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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.

Cancel your appointment - Please help us improve our service by cancelling your appointment via:

  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


GP telephone times are for Non-Urgent telephone advice


There will be a limited number of requests taken on a daily basis for each working doctor. Calls will be taken on a 'first come, first serve' basis.


Numbers will be taken at 10am each day.  There is an extremely high demand for these telephone slots & once all slots have be booked for the day the administration staff may be able to offer you some assistance with your query.  Alternatively you may ring the following day and leave your telephone number at the appropriate time. (Please remember these are non-urgent matters). 


The doctor will return your call up to 1pm that day.  (We would request that you make yourself available for the doctor returning your call).


It may not always be possible to speak to a particular doctor.  However, you will be offered an alternative doctor if one is available.


In order to manage this service efficiently we are unable to take telephone requests in advance.


*We would like to emphasise that these requests are for non-urgent matters.  Requests for urgent medical matters, appointments and house calls must be dealt with via the daily emergency doctor who is available from 8.30am to 10.30am each day.

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