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Register online - our lists are open to accept new patients living within our practice area.

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24 hour bookings and prescriptions

Learn about how to access online services such as appointment booking and prescriptions

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Shingles

If your date of birth is between 2/9/1935 - 31/8/1937 and 2/9/1942 - 1/9/1945 then please call the surgery to book in for shingles vaccination

Extra Appointments

NHS England has released a small amount of money to support the winter pressures in general practice locally. This will provide on, on average, about 24 extra appointments on Mondays until the end of February (About a 3% increase during this period). These have to be book on the day appointments and will be released by reception in line with the other book on the day appointments.

Home Visit Requests

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Patients or carers are asked to telephone:

01527 872163

before 10.30am if a home visit is requested that day. Emergency visits only will be arranged after that time.

Requesting a visit will not always mean that a doctor will come and visit. A Doctor or Nurse may telephone you, a district nurse might visit, or you may be invited to attend the surgery where we have better facilities for examination and treatment.

It is rare that anyone under the age of 65 years needs a visit for a new illness. Consequently your care may be delayed if you do not choose to book an appointment at the practice for your urgent problem in the usual way.

Home visits are only available for patients who are housebound because of illness or disability. Unfortunately we are unable to make exceptions due to financial constraints, as regards hiring a taxi, or lack of transport. Seek favours from neighbours, friends and relatives!

 
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