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HomeVisit Requests - Please see our updated section on Home Visits (22/3/16).

Patients at Risk of Acute Renal Failure - People with mild and moderately low kidney function are at greater risk of developing kidney damage during periods of acute illness such as infections caused by flu or gastroenteritis.  Please click here for further information. 

When will my Prescription by ready?  - click here to see when your prescription will be ready for collection from the surgery or nominated pharmacy.

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  1. On-line -  Click   here  
  2. Telephoning  us on 02890864455.
  3. Calling in person at the reception desk
Minor Ailments - Working with our local pharmacy's - Please see Clinics & Services


Minor Ailments Scheme & your local pharmacy

We are currently working with community pharmicies to streamline the service we provide. 

Why wait to see your GP when you can go straight to your local pharmacy?  The pharmacists are trained to deal with a number of minor ailments & you will receive quick, expert advice without unnecessary delays in waiting for a prescription to be processed by your GP. This service is free of charge!

Ailments covered are:

1.  Vaginal Thrush                              6.  Oral Thrush         

2.  Headlice                                       7.  Col d Sores

3.  Mouth ulcers                                 8.  Treadworms

4.  Athlete's foot                                 9.  Groin itch

5.  Diarrhoea                                      10. Ear wax

What will the pharmacist ask?

The pharmacist will ask about:

1.  Your symptoms,                            2.  Other Medication you take         3.  Illnesses you have.

This will help them make an appropriate recommendation for treatment.  In some cases the pharmacist may need to refer you to the GP but in a majority of cases the pharmacist will be able to treat you.

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