SURGERY DOORS WILL BE CLOSED BUT WE ARE OPEN: Please only come to the surgery if you have an appointment or have been asked to by a clinician. For all other queries please use online services if you can. This will avoid long waits on the phone.
Click here for further details on Appointments including online consultations.
Covid & Flu information can be assessed here Covid19 & Flu
Click Reception for details of all online services including sick note requests and admin queries.
Found within Our Health Services, Information & Resources page, we also now have dedicated areas for our population groups to include some of our vulnerable patients including those who may have Learning Disabilities
All surgeries up and down the country are working in this way to keep everyone safe – Click NHS GP Access to watch the following NHS videos to support you in understanding how it all works
The NHS has produced helpful guidance about contacting you GP using online services. This video will help you understand how an online consultation can be sent to the surgery and how you may be contacted with the response. It also explains how consultations using video can help whilst you are not able to visit the surgery with hints and tips how to get the best from a video consultation.
Worried about COVID symptoms and would like a test?
This is causing phonelines to become extremely busy
We CANNOT arrange a test or help you to get a test quicker
Please visit the https://www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test to arrange this or contact 119 and NOT the practice
We will be vaccinating our ‘over 75 year old’ population on Thursday 7 January. You are considered one of our highest risk patients if you were to get Covid. Please contact us on 07402404258 if you are over 75. If you are not in this group we will not be able to vaccinate you yet and request that you DO NOT call the surgery for an appointment: We will contact you when we have a date for your vaccination. Parking will be available on Rosslyn Road and if you have a disabled badge you can park temporarily on the double yellow line on Upton Road.
NHS England and Public Health England are urging people to attend routine vaccinations to prevent outbreaks of serious diseases as part of a campaign to encourage people to use their NHS if they need it. Parents, in particular, are being urged to make sure pre-school children attend vaccination appointments, and pregnant women are being advised not to miss out on antenatal vaccinations which protect them and their baby. Click here for information on Childhood Vaccinations