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Flu Vaccinations

If you are eligible for a flu vaccination, please contact the surgery or booking line to book your appointment.

Friends & Family Test

We would appreciate if you would complete our friends and family survey. You can find the leaflets in your GP Surgery. If you would like to leave a comment about the service provided by your Practice you can add your comments onto the NHS choices website. Follow the link and search for your Practice http://www.nhs.uk/service-search/gp/locationsearch/4 

Updating contact details

It is important that your contact details are kept up to date, when booking an appointment you will be asked to confirm your contact information. If you have changed address please visit your Practice and ask for a change of address form, or alternatively fill in the form at the bottom of this screen.

Out of Hours

If the GP surgery is closed and you require medical attention please contact NHS 111 who will be able to give advice and locate the best service for you.

Home VisitsGP Bag

A doctor can have five consultations in the surgery in the time it takes to do a home visit. Please try to phone the surgery before 10:30. When you call the team will initially ask for the details and confirm your contact details. A triage nurse will then contact you to discuss it further.

The criteria for Home Visits:

• Home visits are reserved for patients who are genuinely housebound and who do not leave the house for any reason.  Including those in residential and nursing homes.

• We will visit only if the patient’s clinical condition prevents them from travelling to the surgery and they are deemed to have a medical condition that necessitates an urgent medical opinion.

• Age is not a criterion for a home visit, the criteria applies to both older and younger people.

• Home visits will not be undertaken for social / transport reasons.

• The clinician may refuse to visit the patient and offer an urgent appointment at the surgery if he/she feels that is more appropriate.

 
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