circulating saying you are eligible for a COVID vaccine and asking for your bank details. PLEASE DO NOT GIVE OUT YOUR BANK DETAILS. When you are due for vaccination you will be contacted either by us or the NHS, via letter, text, or phone call. You may be asked to confirm your date of birth, but you will NOT be asked for your bank details.
Please contact us if you become unwell or need to speak to a GP. We have online services available for you to Contact us Online where we aim to reply the same working day. Alternatively, use your Patient Access account to book routine appointments, order repeat prescriptions, get up to date health advice, and see a summary of your medical records online at any time of day, without the need to message or phone us.
Our receptionists are answering the phone during our normal opening hours but we are experiencing an increased demand so it may prove difficult to get through. We recommend you use the online services above whenever possible.
For your safety, we are minimising the amount of face to face contact in the practice. Once you have booked an appointment a GP will initially contact you either by phone or by video link to discuss the best option of care for you. Please only attend the practice in person if you are specifically asked to do so. When entering the building, we ask that you use the hand sanitiser, and wear either an IIR Surgical standard mask (not fabric) or a full face visor.
Unfortunately, COVID restrictions mean that most people have to wait longer for their outpatients appointments, hospital tests, and operations. All referrals are graded by the relevant consultant team based on clinical need. If your symptoms have changed or if you are very concerned, please let us know and we will update your referral.
If you need help with a non-urgent medical or admin request, please contact us online.
Use Patient Access to book an appointment, order repeat prescriptions, get up to date health advice, and view your medical record online.
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