Before you come in to the practice, please consider who it is that you need to see. We have a range of clinical, support and community staff who are here to help you.
We have several specialist clinics available including antenatal, diabetes and COPD.
Our normal opening hours are 8am – 6pm Monday to Friday. However, when we are closed there are still a number of options for you, if you require medical attention.
If you have chest pains or severe shortness of breath immediately call 999.
You can contact the practice after 10am on 01738 628234 to get your test results. Results may not be available for 7-10 days depending on the type of test.
If your test was requested by the hospital, they may contact you directly.
You are encouraged to attend the GP or Practice Nurse for a cardiovascular risk assessment for all over 50s; our practice nurses run clinics for patients with heart conditions.
We encourage regular check ups for people with asthma even if it seems under control and have trained staff ready to assess you and offer advice.
How is your inhaler technique?
Our Pharmacists Laura and Alistair have left us. Dr Karen Barr is leaving us on the 15th March 2019 and Dr Fiona Horsfield is leaving us on 21st March 2019. New staff however have arrived and will be joining us. We have a new Practice Nurse Kirsty Mclellan. Returning Pharmacist Tracey Kime-Warren. Finally Dr Paul
We had a very productive day on Wednesday 24th October where we managed to vaccinate over 700 patients with the flu vaccine. This was done without losing any scheduled GP or nurse appointments and was co-ordinated by our friendly admin team. We overcome the obstacle of having 4 different vaccines this year which did mean
As you may know the surgery has had a flood which meant we were closed for a short time this morning, apologies for any inconvenience caused. We are now open and receiving phone calls as normal. Part of the surgery is still to be assessed therefore for safety reasons we are limited and cannot use