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 Hello, we hope all our patients are keeping well in these difficult times.  Currently the Practice is open for telephone triage calls only but should the doctor wish to see you after speaking to you he will ask you to attend the Health Centre at a specific time and alone.   Please do not come late or early - there are no waiting facilities available and you will be asked to queue outside till a member of staff collects you.

Alternatively you may be asked to submit a photograph of rash or lump or tonsillitis either when making telephone appointment or whilst speaking to the doctor.    Video consultations are also starting.

Moira, our Senior Practice Nurse has started her Chronic Disease Management Reviews by telephone and the feedback is encouraging.  Please ensure the Practice has your up-to-date contact details







New Patient Registration

If your are resident within the designated practice area (see location map on the above tab), you can register with the practice.   At busy times, we maybe unable to register new patients and you may be asked come back at a more suitable time.

If you would like to register with the practice then please collect a New Patient Pack from the Health Centre. You will be asked to complete an official NHS registration form for each person or family member registering. You will also be given a new patient medical questionnaire and an ethnicity form, which provides us with basic medical information for the period until your notes reach the practice.

You will be asked to make an initial appointment with the healthcare assistant which must be kept otherwise you will not be accepted as a patient.

It is our policy that patients register with the practice and not with an individual GP. Your medical card will have a doctor's name attached, but this is purely for administrative purposes. You may indicate your preference to see or speak to a particular doctor, but the practice cannot always accommodate these requests as specific doctors may not always be available.

Guide to GP Services

The Royal College of General Practitioners has produced a useful guide for patients about the services on offer at GP Surgeries and how to access them.  You can download the guide below.

pdf A Patient Guide to GP Services

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