New Appointment Arrangements
Please see the appointments tab for details of new arrangements for extended hours.
Hearing Aid Batteries
We are now able to supply hearing aid batteries for NHS supplied hearing aids at reception. This is a free service. Bring your hearing aid book in with you when you want some.
August Bank Holiday
We are closed on Monday 27th August 2017 and reopen on the Tuesday 28th August 2018.
Please note that we now have a carer's support worker in surgery on every 3rd Tuesday of the month from 11.15am to 12.30pm. No need for an appointment just pop in and see Lorna.
if you do identify yourself as an informal carer for a friend, family member or neighbour please let us know then we can invite you to events for carers and keep in touch with you.
Hay fever preparations
Hay fever time is upon us and this spring and summer hay fever has been particularly bad. NHS England have issued us guidance about not prescribing hay fever preparations for patients. Ask your local community pharmacy about the best options for you rather than ask for an NHS prescription. These preparations can be bought cheaply at supermarkets and discount stores as long as you know which item to buy.
We welcome new patients to the surgery. Registration is easy and you can often see a GP or the nurse very quickly for a new patient check. Pop into surgery with some ID to register. For further information please see the new patient tab above.
Care Quality Commission – Inspection Report
We are now received the report we are 'good' thoughout the inspection areas. We continue to work hard to improve our standards.
It is now possible to book, view and cancel your doctor's appointment online and order repeat medication online.
Before you can start using this online service you need to obtain a user name and log in from Reception. Once they have given you a printout containing these details you can book an appointment by clicking on the links on the relevant pages, this will then re-direct you to the SystmOne online service.
Named Accountable GP
Dr Azim Khan is the named accountable GP but of course patients can see any of our other GPs.
Over the counter Medicines (March 2017)
The local Clinical Commissioning Group has asked local surgeries to ask patients if they might be prepared to buy over the counter medicines such as simple painkillers or items easily and cheaply bought at the pharmacy rather than having them on a prescription. Your GP may ask you about this at a consultation if the GP feels that this might work for you.
New Practice Manager
Ruth Cutler is the new practice manager and works 4 morning a week, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings.