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During this difficult time the NHS is under severe pressure, therefore to safeguard you and the welfare of the staff, we will only be taking contact via telephone. You will be given a triage appointment or a specific time to attend practice. Please appreciate our staff are here to help you.

Prescriptions are to be done online or over the telephone and collected from your local nominated pharmacy.

CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION: For any general information and updates on the coronavirus, please visit this site -

If you are concerned that you may have coronavirus or may have come into contact with someone who has, the NHS 111 online service has created coronavirus pages that tell you what you should do based on your particular circumstances. These can be accessed at -

Home Visits

Doctor's bag

Home visits are only made to those who are too ill or disabled to attend the surgery. The Doctor has the right to assess whether consultation should take place and every effort should be made by patients to be seen at the surgery.  Lack of transport in itself is not a reason for a home visit.

  • Please give the receptionist as much information as possible as this helps the doctor assessing your situation.
  • The doctor may ring to discuss the problems so please ensure you have given the correct telephone numbers to the receptionist.
  • Please make sure the doctor can get in when he arrives and to give the correct name and address of the patient.
  • Except for emergencies these should be requested before 11.00am. Please be prepared to give the receptionist a few details, so that the doctors can take into account any degree of urgency when planning their rounds.
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